Members have asked for easy access to all "Methods and Sources" articles written by Leslie Tomlinson, CG. These articles have appeared in some of our past newsletters. All of these articles have now been uploaded to our website and will soon be available in the library. To access them, click on the Events & Education tab and then choose Methods and Sources.
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Convenient location, great parking, and easy to find.
From I-410, exit onto Blanco Rd north. Go 3/4 mile and turn left onto Melissa Dr.
The Dwyer Center is the first building on the north side of Melissa Dr, and the Library is the second building on the north side of Melissa Dr. Please use the first driveway and park in any of the 28 marked parking spaces.
Days closed:New Years Day, Easter Sunday, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Founders’ Day, Father’s Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Fall Seminar, Thanksgiving Eve and Day, Christmas Eve and Day.
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
DNA Class - Part 2 - (Intermediate-Advanced)
Instructor: Annette Graham. Part 2 (Intermediate-Advanced) will build on the foundational skills of DNA testing and show attendees how to begin to apply the DNA data into their genealogical research. Students must have a good understanding of DNA basics and have their test results before the beginning of this ...
Moderator: Annette Graham. DNA has become another avenue for researching our Ancestors. Getting the results of your DNA testing has sometimes caused confusion and created many questions. This one-on-one program with Annette is designed to help you interpret your results and how to use your DNA results with your ...
Instructor: Lloyd Shenburger. If your ancestors came to America in the 17th and 18th century, they probably came through Pennsylvania. They may have only stayed for a few years or many generations. Many of us have Pennsylvania ancestors. We will look at the types of records available and where to ...
Moderator: Scott Atkinson. Since developing the Family Tree Maker Workshop in 2014, the 2019 program added an additional genealogy documentation tool - the Wikitree.com. The regular monthly Workshop continues to assist in answering questions or solving problems in their use. Laptops are encouraged but not required to attend. Please ...