Friday, October 12, 2018

Danville library to host presentation on how to investigate your ancestor's neighborhood

The Danville Public Library will hold a presentation in the library's program room on Saturday, October 20 at 10 am about "Investigating the Neighborhood of Your Ancestors". Rose Ann Sigborn from the library's Indiana Room will discuss how investigating your ancestor's community - their siblings, parents, in-laws, cousins and other relatives - may help you solve a research problem.

Pre-registration is required - register online via the library's events calendar, or by calling (317) 745-2604.

Friday, October 5, 2018

Danville library to host presentation about finding female ancestors

The Danville Public Library will hold a presentation in the library's program room on Thursday, October 11 at 2 pm about how to find female ancestors. Sarah Pfundstein, Genealogy Collection Librarian at the Indiana State Library, will explain how to find the women in your family tree, and what resources are available.

Pre-registration is required - register online via the library's events calendar, or by calling (317) 745-2604.

Monday, October 1, 2018

Danville genealogy group to discuss immigration records

The Danville Public Library will present a session by Steve Smith on Monday, October 8 at 1:30 pm about the people who immigrated and settled in America, including the 12 million who came through Ellis Island in New York. The session will be part of the library's Genealogy Nuts group monthly meeting, which is held in the library's program room on the ground floor. Visitors are welcome - for more information, contact the library - phone (317) 745-2604.