Family History Library Free Webinars in January

The Family History Library has more than ten free Webinars scheduled for January 2016

The Family History Library Class Calendar

Among the Webinars scheduled for January :

Beginning Research Techniques  (Jan. 14)

Tips and Tricks for Using FamilySearch’s Historical Records Collection (Jan. 19)

England Research (Jan. 25),  England Census Research (Jan 26), England Civil Registration Research (Jan 27th),  and Church of England Research (Jan 28th.)

In addition, research webinars are scheduled for Germany, Norway, and Poland as well as workshops on indexing records.

Handouts are available for each webinar.

Past webinars are available for viewing –HERE   There are a lot of interesting past webinars!

There is something for everyone- take advantage of this free resource!!

 

 

2016 Heritage Trail Medallion Recipients

Lawrenceville Downtown Development Authority Announces 2016 Heritage Trail Medallion Recipients
The Heritage Trail Walkway Commemorates Daniel Ray Sosebee, Sr. and Mary Frazier Long

The City of Lawrenceville and the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) have announced Daniel Ray Sosebee, Sr. and Mary Frazier Long as the 2016 recipients of the Heritage Trail Medallions.

The walking trail was constructed in 2013 to pay homage to individuals – throughout Gwinnett County history – who have made significant contributions to the City of Lawrenceville. The walkway commences at the Gwinnett Fallen Heroes Memorial, ends in front of Rhodes Jordan Park and is represented along the way by individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to the development or wellbeing of Lawrenceville and/or its residents.

Mary Frazier Long- a fourth generation resident of Gwinnett County, raised in Lawrenceville- is well known for her passion for the Lawrenceville Community. Mary serves as a local historian for the City of Lawrenceville and has written books, numerous articles and narrated a riding tour of the city for several years. Mary is an active member of the Gwinnett Historical Society and commits her time to many other groups that contribute to Lawrenceville’s development.

Read more: GwinnettCitizen.com

Gwinnett Citizen . com  5 January 2016