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The presentation (4/17) by Jacquie Beveridge on Lineage Societies was an informative one, revealing many new resources to utilize for our research. There was good participation by those present, and an interest for resource links. As such, Jacquie has made … Continue reading
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 Bromley Room 7:00 p.m. Public is invited! The featured presentation will be on Lineage Societies by Jacquie Beveridge. A refreshment break will follow the presentation prior to a members’ business meeting.
LINEAGE SOCIETIES Vice President Jacquie Beverage will inform us about lineage societies and how to join one (or more) at the next SGS meeting on April 17th. The categories of lineage societies include Military, Pioneer and First Families, and Occupational … Continue reading
Another Look at Ancestry.com’s ThruLines Roberta Estes ‘dissects’ Ancestry’s new feature to shed some light on: “What does ThruLines Do?”, and “How Is It Suppose To Help Us”. View the article from her DNAeXplained site HERE. Lost Photos Mystery Solved Member … Continue reading
Robert Lee Heilman at the Library 3/16 Attend a presentation by Myrtle Creek author Robert Lee Heilman on Sat., March 16th, at 1 pm, as he discusses and reads from his book Children of Death. Growing up in a family in … Continue reading
The February 20th SGS meeting will feature a presentation by Kevin Mittge, who will share information on how to best access and utilize resources at the Library of Congress (LOC). The LOC has one of the world’s premier genealogy collections … Continue reading