If you're interested in researching your family history, there are many online resources available to begin your search (and a lot of them are free!).  Use the attached worksheet to document your progress!


Genealogy Connect: Did I Get Everything? Creating a Checklist for Genealogy Research

Join us on Thursday, January 21 at 10:00 AM as nationally known genealogist Thomas MacEntee presents "Did I Get Everything? Creating a Checklist for Genealogy Research".  This will be a virtual meeting via Zoom.  Registration required and will begin December 22, 2020. 

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Google Resources and Search Tips for Genealogy With Katherine R. Willson

Learn more about your family history by just using Google!  Join us as we welcome expert genealogist Katherine R. Willson as she demonstrates how to utilize Google's research capabilities including Google Alerts, Google Books, Google Maps, Google Scholar, Google Translation, Google Images and more.  No registration required.

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Murder Will Out November 2012

Have you missed these recent additions to some of your favorite series?

A whispering of spies
by Rosemary Rowe

Dead man's tunnel by Sheldon Russell

Driven by James Sallis

Father unknown by Fay Sampson

Counterfeit road: a Ben Raveneau thriller by Kirk Russel

Discover Your Unique Family History!

Ancestry Library Edition makes searching for your family history much easier. The new version features search forms with an improved look and feel; location filters that allow searching across adjacent counties; map filters; name filters with Soundex; improved country and state pages. Give it a try if you are looking for U.S., U.K., and Canadian census and vital records, immigration and passport records, periodicals, books, photos and more.

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