Dear Genealogy Day Attendees: All of you are amazing! Jose and I were reading through the comments from your cards and survey forms, and we are so happy that you all enjoyed the program! My deepest thanks to everyone who took the time to give us your thoughts and feedback. My apologies for the microphone… Continue reading Thanks For An Excellent Genealogy Day!
What does Jennifer Holik do when she’s not preparing for Genealogy Day? Answer: She writes genealogy books. Yes, she’s published a group of how-to ebooks on Amazon, a non-fiction a World War II account entitled To Soar with the Tigers and has now tackled the most intriguing market of all: genealogy for children. Holik’s Branching… Continue reading Genealogy for Kids and Free Beginning Genealogy Classes – Motivation Monday
Dear Genealogists, Love is in the air, online, and just a click away. No, I’m not talking about e-Harmony. I’m too busy falling in love with the free 1930 census records on Ancestry.com! From February 16 to 2o, Ancestry is opening its 1930 census online for free. You’ll find out more about your ancestors as… Continue reading In Love with Free Online Genealogy Goodies – Follow Friday
What do you have to lose? Make a resolution to attend more Fountaindale Public Library Genealogy Club programs! We have three great speakers ready to help motivate you to success! The FPLD Genealogy Club meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m in Meeting Room A of the Fountaindale Public Library. UPCOMING… Continue reading Be There or Be Square: FPLD Genealogy Club Speaker Schedule updated! – Motivation Monday
During last night’s Genealogy Club meeting, our speaker Steve Szabados gave me a new Irish genealogy website to preview: http://www.findmypast.ie. I’m a very big fan of findmypast.co.uk, which is a genealogy website for England, Wales, and the Isle of Man. I’ve often referred patrons and genealogy researchers to this website for the free 14-day trial,… Continue reading Szabados gives tip on Find My Past Ireland, Holik-Urban publishes meeting review, and Bockman chronicles genealogy trip to France