Learn to use Ancestry for genealogy research at the Klamath County Library
Thursday, July 12th 6pm
Downtown Klamath County Library
The Klamath Basin Genealogical Society is hosting a workshop on how to use Ancestry for genealogy research at the downtown Klamath County Library on Thursday, July 12th at 6 pm.
Genealogist Karen Kunz will show you how to dig through Ancestry’s records – documents like birth, death, and marriage certificates; immigration records; cemetery listings and more – and how to put them together into a family tree you can use to organize all that information.
You can access Ancestry: Library Edition for free at the downtown library as well as the South Suburban, Chemult, Chiloquin, Gilchrist, Keno, and Merrill branch libraries! Talk to a librarian at a participating branch to get started.
The Klamath Basin Genealogical Society hosts monthly workshops on the second Thursday of the month at 6 pm at the downtown library. The Society also maintains a special interest group that focuses on DNA testing’s role in genealogy, which meets at the downtown library on the first Thursday of the month at 6 pm. (Please note that there is no DNA Special Interest Group meeting in July.)
For more information, stop by the Information and Reference desk or call 541-882-8894. For more about the Klamath Basin Genealogical Society and how to join, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.