Trends Change. Actual Images of Wills are Truer than Abstracted RecordsDuring the 1940s, Rich's in downtown Atlanta had only one solid means of advertisement, and that was the Atlanta Journal. But things changed and now the trend is to shop over the internet. Likewise, genealogy is growing in this medium. It used to be that old wills and estate were transcripted (into books) and published. It was a simplier means of reading the records, rather than digging through old documents. But now the tedious and almost impossible task of locating old documents and reading them is becoming easier. They are beind digitized online. On South Carolina Pioneers, an easy name index provides . . . more . . .
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