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A native or resident angel of Suffolk, Massachusetts is also called Angelina. And depending on which side of the channel you are on, either Lindsay or Jones may be your closest match. You can see all three seasons of” CSI” on CBS this year, along with the two seasons of “The Mentalist.” But you may want to skip either one and go straight to “Angelina and Associates.” If you have not seen either show, what are you waiting for?
There are 3,300 census records for the name Angelofsky alone. You can view them by county, state, and sometimes even town. In addition to looking up the family tree, you can see where they lived, where they married, where they went to school, how many children they had, and other vital information. Like a window into their daily life, Angelofsky Census records can tell you everything from how many kids they had to how old they were when they got married, how much money they made, how many times they moved, and where they settled down.
For example, did they live in Suffolk County, in the southwest region near Boston or in the northeast, in the center? How about in the city or on the outskirts, like Attleboro or Attucks? Once you click on an Angelofsky record, you get some basic personal information like the family members and who they married, where they lived, how long they lived there, how old they are now, and where they died. But you can also look up other information, such as whether they are still married, how long they have been divorced, how many children they have and where they were born.
The other useful feature you can look up when you are doing an Angelofsky record search is where the family wound up after they left home. Some were never really located and lost, while others ended up in a concentration camp, a labour camp or even worse, a prison. You can find out exactly where they wound up if you know where to look.
By the way, the site doesn’t just provide information about where people were once. It offers the opportunity to find out where they are now. It offers a “Where Are They?” tab to let you punch in a name to find their location. If you don’t know what it looks like, you can find it beside their birth record. There’s even a map.
As I said, this site is excellent for anyone searching for their family history. If you want to learn more about your family roots, find birth records, death records and more, this is a great place to start. You can even search for other types of records, such as marriage licenses and criminal records. All of these records are kept by the state and are archived at the local county courthouse, so all of the information you receive will be current.