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Searching Daughters of the American Revolution databases is free to public DAR’s online database free to public

The Daughters of the American Revolution has been digitizing collected materials, and now the public can search DAR databases for free.

BY SHARON BURNS Published: April 18, 2011
The images are available only at the DAR Seimes Technology Center Library.

Resources. This section contains two online card indexes — the Revolutionary Pension Extract and Analytical Index.

A more detailed description of the databases and their content is available on the DAR website.

Genealogy notes

The Edmond Genealogical Society will meet at 6 tonight at the Edmond Historical Museum, 431 S Boulevard, Edmond. Wayne Lord and James Creezy, University of Central Oklahoma Forensic Institute professors, will speak on “Forensic Genealogy — Molecular and Anthropologic Approaches.” For more information, call Ruth Oneson at 209-6666.

The Southwest Genealogical Society will meet at 7 tonight at the Lawton Public Library, 110 SW 4, Lawton. Courthouse records researcher Linda Mann will discuss how to plan a records search. She will also provide guidelines on how to research old circuit and superior court records, marriage records, probates and wills, cemetery records, land records and tax records. For more information, email Juanita Boyce at

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