- Land granted by the Colonial and federal governments as a reward for military service. Bounty-land warrants—documents granting the right to the land—were assigned to soldiers, their heirs and other individuals.
- Relatives who aren’t in your direct line, such as siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins.
- a threadlike strand of DNA that carries genes and transmits hereditary information.
- A type of relative who aren’t in your direct line, such as siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins.
- DNA inherited equally from mother and father. It’s less useful genealogically than Y-DNA and mtDNA
- A claim placed on property by a person who is owed money.
- This term used to refer to all interest paid, not just illegally high interest as it does today.