Genealogy Lifelong Learning Class


Class Details

Date & Time

Meets on Thursday for 6 consecutive weeks

March 3

  • Gladwin County Genealogy Society, Gladwin County Library 2nd Floor

March 10, 17, 24, 31, & April 7

  • Harrison Campus Technical Education Center | Computer Lab 131

5:30pm - 7:30pm


$80 per person


FIRST CLASS: Gladwin County Genealogy Society (2nd Floor of Gladwin County District Library)

All Other Classes: Harrison Campus | Technical Education Center | Computer Lab 131

Class Description

This class is for early experience researchers, not absolute beginners, a continuation of previously held genealogy classes. Students will learn more about sources not on the web, records found when going to a courthouse, land records, and more detail on items touched on in earlier classes.

You will be given more extensive advice on how to continue your genealogy research and plan a better agenda.

To help break down the brick walls and give the instructor ideas of what you want to take away from this class, the instructor would like students to send suggestions of topics you would like to see discussed. Suggestions and questions can be emailed to Barb Curtindale at

Things to bring with you

  • Paper
  • Pencils

Any known family information of yourself, parents, grandparents, etc., including where they were born, lived, and nationality.


Barb Curtindale

Barb Curtindale is the president of the Gladwin County Genealogical Society, President of the Harrison Area Genealogical Society, Historian of the Michigan Council, and has over 50 years of experience in researching genealogy. Barb taught genealogy at Gladwin Middle School for three years.


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(989) 386-6651
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