Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is a case study about John D. Isenhour and surnames that can be challenging to research. The surname Eisenhower was challenging to research because of the various spellings and eventual anglicization of the name by our branch of the family. We discuss John D. Isenhour’s migration from Pennsylvania to North Carolina to Missouri, using tax and land records to learn more, and understanding the community he migrated with.
Anglicizing a Name and Discovering a Migration Path: John D. Isenhour (1778-1844) by Diana at Family Locket
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