Location is the Key to Finding Your Ancestors
Thursday, July 18th
Good Samaritan Society
508 W. Trilby Rd, Fort Collins
Most genealogy records are created at the county level so it’s vital that you learn as much as possible about the county boundaries, history, population, geography, churches, crops, and occupations of your ancestor’s hometown. When you become an expert on that location, you will find the records you’re looking for.
This Month’s Presenter
Carol Cooke Darrow has been a Certified Genealogist since 2005. She currently volunteers at the downtown Denver Public Library on Tuesday mornings and she is at the Broomfield location of the National Archives on Thursdays from 9am – 4pm. She is available to help you work through your brick wall problems. She has been a popular speaker for our society for several years.