Interested in researching church records? Church records are very beneficial from the 1900s going back in time as vital records didn’t exist for many counties in the United States or internationally. Church records are comprised of birth or baptism, marriage, and death records.
This three hour free class will review the different types of the more popular church records available, what religions offer them, and where to access them.
Carol Stetser is an avid genealogist who has served in various capacities for several northern Colorado genealogical societies. In addition to researching her own family, Carol volunteers as the researcher for Larimer County Genealogical Society and volunteers online to help out-of-area researchers find records for their families. She also gives presentations on various aspects of genealogical research.
She recently participated in a cemetery program for her local DAR chapter which entailed photographing and researching all 20,000+ graves at Grandview Cemetery in Fort Collins. A longtime member of the Swedish Genealogical Society of Colorado, Carol is actively researching her Swedish ancestry, focusing recently on her links to nobility.
Glenn York served 21 years in the Air Force and moved to Ft Collins in 1992. After having a successful career in electronics, computers, and managing large computer security programs, Glenn retired in 2016.
Most of his ancestors came to colonial America from western Europe and the UK. Over the past 300 plus years his ancestors migrated west through Ohio, Indiana, and Iowa to homestead in Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado.
Glenn has combined technology and genealogy for over 30 years. He started doing genealogy about 1983, when he was stationed near Washington DC learning genealogy in the Library of Congress, National Archives, DAR library, and Suitland Records center. He has researched in numerous state, county, and local facilities throughout the mid-west.
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