In Case You Haven't Heard . . .
Family History Microfilm Discontinuation takes effect September 1, 2017. The last day to order microfilm from the Family History Library is August 31, 2017.
The Official Announcement from the LDS Church can be read here.
The Day of Genealogy will return in 2018! As soon as we have confirmed the date and location we will post the information here and on Facebook. Stay tuned and know we are working hard to book an outstanding speaker for that date. In the previous years, we have learned from Judy G. Russell, John Colletta, and Blaine Bettinger. WHO WILL SPEAK IN 2018?
New Members and current members can now join and renew online. See Join Now and Membership Renewal Tabs on the left.
Check out the Photo Tab. A photo of the Hollywood School Body in 1928 has been posted with names of those in the picture.
Oct 22nd, 2012 the Arlington National Cemetery announced a new interactive database.
Click here to read more about this wonderful resource for families and genealogist.
Using Archives: A Guide to Effective Research
by Laura Schmidt
Click on the image above to launch this
free downloadable publication on using archives.
Presentations were made at each elementry school.
The St. Mary's County Genealogical Society agreed to underwrite the cost of one Washington portrait. A number of local schools were given portraits from a large financial grant received by the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association. Other schools were sponsored by donations from private individuals. The St. Mary's County Genealogical Society is the first community organization to sponsor a school. We were there when the Sons of the American Revolution presented the portrait to principal Jeffrey D. DiRenzo and several of the photos from the presentaion can be viewed here. Presentation photos.
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