Saturday, January 19, 2013

CORRECTED DATES: Time Sensitive: Beginning Genealogy Classes at Sacramento FamilySearch Library

The Sacramento FamilySearch Library announced that Glenda Gardner Lloyd, charter member, past president and current Parliamentarian for Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society, will teach a series of four beginning Genealogy classes at the Library.

REGISTER TODAY! CLASS SIZE LIMITED TO 12.  Contact the Sacramento FamilySearch Library at (916) 487-2090

Class 1: February 5, 2013, 10-11am - How to get started - charts that include ancestor charts and family group sheets. These serve as the road map for your genealogical journey. You'll learn how to record the information and keep track of where you have searched as well as how to document your sources.

Class 2: February 12, 2013, 10-11am - Vital records include birth, marriage, death and divorce. These records form the foundation of your research. You'll learn different sources for locating this information.

Class 3: February 19, 2013, 10-11am - Census records are the backbone of American genealogy. They give you a snapshot of the family every 10 years. These records place the family in a location for searching other records.

Class 4: February 26, 2013, 10-11am - Getting organized is the dream of every genealogist. This is an organizational system that allows you to locate any record within 2 minutes.

Source: email from the Sacramento FamilySearch Library
Posted by Denise H. Richmond

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