Next WCAGS Meeting: September 15, 2012 – War of 1812 and other Military Records presented by Marcia Connors – 10 AM Fayetteville Public Library Genealogy Area 2nd Floor
Military records can be a gold mine for anyone researching their genealogy. Find out various means of obtaining your ancestor’s military records and what information might be contained in them, from the revolutionary war through the civil war.
A professional genealogist, Marcia Connors has been doing genealogy for over 30 years. She has been a past president of the Washington County AR Genealogical Society, a state chairman for the TN Lineage Research Committee in the DAR, is a member of the Mayflower Society, Colonial Dames, the DAR, and KS First Families. She has attended various National and State Genealogical Conferences, has taught classes for the Chattanooga Genealogical Conference, miscellaneous conventions and local genealogical societies. She has a BA in Sociology and and Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice. Her genealogical research experience is concentrated in southern states and she travels to Salt Lake City frequently to do research there. She has two cats but has yet to research their bloodlines.
This meeting will be in the genealogy section of the second floor of the library. After the meeting’s program there will be time for hands-on research using the library’s many genealogical resources.
Come and bring your friends!