June Birthdays 2015
Visit our FaceBook page created by Diana Ornstead at: www.facebook.com/longmont.genealogy
Find information and events on our LGS web site at: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~colgs/
$$$$ 2015 Join LGS - $15.00 individual member, $18.00 family membership. See Judy at the registration table on Wednesday to pay. Membership is a bargain for 12 great programs, yummy refreshments and good company. Don’t miss out!! We look forward to seeing you there each month.
Would you like to receive your Heritage by email each quarter? Join the emailing list at the membership table and we will email the next issue to you. We will need your current email address!
BTW – have you signed up to bring refreshments yet this year! Please help out – when we all contribute we can enjoy a delicious treat while talking about the month’s program and catching up with friends. See Jann or Vicky or write your name on the signup sheet when it comes around.
LGS’ 17th June Wednesday Night Meeting - Speaker Dr. Ted Bainbridge
Jun 17, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Dr.Ted Bainbridge presents - “Finding Maps on the Internet”. What’s out there, how to find it, and how to use it?" Research questions can be answered by maps and examples of using maps to extend pedigrees. Download Ted's handouts and bring to the class Maps Handout and Map Links Ted is a past president of the Longmont Genealogical Society and an accomplished speaker and writer. His columns on Genealogy Topics appear regularly in the 50 Plus Marketplace News for Boulder County. He also writes an article for the LGS Quarterly which is always interesting and helpful in researching our ancestry. Bring your laptop to try some of Ted’s tips following his presentation. 7 FHC computers are available for our use also. Handouts available for download and bring to the meeting.
For all our friends and fellow genealogists that can’t attend meetings in the daytime – join us each month at the Family History Center from 7:00-8:30 PM. Meetings will be held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1721 Red Cloud Road at the LDS Church. Park in the east parking lot & come up the stairs on the east side of the building. We will be meeting in the room on the left.
Save the Date & Save Your Stuff – LGS Annual Garage Sale!! August 7th & 8th! We need donations and volunteers to help with our annual fundraiser. Please plan to help! We also need Christmas decorations or mementos you no longer need. See Diana Schneider (email@example.com) for info on the garage sale.
We’re going to have our fun Christmas prize drawing with ornaments you are no longer using. You won’t want to miss getting a fun trinket to show off in your home during the holidays. See Jann at firstname.lastname@example.org) or Vicky at (email@example.com to donate your Christmas treasure! OR bring it to the daytime meetings – there will be a decorated box available to put it in!!
The Larimer County Genealogical Society will meet Thursday, 18 June,
In the Community Room of the Old Town Library,
Old Town Library, 201 Peterson Street, Ft Collins.
Business Meeting will begin at 6:30 pm.
Presentation will follow about 7:00 pm.
PLEASE PRINT SYLLABUS AND BRING WITH YOU TO THE MEETING.
(We will only have a few at the meeting for guests.)
Presentation: ‘Using Emigrant Guides for Genealogical Research’
Presented by: Julie Miller
Certified Genealogist Julie Miller will tell us about emigrant guides providing essential information and practical advice to our ancestors about travel routes, weather, opportunities, and much more. Julie will explain how to use emigrant guides for insight into the how’s and why’s of an ancestor’s preparation and journey across an ocean or the country.
Julie is a Certified Genealogist with over 35 years of genealogy research experience, past genealogy column writer, past vice president of National Genealogy Society, past president of Colorado Genealogical Society in Denver and Colorado Chapter of Assn of Professional Genealogist besides serving on the Board of the Assn of Professional Genealogists and International Society of Family History Writers and Editors, and past volunteer at the National Archives facility in Denver.
Guests that are interested in
genealogy or family history are welcome!
Or on FaceBook at http://www.facebook.com/lcgsco
Note: This meeting will not be recorder per speakers request
The FamilySearch Family History Library in Salt Lake City is offering
ten free, online lectures during June.
Colorado First Families Recognition Program
As genealogists, we're proud of where we came from and the stories of our ancestors' travels, lives, and histories. And we're proud of our ancestors' contributions to the places in which they settled and raised their families.
The Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies, commonly known as the Council, administers the First Families of Colorado program whereby descendants of Colorado pioneer families receive certificates of lineage honoring their Colorado heritage. The certificates are handsome, very suitable for framing (I'm sure most of them are), and memorialize Colorado early families.
The First Families of Colorado Recognition Program has been in place since 1983, and so far, hundreds of descendants have submitted proofs of lineage to Colorado ancestors and received certificates. The people who apply for and receive the certificates often include their children and grandchildren, giving proof of a personal connection to Colorado. You can see the names of these descendants and their pioneer connections at: http://www.cocouncil.org/documents/PioneerList.pdf.
There are three categories of recognition
First Family, whereby an ancestor must have been born in, or settled in, the land area of what is now Colorado, before 28 February, 1861.
Territorial Family, whereby an ancestor must have been born in, or settled in, a territory that is now Colorado, between 28 February 1861 and 1 August 1876.
Centennial Family, whereby an ancestor must have been born in, or settled in, Colorado at least 100 years prior to the date of Centennial Family application.
You may learn more about the First Families program at: http://www.cocouncil.org/familyrecognition.html
Applicants need not be current residents of Colorado. Indeed, many descendants do not reside in Colorado, but proudly remember their Colorado heritage. Applicants may submit documentation tracing their ancestors' activities and existence in Colorado by way of census records, church records, and birth, marriage and death records.
For an application, visit http://cocouncil.org/familyrecognition.html.
The Wales, Ireland, Scotland, England (W.I.S.E) Family History Society mission is to promote interest and education in genealogy and family history as they pertain to the British Isles.
W.I.S.E. usually meets at 1:30 p.m., on the fourth Saturday of the month in the seventh floor training room at the Central Denver Public Library located at 10 West Fourteenth Avenue Pkwy., Denver, CO 80204. Upcoming programs include:
For more information visit the W.I.S.E website
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