Uncover your Family History

May 28, 2009 at 1:03 am 1 comment

Genealogy at Family ReunionsDo you know your family history?
Sharing Family History

Saturday, June 6, 2009 @ 10:00 AM
Family History Center, Cherry Hill, NJ                                                                                        

A family reunion without family history is just a picnic.  Learn how to uncover your family history using traditional genealogical sources.  Then learn fun ways to tell your story, at your reunion.

(After the workshop,  I will be available to those who want to learn how to use the Family History Center to research their ancestors.)

Next: Genealogical Computing: Advance Your Research with Technology – Saturday, July 18,  2009, 10 AM

Location:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
252 Evesham Road
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
www.southjerseyfamilyhistory.org (view the full workshop schedule)
Email: nj_cherryhill@ldsmail.net
Tele: (856) 795-8841

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