Fenton Genealogy Support Group 2017 Schedule
June 28: 6 PM to 9 PM: DAR & Lineage Societies: Sharon Terwilliger will present information pertaining to the Daughters of the American Revolution and other lineage societies’ requirements for membership. This presentaion will also cover requirements for using the DAR website.
Individuals who are interested in becoming part of the Fenton Genealogy Support Group at the Hall House are encouraged to attend at no cost with no obligation to join on a trial basis.
Learn more about the research center and all it has to offer: https://www.fentonhistorycenter.org/research-center/
Learn how to become a member: https://www.fentonhistorycenter.org/fenton-history-center-membership/
July 26: 6 PM to 9 PM: Numbering Systems, Charts & Google Books: July’s support group meeting will be presented by Andrew Kolstee and Karen Livsey. Karen Livsey will discuss numbering systems and charts and Andrew Kolstee will be giving a brief presentation on Google Books.
August 30: 6 PM to 9 PM: Ancestry.com: August’s support group will take an in-depth look at Ancestry.com.
September 27: 6 PM to 9 PM: German Research: Pastor Dan Rumfelt will discuss interesting aspects pertaining to German Research.
August 13: 1 PM to 4 PM: Open House at the Fenton History Center’s Hall House: Our friendly and knowledgeable research assistant volunteers will be available to assist visitors at no cost on Sunday, August 13th from 1 PM to 4 PM.
Those who have considered tracing their families history, have come to a road block in their own research or have questions concerning local history are encouraged to attend.
Fenton Genealogy Support Group at the Hall House
The Fenton Genealogy Support Group serves as a support to both experienced and amateur researchers by acting as an educational offering our members.
Meetings feature invaluable lectures, discussions and are an excellent way to become familiar with the Fenton History Center’s impressive collection of resources.
From its extensive library of publications pertaining to Jamestown, Chautauqua County, and other Northeastern United States – to its extensive selection of pre-compiled family files and digital work stations – the research center is a dream come true to anyone interested in tracing their family tree and to anyone who enjoys conducting historical research.
No research project is too big or too small to tackle with the help of our friendly and knowledgeable research staff and volunteers.
The group meets the last Wednesday of each month in the Fenton History, located at 73 Forest Avenue in Jamestown, New York in the historic Hall House.