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Rhodesia/Zimbabwe - Found Records ...

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Please use this project to make a note of records that you come across for Rhodesian/Zimbabwean people which can in time link to individuals who as yet do not have established family trees on GENi.

The object of the project is to record information which may otherwise not be available to researchers.

See also

  1. Sundry Found Records - arranged alphabetically by birth-name.

These records can be of any nature. In time these can be linked to profiles added to GENI with small trees and removed from the list. It will be necessary to split the project as necessary as the list becomes too cumbersome.

  1. Documents for these can be either added to this project or a link added to where they can be viewed. Please add links to the GENi document so that they can be easily located.

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Sundry Found Records

Please remove entries from this list once Geni Profiles have been established for the people involved, linking those profiles to this project

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References, Resources and Further Reading

  • Go to familysearch.org.
  • Go to search. (Do not go to record collections because you will be taken to the one for the United States, with all the States.)
  • Go to the bottom of the search window and find 'All Public Connections'
  • Go to 'Africa' - its on the left hand side
  • Scroll down to Zimbabwe.

There are two. One is alphabetical (semi alpha as they are still working on it) The alpha Index does give reference numbers but they are not always correct, and not always filed where they should be. The files are in date order sequence.