Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Introduction to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Sacramental Records on Findmypast

Hamilton County Genealogical Society presents:

Introduction to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati 
Sacramental Records on Findmypast, by Julie Ross 

Date: Saturday, September 28

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Symmes Township Library, 11850 Enyart Rd, Loveland, OH 45140 (map)


Capacity: Seating is limited to 75 people. 

Parking: Please park in the elementary school parking lot next door to the library. The library has a small parking lot which is reserved for regular library patrons. 

Genealogists have waited a long time for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Sacramental records to be available online. Earlier this year, Findmypast (FMP) released transcriptions of some digitized records on their website. Images are now available too. 

Julie Ross has volunteered at The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Archives for years, fulfilling hundreds of genealogy research requests. Julie has been very successful in finding elusive ancestors and is the perfect person to teach us how to navigate this new record set on FMP. Julie will do a live demonstration on how to find Catholic baptism, marriage, and burial records for Southwest Ohio families on FMP. She will also discuss tips, tricks, limitations and work-arounds. FMP subscribers, bring your laptops/tablets for hands-on practice. For non-FMP subscribers, you may wish to take advantage of FMP’s free 14-day trial at to participate with your device during the program.
We hope you join us on September 28 for what promises to be very helpful instruction. Reserve your spot today! 


  1. Sounds like a great opportunity! Any chance the class will ever be either live streamed or maybe posted on line? I live out of town but would be very interested in attending (either virtually or in person).

  2. Yes!!! I would be very interested in that as well

  3. I am sorry to say that this talk will not be taped or live-streamed.


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