Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society presents Spring Seminar- Saturday April 23rd 2016 – 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
Hosted at Gadsen Senior Activity Center- 623 Broad Street (Rear Entrance) Gadsden, Al.
Featuring Genealogist Ann Blomquist
- Virginia Colonial Parish Records-
Prior to the Revolutionary War, certain non-religious county records were kept by the church parishes. Learn which records still exist and where to find them
Learn about different kinds of printed maps available to researchers in books, foldable maps and online.
- Census Surprises
As researchers, we all use the federal census records, but there are many details behind the scenes that you should know. When was the Census day? How many copies did the federal marshal make? When was the first census?
Registration starts at 8:30 am. Lunch on your own. Question & Answer session at 2:15
Ann Blomquist is a retired high school mathematics teacher with more than 40 years of genealogy experience. She is the author of 13 genealogical books including family histories, court records, church vestry records, and store account books. She is the administrator of the East Tennessee Historical Society’s First Families of Tennessee project, the editor of the Jefferson County Genealogical Society Quarterly and presents at Genealogy Conferences