SCHEDULED MEETINGS AND EVENTS FOR 2020
Notes And Handouts From Previous Speakers
As a courtesy to our members We will include the highlights from our monthly speakers presentations along with any printed information they give us. (NOT ALL DO THIS) So that those who were not able to attend can have the same benefits of local members
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Abrams Foundation Family History Seminar
2020 ROOTSTECH VIDEO
"Finding Your Elusive Female Ancestors"by Julie Stoddard
Discussion with Debra Sheets
We welcome Debra back after her winter hiatus to Georgia. She has gone through a PLETHORA of Rootstech Videos to single out one that she thought would be especially beneficial to our local Society.
COME SEE WHAT SHE HAS FOUND!!!
Next meeting :
1415 N CENTER AVE
SAGINAW, MI 48638
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THE 'MEMBERS ONLY' PAGE FOR THE ARCHIVES OF THE TIMBERTOWN LOG ARE OFFICIALLY COMPLETED TO
DATE (yeah!) IF YOU HAVE MISSED ONE OF THE NEWSLETTERS YOU CAN NOW ACCESS THEM ALL
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Notes From our last timbertown log
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MICHIGAN GENEALOGICAL COUNCIL NEWSLETTER
Michiganology.org is going to be the Archives of Michigan go-to place for digital content. Non digital content, such as county and subject guides, will move to the Michigan.gov/mhc website.
The 1944 death certificate images are in the process of being uploaded. The date search function will NOT find records on the last date entered in the search box. It is important to remember to include a range of dates when searching.
Example: Looking for a 5 January 1932 death certificate.
Enter: 4 January 1932 -6 January 1932 for dates.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION...
THE FLAG OF IRELAND AND ITS MEANING
by Borgna Brunner
Rarely has a flag possessed such lasting relevance as that of the "Tricolour," the national flag of the Republic of Ireland. Its three equal stripes illustrate the Irish political landscape as accurately today as in 1848, the year the flag was first unfurled.
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Cabbage might be the family's least favorite part of St. Patrick's Day dinner, and there are probably a few people you know who give it a miss altogether. If you want to get everyone enjoying their sides, take a page out of the traditional Irish recipe book and try Colcannon instead!
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MILITARY HISTORY & NEWS
By Mike Sonnenberg
On the outskirts of Saginaw in the back of Oakwood Cemetery is the veterans section with a Civil War Monument surrounded by tombstones of the veterans that so proudly served in the military. You will notice one marker is cleaner than the rest of the markers. I don’t know who Ross F. Huffman is other than what is written on his marker and that he served in the infantry during World War II. His marker is in a restored state and cleaned compared to the surrounding headstones. My friend worked at the cemetery, and he told me that one of Mr. Hoffman’s relatives was researching their genealogy and family heritage when they discovered they were related to Mr. Hoffman. While visiting the cemetery, they painstakingly scrubbed and cleaned the tombstone. It stands out among the other markers but they deserve to be honored and remembered.
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Hoyt Library - Local History/Genealogy
Local Hero, Irish Style Nobody in the family ever knew…An Irish grandfather's political history emerges, between pints, at a local pub
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Learn how to D.I.G.
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NEWSBANK can be used for FREE with your public library card ID number. This website has newspapers to search for obituaries! CLICK ON THE TITLE ABOVE
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Saginaw News Obituary Index
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