Saturday, Sept 22 at 1:00 p.m. Mapping Your Ancestors’ Religion The Exodus of the English Puritans led to the settlement of Massachusetts and the New England area. Church history and political affiliations can help you find your earliest ancestors in their community. While the types of records available vary, the baptismal or christening, confirmation, marriage, death registers, and membership records are often among the most valuable used in family history research.
This series will take you step-by-step through the arduous paper trail from gathering documents to locating your ancestors from Georgia to New England and beyond. This includes using Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.org, and free sites to access vital records, passenger lists, church records, and connect with your DNA cousins.
Join our FB virtual genealogy hike of the Appalachian Trail as we follow Chip Dennison on his 2,200-mile trek from Georgia to Maine. We support his personal campaign is to raise money for the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.
Free and Open to the Public Meet at Post Falls Library 821 N Spokane St, Post Falls