Mar 26 2022


9:00 am - 12:00 pm

A Trio of Family History Projects

Wondering how best to share your family history research? Sometimes short projects are best. Easier to create than a 300-year family tree, they are also easier to explain to people who may not share your genealogy obsession. While your niece or grand-nephew may not care about the name of the village where your distant ancestor lived, or even the name of your great-great-grandmother, they might be interested in a prized family recipe, the impact of historic events on a grandfather’s decisions, or a surprising fact about an ancestor found in an ancient cemetery. Spend the morning with Doris Green exploring these manageable projects in three mini-sessions:

  • Creating Family Heirloom Recipe Books
  • Building Useful Ancestor Timelines
  • Researching Cemetery Research