Genealogy Lifelong Learning Class

Genealogy

Class Number | CED.1031.H02

Section | 61286

Class Details

Date & Time

Meets on Tuesday's for 5 weeks

January 21, 28, February 4, 11, & 18

5pm-7pm

Cost

$40 per person

Location

Computer Lab 131 | Harrison Campus | Technical Education Center

Class Description

In this lifelong learning class, you will be instructed and guided through your family history on the web. You will learn fascinating things about your ancestors like when they came to America, where they came from, the struggles they had to endure, their successes, occupations, medical histories, and much more. You will also learn what free websites can be researched from home.

Things to bring with you:

  • Paper
  • Pencils
  • Any known family information of yourself, parents, grandparents, ect.---Where they were born, lived, and nationality.

You will be provided genealogy forms that will help you organize your family tree. The more experienced researchers should bring their ancestor charts.


Instructor

Bill Boyd & Barb Curtindale

Bill Boyd and Barb Curtindale are co-instructors of this class. Barb is the President of the Gladwin County Historical Society, President of the Harrison Area Genealogical Society, Historian of the Michigan Council, and has over 45 years of experience in researching genealogy. Bill has nearly 15 years of experience in research and is the Vice-President of the Gladwin County Genealogy Society and is a member of the World Research team. Both Bill and Barb taught genealogy at the Gladwin Middle School for three years.

Questions?

We'd love to answer them!

lifelonglearning@midmich.edu

(989) 386-6651
 
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