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Saturday, April 27
2019 Family History Jamboree  (Conference)
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
901 E. Whipp Rd. Centerville, OH (in Montgomery Co.)
2019 Family History Jamboree
Sponsored by
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Link:           http://www.fhj1.org/fhj1/home.php
When:        Saturday, 27-Apr-2019, 8:00 am
Where:       901 E. Whipp Rd. , Centerville, OH (in Montgomery Co.)
 
The Family History Jamboree is an all-day event designed to promote Family History activities among the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with an open invitation to the public.
 
Attendees may select up to six one hour classes out of a list of 20 or more. They range from the beginner level to the more advanced topics.  Space is limited and advance registration is requested. 
 
- Totally Free
- No lunches to purchase (bring your own or go out for lunch)
- No books to purchase (files available for free download)
- No CDs to purchase (files available for free download)



Saturday, May 11
Winona Lee Hawthorne: UC’s First Co-ed  (Education)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Doris Wood Branch Library, Batavia
 
 
Greg Hand will present "Winona Lee Hawthorne: UC’s First Co-ed." The only woman to receive a degree in the first class to graduate from the University of Cincinnati led a remarkable life. She was born on the frontier and spent much of her life on the boundaries of civilization, raising a family while following a husband with a distinguished military career. In tracing her biography, genealogists benefit from records in unusual formats, located in archives.



Saturday, June 1
Estate Settlement: There's a Way with or without a Will  (Education)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Amelia Branch Library, 58 Maple St., Amelia, OH 45102
 
 
Liz Stratton will present "Estate Settlement: There's a Way with or without a Will"
Estate Settlement records often identify married names of daughters, confirm parentage, establish migration patterns and more. Beyond wills, this session focuses on understanding the documents created in the research process and how to get the most from them. Strategies for locating records will be included.



Saturday, July 6
Cemetery Research  (Education)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Doris Wood Branch Library, Batavia
 
 
Dick Gault will present a program on Cemetery Research with (weather permitting) a follow up hands on Grave Finder Demonstration at a nearby cemetery.



Saturday, August 3
Future Events  (Program)
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