We need to hear back from people who were either a) born in the U.S to either a parent or parents born in Poland -or- b) those having a grandparent or grandparents born in Poland. If this describes you, we need you to complete the online survey that is found at:
Check out the events, conferences, webinars and educational programs taking place at NEHGS this month! Click here for more information.
Thursday, October 24, 3:00–4:00 PM
Presented by Molly Rogers and Rachel Adams
FREE and open to the public
Volunteers are essential to the creation of databases at AmericanAncestors.org—from scanning and indexing parish records for the Historic Catholic Records Project to assisting in the creation of the Mayflower Families Fifth Generation Descendants, 1700-1880 database and other important collections. Learn about opportunities for helping the Database Team that you can participate in from home!
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Saturday, October 20, 12:00–6:00 PM EDT
Presented by Genealogists at NEHGS
Finding information about New York ancestors can be tricky. A fire in 1911 at the State Library and the fact that statewide registration of vital records did not start until 1880 only add to the difficulty. The presentations within this Online Conference will guide you through the maze of genealogical pitfalls, and to the bright spots in New York research. Our New York experts will discuss the settlement of New York and early migrations, vital records and substitutes, land and probate records, the state census, and more.
Upcoming events at the ICC include a book launch, live music and an informational session on their 2019 Spring Ireland Tour. Visit the Events Section of their website for more information.
The WMRE October Newsletter is here! Click HERE to read, print or download.