We are pleased to announce that the speaker at our September meeting will be Sunny Jane Morton. Sunny is an internationally-known genealogy educator and award-winning writer and editor. Her lectures are packed with try-this-now strategies and resources and delivered with humor and plenty of motivating examples and stories. Sunny has […]Read more »
We’re ba-ack! Join us at our regular meeting time on Thursday, May 28 at 10:00am for our May meeting. The library is still closed and large gatherings are still not safe, but we are adjusting—We will meet virtually using Zoom. We are calling it a Zoom Get-together. Our agenda for […]Read more »
The NEHGS Library is providing free access to books on their Digital Collections website. This collection is usually only available to society members. The collection includes: city directories family history books local history books Contact the library at email@example.com, if you have questions.
Ancestry Library is available remotely to all Ohio library cardholders through April, courtesy of ProQuest and its partner Ancestry. Access to Ancestry Library is provided by Libraries Connect Ohio. Visit https://ohioweblibrary.org/db/ancestry and enter your Ohio public library card number to access Ancestry Library.
March 2020 Lake County Genealogical Society Meeting Cancellation Announcement The Lake County Genealogical Society (LCGS) meetings will be canceled until further notice due to the Convid 19 virus. Our meetings are typically held on the last Thursday of the month from 10:00 am to noon in the basement of the […]Read more »
Have you ever wanted to find your “Roots” by learning how to research your ancestors; create a family tree, or even find some unknown past and present relatives? Please join us as we share information on where and how to conduct genealogical research from society members and local genealogy experts. […]Read more »
Have you wanted to learn how to do research to find your ancestors, create your family tree, or even find some unknown relatives? Please join us as we share information from society members and local and national genealogy experts. On Thursday, February 27, J. Mark Lowe will present “Timelines and […]Read more »