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With Thanksgiving Day being celebrated tomorrow, it seems the appropriate time to mention an interesting fact about the holiday. Although it has been a widely celebrated holiday in the history of the United States, it was not always a national … Continue reading
Join us on Wednesday, November 18 at 7:00 p.m. for our next genealogy program. This month you will have the opportunity to ask a panel of two experienced family researchers your questions. This program is free and open to all.
Join us for our next Family History Roundtable program on Wednesday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m. Elena Florenzano will speak on the regions of Sicily, Calabria, and Campania from the 19th and early 20th centuries up to present day. This … Continue reading
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (NYG&B) has recently published a genealogical research guide to New York State records titled New York Family History Research Guide and Gazetteer. The book is chock full of information for family researchers. To give … Continue reading
Join us on Wednesday, September 23 at 7:00 p.m. for a program on the Irish Potato Famine and Irish immigration to America during the Great Hunger years. Tom O’Reilly, Ancient Order of Hibernians History, Culture, & Traditional chairperson, will … Continue reading
Ancestry has made the following announcement, “More than 170 million pages from the largest collection of wills and probate records in the United States is now available online exclusively on Ancestry. With searchable records included from all 50 states spread … Continue reading
A library patron mentioned to me yesterday how helpful she finds the Old Fulton NY Post Cards (New York State Historical Newspapers) website in doing her family research. However, she gets frustrated by her inability to print just a single … Continue reading
The Familysearch Worldwide Indexing Event has arrived (August 7-14), and it lasts for a week. Here is an opportunity for you to join with volunteers from around the world to help “Fuel the Find.” Using your home computer, you can … Continue reading
The Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn now has a website titled Locate a Loved One, that has a searchable database of interments. Cemeteries covered in the database are St. John (Middle Village), St. Charles / Resurrection (Farmingdale), Mount St. Mary (Flushing) and … Continue reading
The long-awaited day for Irish genealogists has finally arrived. The National Library of Ireland’s collection of Catholic parish registers are now available online. You can view them at http://registers.nli.ie.