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Stearns History Museum will offer an "Introduction to the Research Center and Archives" course the third Wednesday of each month.
Should vaccinations for children be legally required?
Should the government provide access to health care for everyone?
Monday, December 9 The Oconee County Industrial Authority meets at 4pm in the Grand Jury Room of the Oconee County Courthouse.
Laptime for infants up to 23 months and their caregivers meets at the Main Branch every Wednesday at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Time for Twos for 2 year olds and their caregivers meets at the Main Branch every Thursday at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Preschool Storytime, for children ages 3 to 5 meets at the Sneads Ferry Branch every Tuesday at 10 a.m. and at the ... (more)
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In his recently released book, "The Bell's Seasoning Story," author David Bell, the great-great grandson of company founder William G. Bell, provides a detailed account of the man behind the iconic brand.
We are needing any information regarding and adoption in regards to Gilbert James, per records received born in Pueblo Colorado on January 16,1969 and was taken into custody by the state by 1970-1972.
A new year in the life of the church began this past Sunday. We are once again in the season of Advent, a season of hope and preparation.
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Looking for any info on Levy Jones and wife Mary Cauley. Placed them in Baker County starting from 1860 census.
This is a copy of a photo, like the one below, that I acquired last night at auction through Bontrager's.
David Eastlick Jr. and his wife, Katherine Coudriet, wanted to start a business to keep them busy, but didn't want to do something terribly serious.
<![CDATA[Al Dawson, Iowa City Genealogy Society member, will present the program "Census Tips for Good Girls and Boys Who Want to Find More Ancestors Under the Tree" at the 9:30 a.m. Saturday meeting of the Iowa City Genealogy Society at the Family History Library at 2730 Bradford Drive in Iowa City. Guests are welcome to attend.
Sure, there may be times when ancestors get "handed to us on a silver platter," but that's not very often.
You'll be surprised with the kind of information you'll unearth when you do a research on your own family name.
You could possibly hold the missing links to the family history of an African American researcher.