genealogy

FamilySearch Genealogy Classes This September!

FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations and is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources, and services each year to learn more about their family history. Join us on Fridays at 3:45 PM in the second floor Computer Lab to learn how to use the free Family Search website (www.familysearch.org) to research your family history.

September 7: Part 1 - Getting Logged In and Starting Your Tree

September 14: Part 2 - Adding to the Tree – Basic Search Features

Genealogy - FamilySearch Lab

Have you heard of the free #FamilySearch database? Want to learn how to navigate & utilize this resource? Join us as we explore records and genealogical lines with FamilySearch on Tues 8/21 from 1-3 PM in the Computer Lab. Self-register online at http://bit.ly/2MQnd4Z or by calling 832-927-7830

 

Genealogy - Exploring the post 1850 Census

#Genealogy enthusiasts! Deepen your family history knowledge. Join us at the #KingwoodLibrary to learn about different genealogical aspects of the era after the 1850 Census on Wed 8/15 from 1-3 PM in the Computer Lab. Self-register at http://bit.ly/2OxsWgi or call 832-927-7830

Free Family Search Class

Interested in genealogy? Join fellow enthusiasts us in the Computer Lab at #KingwoodLibrary on Tuesday 7/24 from 1-3 PM. We will learn how to use the free #FamilySearch database to help trace family members. Self-register online at http://bit.ly/2O1OaDG or by calling 832-927-7830.

Genealogy - FamilySearch Lab

Interested in genealogy? Want to learn how to use the free #FamilySearch database to help trace family members? Join us on Thurs 6/28 from 1 PM-3 PM in the Computer Lab for a #FamilySearch Lab. Self-register online at http://bit.ly/2ItdQVV or by calling 832-927-7830.

Adults - This Friday @ 4 PM - FamilySearch Genealogy Q&A!

Have questions or just a passing interest in genealogy?

Join us every first Friday of the month for these help sessions provided by FamilySearch.com. These sessions are supported by the Friends of Freeman Library

How to do family history on African American ancestors after the Civil War

Are you interested in learning more about your family’s history? Franklin Carter Smith of the Clayton Center for Genealogical Research in Houston will provide helpful strategies and resources for African Americans who are researching post civil war ancestors. Learn more about the Clayton Center as well as some tips for researching your family history that only an expert can provide. Join us Tuesday, February 20, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Adults - Friday, 2/9 @ 3:45 PM - Introduction to FamilySearch 2: Adding to the Tree - Basic Search Features!

Learning about our ancestors helps us better understand who we are-creating a family bond, linking the present to the past, and building a bridge to the future.

FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. These genealogical workshops are made possible by the support of the Friends of Freeman Library

Adults - Friday, 2/2 @ 3:45 PM - Introduction to FamilySearch 1: Getting Logged In & Starting Your Tree!

Learning about our ancestors helps us better understand who we are-creating a family bond, linking the present to the past, and building a bridge to the future. This Friday, we're offering the first in a series of genealogical workshops - Introduction to FamilySearch 1: Getting Logged In & Starting Your Tree!

FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations.The Friends of Freeman Library support these workshops.

Great Big Family Tree

It's All Relative by A. J. JacobsIf you're a fan of The Year of Living Biblically, you know how funny A. J. Jacobs can be. Why not turn him loose on the subject of genealogy and family trees. Go on the worldwide trip with him to find out what makes a family a family in the book "It's All Relative: Adventures Up and Down the World's Family Tree". 

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