Learn what to do after you’ve found your ancestors in a census report. Explore some sources you might consult after finding ancestors in the Federal Population Schedule Census Reports.
This month’s speaker is Seema-Jayne Kenney of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, owner of a family research business called MassResearchers. Seema-Jayne Kenney is a wife, mother, and entrepreneur. She started exploring her family history when still in High School. Her family roots go deep into Colonial New England, especially in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Maine. She is a member of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists and the New England Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists and received a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University in 2010. Meetings are free and open to all ages and all skill levels.
Mike Maglio, genealogist and Head Hunter at Origin Hunters, returns to the Southborough Library’s Genealogy Club on Thursday evening, January 24, at 7:00 p.m. to explore methods old and new for finding relatives – this time, those long-lost living ones. Genealogy Club meetings are free and open to all ages and all skill levels. Bring a friend or cousin.
Nancy Prince, of Framingham, will visit the Genealogy Club this Thursday, November 15, at 7:00 p.m. and talk about what life was like growing up with parents who were amateur genealogists: what I wish I knew then! Ms. Prince’s parents also researched the Bush family history (of Presidents 41 and 43), and may share some of that research with the group. Genealogy Club meetings are open to all ages and all skill levels.