Sunday, May 6, 2012

May Issue is Here! Newsletter of the Phoenix Family History Library #Genealogy


May Issue is Here! Newsletter of the Phoenix Family History Library #Genealogy

The May issue of The News Leaf is here!  The News Leaf is a publication of the Phoenix Family History Library.  Here's the link to the newsletter:
 

What's in the issue:
*Article entitled Coming to My Ancestor's Aid
*How To Find Your Ancestors in the 1940 Census:  Searching Without a Name Index
*Illustrated Family Records from the National Archives at WikiMedia Commons
*Amazing statistics for Indexing the 1940 Census
*Genealogy humor.

Enjoy!

Jirene

P.S.  For past issues, click here.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

March Issue - Phoenix Family History Library Genealogy Newsletter is Here!

A couple of days late, but I hope you will enjoy the March issue of The News Leaf, a newsletter of the Phoenix Family History Library.  Here's the link.

Good Stuff this month!  Learn about the FamilySearch Indexing App for your iPhone, iPad and Android.  I've already indexed 226 names, and it is easy peasy (and addicting).

You'll also find information about new Welsh records to search, and citing your sources.  Finally, LOTS of information on getting ready for the 1940 U.S. Census.  Have you signed up yet?

Thanks!

Jirene

P.S.  For past issues, click here.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

TWO Genealogy Software Presentations This Week at the Phoenix Family History Library

Two Special Presentations this Week at the Phoenix Family History Library:
Legacy Family Tree Genealogy Software Presentation 
Wednesday, January 18, 2012, at 7:00 p.m 
Join us for this informative and fun presentation by Legacy Trainer Geoff Rasmusson, at the Phoenix Family History Library.
  RootsMagic Genealogy Software Presentation 
Thursday, January 19, 2012, at 7:00 p.m.  
This presentation will also be just as informative and fun, and is presented by RootsMagic author Bruce Buzbee, at the Phoenix Family History Library.
 
 The Phoenix Family History Library is located at 3102 N. 18th Avenue (Thomas Rd. and 19th Avenue area), in Phoenix, Arizona.  (602) 264-2825.
 These presentations are free and open to the public, so we hope you can join us!

Jirene

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