Greater Lowell Genealogy Club Meeting
Time: Saturday, September 24 · 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Location: Pollard Memorial Library
401 Merrimack St.
Are you curious on how to get started researching your family history? If so, we can help. New members are always welcome!
Please come join us for our first meeting of the season! Scheduled to be
with us is Kim Zunino of the Lowell Historic Board. Kim, who is active
in preserving and restoring Lowell's historical burial grounds, as well
as other preservation projects, will be presenting the group with a
project of our own. Under her direction, we will be transcribing and
indexing a very large city collection, so please join us to hear the
details and participate! Also on the agenda will be officer elections,
which take place in October (we need a couple of dedicated, brave
souls), as well as potential speakers and field trips!
As always, our meetings are open to the public, so bring a friend! If
you decide you'd like to join, GLGC membership is $10.00 for the year. Find us on facebook!
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Sunday, August 07, 2011
Hey everyone, just thought I 'd pop in here to say good morning and let you know that there's still not too much going on with me in regard to my genealogy research. Although I did join WikiTree, and I uploaded a gedcom to play around with. You can view my WikiTree here, http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Robillard-30. It's pretty fun, a good time waster if you as me. I also started looking into the children of David Wright and Margaret White, my g-g-grandparents. David was born in Scotalnd, abt. 1816 and Margaret from the IOM, b. abt. 1814. They are in my WikiTree if you're interested. Anyway, here's the latest from my backyard garden and the Textile Avenue Greenhouse. Have a great day!!