|Clark County Genealogical
a chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society
117 S. Fountain Avenue
||(from the Collection of the Clark
County Historical Society )
Change of meeting datesBecause of a library scheduling problem concerning our usual second Saturdays of September, October, and November, we have had to change to the THIRD Saturdays of those three months and only from 11:30 a.m. until 1:15 p.m. because of a later scheduled group. We are very pleased that our scheduled speakers were able to change to their new dates to accommodate us and hopefully in 2018 we will be able to return to our former dates and times.
Saturday, October 21, 2017, 11:30 a.m.: Dr. Paul W. Schanher, III, better known as “Ski” Schanher, one of our very favorite speakers, will return after we had to cancel our meeting and therefore his speech last January 14th because of the impending inclement weather.
Saturday, September 16, 2017, 11:30 a.m.: Re-enactor Rick Williams will be with us portraying General Custer of the Civil War. Quoting from his http://general-custer.com web site, “Rick first appeared as General Custer at Cridersville, Ohio in July of 2003.
Saturday, November 18, 2017, 11:30 a.m.: Professional genealogist Amie Bowser Tennant will be our speaker with her speech titled: Google Your Way to Genealogy Success. Quoting from her Lecture Summaries page: “You’ll never believe how many wonderful tools exist on Google these days!
|Join us at a meeting||Upcoming meetings, membership application, and information on becoming a member of First Families and/or Settlers of Clark County. Meetings are held the second Saturday of the month at 11:30 a.m. in the Community Room at the Park Shopping Center brand of the Clark County Library. All meetings are open to the public.|
|Help us||Volunteer opportunities for those living in or near Clark County, or far away.|
|Location||Call, write, or visit us in the Heritage Center.|
|Resources & Research||Our library has been combined with the holdings of the Heritage Center, and is available to visitors. We have a large card file of obituaries, marriages, newspaper clippings regarding veterans, and burials; cemetery readings; surname files; five generation charts; newspaper abstracts for 1829 - 1841; LDS microfiche of documents related to Clark County, and family histories. The Fisher Family Library and Archives holdings include old newspapers, original wills, biographical information, maps and plat books, and photographs.|
|Publications||View our list of publications. Download the order form.|
|Newsletter||Each member receives our quarterly newsletter, Clark County Kin.|
|Links||Other sites related to Clark County|
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