1:30 p.m. - Nov 12, 2022 - Finding German Records Using FamilySearch by Dana PalmerZoom and In-person at Community Room 2-B, Dayton Metro Library, 215 E. Third Street, downtown Dayton. Many German records can be found on FamilySearch. Come learn how to find and unlock those treasures and connect your family.
Michael John Neill presents “What is Unwritten” - Many documents provide the proverbial tip of the proverbial iceberg. It is up to the genealogist to uncover what lies underneath. Usually, the real story is not told within the document itself. And a good sleuth draws a series of logical connections between genealogical evidence and historical […]
The theme for the conference is “What Brought Them Here 1803–2023”. Attendees can also reserve their hotel accommodations using the following link: https://book.passkey.com/e/50380143 and get their room rate of $150.00 per night plus tax on available rooms in the room block, or attendees can call the following number: 877-525-2427 (please anticipate long wait times). Attendees […]
Meeting of the Firelands Genealogical Society at 7 PM in the Laning-Young Research Center, 9 Case Avenue, Norwalk. The Sandusky, Norwalk, and Mansfield Electric Railway is the main topic, but the routes west to Fremont and north to Ceylon Junction will also be covered, along with the Cleveland Southwestern coming into Norwalk from Elyria. The […]
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Ohio Genealogical Society Writing Contests
OGN Contest 1 July – 30 September
OGSQ Contest 1 September – 31 December
OGS is sponsoring its genealogical writing contest to reward amateur and professional genealogical authorship and to help fill the pages of its renowned journals with articles.
Prizes range from $25 – $100. Full Writing Contest Details