You may know and use Excel to crunch your budget numbers, but have you thought about using it specifically for genealogy? Even if you’re new to Excel, we will teach you the basics of building a database right, then we’ll cover how to think through your options to make the exact database that meets your specific needs. Then, as we show you ways to use Excel in genealogy, we’ll add tips to take your skills to the next level whether you’re using your own computer or the library’s. Coffey.
This will be a hybrid meeting held in-person in the Local History Room and online via Zoom. Registration is only required for Zoom attendees.
Researching land records is an important aspect in genealogical research. While land records can provide valuable clues to relationships, residence, and migrations, they can sometimes be difficult or confusing to research. This presentation will give an overview of the various types of land records and where they might be located. Examples of the different types of indices used by county clerks will also be explored. Debbie Wilson Smyth. This will be a hybrid meeting held in-person in the Meeting Room/Jenkins B and online via Zoom. Registration is only required for Zoom attendees.