Location: Community Room
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The definition of “Genealogy” is “a line of descent traced continuously from an ancestor.” During this program, Reed Durand, genealogist since 1973, will teach family tree search processes through search examples, anecdotes, and stories of his own stumbles and successes. These directions and tips for searching your family tree while avoiding roadblocks will benefit hobbyists interested in the search for family history.
Some topics to be covered include:
- Where to Start
- The organization and protection of your search process
- Understanding the usefulness of your information, and proper documentation
- Common errors and roadblocks
- Where to go next – Online and on location
- Key resources
Registration is not open for this event.