Johnson County Genealogical Society
Johnson County
Genealogical Society
and Library, Inc.
Hackman wedding 1940
Preserving KANSAS genealogy and its rich history at the crossroads of the Santa Fe, California and Oregon trails.
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Tuesday, October 27
Family Tree Maker  (Special Interest Groups (SIG))
1:00 pm
Online via Zoom
Family Tree Maker Users Group will be meeting online via Zoom until further notice.  For more information and a link to join the meeting email Richard “Dick” Rosenstock at Richard@Rosenstock.net. This group is a forum for family history researchers who are currently using or interested in using the Family Tree Maker database software. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for users to interact with other users to improve our collective skills. 
 
 


Wednesday, October 28
Irish Genealogy  (Special Interest Groups (SIG))
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Online via Zoom
The Irish Genealogy group will be meeting online via Zoom until further notice.  For more information and a link to join the meeting email John Manning at john@countryschoolgenealogist.com   

Topic: "How to Trace Your Irish Ancestors Back to the Homeland"
Tracing your Irish ancestry back to Ireland can feel like a daunting task. In this meeting, we will discuss how known facts and family stories can help to focus your research.  We will discuss how to get the most out of online resources, how to make use of church records, public registers, and the wealth of other material that can be found in Irish archival facilities and published resource.  
 
 



Thursday, November 5
Genealogy Writers Group  (Special Interest Groups (SIG))
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Online via Zoom
Our Purpose:
Our writing group has two purposes. One is to encourage its participants to be actively engaged in writing something relating to their family history. It could be a personal memory, a life story or biographical sketch, or a story about an ancestor.  The other purpose is to provide a comfortable environment that is friendly and nurturing yet challenging. Participants can learn ways to bring genealogy to life and to make their writing engaging and interesting to others.  
 
This is a special interest group of the JCGS and is a free benefit of membership. Members interested in writing about their family history are welcome to participate and will get the most benefit by attending on a regular basis and becoming actively involved.
 
To request a link to the meeting, please email education@jcgs.ks 
 
Facilitator: Darlene Jerome 
 
 


Saturday, November 14
Legacy Users Group  (Special Interest Groups (SIG))
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online via Zoom
KC Area Legacy Users Group meets the first Saturday of each month, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Central Resource Library. For more information, contact Char Mitts.  Bring your laptop and follow along with the Legacy Users Group. There are two parts to each meeting: basic topics using the Legacy Family Tree software, and then demonstrating how to use more advanced features of the program.