Write a memory or several memories of going Trick or Treatin’ when you were a child. If the memory is a good one & your children or grandchildren are small, share the memory with them. NOW!
If the memory is not so wonderful, write it anyway and share with your children or older grandchildren.
For A Genealogy Halloween Story example, click on the Read More…
NEAGS Meeting: Saturday, Oct 11th 1:30 pm
Speaker: Betty Sue McElroy
Subject: 1813 When Andrew Jackson & Davy Crockett came to Alabama & how they helped open Alabama for our ancestors.
Meeting will be held at the Nichols Memorial Library, 1 Cabot Ave, Gadsden, AL.
Map to Nichols Libary
Speaker: Jim Anderson.
Topic: The Loose Records Web Index Project & Its Relationship to Family Search.
Time: 1:30 pm
Location: Nichols Library, 1 Cabot Ave. Gadsden AL. Map to Nichols Library
Mr. Anderson is the webmaster for the Alabama Genealogical Society (AGS) & supports the society in other technology matters. He is also an interim co-editor with Jyl Hardy of the society’s magazine. Click “read more” to read Mr. Anderson’s biography.
Vital Records are so important in genealogical research. It helps to know when the state began to
require record Birth, Marriage, and Death to be recorded. Be aware that a death record does NOT mean that death certificate was required or recorded.
In Alabama, the years are:
|Birth – 1908|||||Marriage – 1936|||||Death – 1908|
~ Source: Vital Records Chart.
Note that the chart lists ALL of the United States.
You *STILL* have time. I know of at least one of our NEAGS members who has traced (and documented) her ancestors to Jamestown. Current articles on the Internet are focusing on the political buzzwords “global warming” because the U.S. Interior Secretary visited the Island. The island was hit by hurricane force winds several years ago. Articles state the island could be flooded (over time due to rising seas). None state how much or how fast. See the Historic Jamestown site for what to see on a visit as well as its history.
~~ At Nichols Library today we were assisting someone in newspaper research and in doing so I stumbled upon a new site. Well, actually the site is *not* new. It is just new to me.
The site is Newspaper Abstracts and covers not only the United States but other countries as well.