Tuesday, October 9, 2018

"Researching Your Early Hamilton County Ancestors" Now Online

If you missed last Saturday's "Ask the Experts" Day day at the Main Library, you missed Jeff Herbert's talk on researching your early Hamilton County Ancestors pre-1850. Luckily, we were able to record the talk and it is now online at our website. You can access it under our "Videos" tab or by clicking on this link: Researching Your Early Hamilton County Ancestors.

If you think you've checked out every available source to research your ancestor and come up empty, Jeff presents us with a list of local resources, including some that you may not have considered. Each of these areas are discussed in detail.

In the Members Only section of the website, you can view a second video on "What's New in German Genealogy." This talk was first given at the Kolping Society in March, 2018 and was repeated last Saturday at the library. Jeff discusses nine useful websites for those interested in German genealogy, including three specific to the Oldenburg region in northwest Germany. 

As we prepare for cooler weather, you may want to make your research plans with these resources in mind. 

Submitted by Kathy Reed

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