04 April 2024

Unveiling the Power of Court Records: Judy Russell's Expert Session at the NGS 2024 Virtual Family History Conference

F102 Courting America: Using Court Records for Genealogy

May 17, 2024

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

Need to fill gaps in your family narrative? Look no further! Court records are a powerful tool, capable of shedding light on crucial details about our relatives and the communities they were a part of. Join us on 17 May 2024 for an unmissable conference session titled "Courting America: Using Court Records for Genealogy," hosted by the esteemed genealogist Judy Russell, JD, CG, CGL.


When it comes to piecing together our family history, court records play a vital role. These precious documents not only document family relationships but also capture significant life events and provide intriguing glimpses into the social fabric of the time. From wills and probate records to land deeds and civil suits, court records offer an invaluable treasure trove of information waiting to be explored. They act as a passport to the past, enabling us to unravel hidden stories and bring our ancestors to life.


Prepare to be inspired by Judy Russell. With a wealth of knowledge and expertise in genealogy research and the law, Judy has dedicated her career to unlocking the mysteries of the past. Her unique insights and experiences in using court records for genealogical purposes are sure to leave you captivated and eager to delve deeper into this exciting field. Get ready to learn from one of the best!


Register for the conference today.