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Water Your Family Tree: Spring Genealogy Series
A Series of Six Classes for Successful Genealogy Research
Classes meet from 3:00 to 5:00 PM each Tuesday from April 1st through May 6th at the Central Library in the Computer Lab on the 4th Floor. Sign up for any class or the entire series.
To register, click on the date(s) below or call (859) 231-5500.
Denise Shanks, Lexington Public Library: Recording Family History
This first of six genealogy classes will discuss ways to record those family facts on paper and with electronic media.
Walter Bowman, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives: Pre-1849 Kentucky Court Records
Unlock the history & secrets held in Kentucky Court Records created before 1849.
Pamela Brinegar, Certified Genealogist: Research Female Ancestors
Strategies to discover those elusive ladies in your family.
Doug Boyd, University of Kentucky Nunn Center for Oral History: Collect Oral Histories
Learn how to conduct and save oral histories for your family research.
Kary Stackelbeck, Kentucky Heritage Council: Preserving Cemeteries
Headstones & cemeteries are fragile resources for genealogists.
Sharyn Mitchell, Berea College: Berea Connections
Open African American treasures as Berea's registers & photo archives dating from the 1860s aid searches for early educated Blacks in Kentucky & the South.