Copenhagen: Locating Family in the CityEdit This Page
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Big City research is often the most difficult to do, no matter where you are in the world. Copenhagen is no exception. Research generally involves identifying in what part of the city a particular family lived and where the family moved from time to time. To find the family in census or church records, it is best if you know the street address. The street address can be obtained through sources such as directories, police censuses, civil registration documents, elderly care records, tax records, and so much more.
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