Communicating with your Ancestors' Kin
Communicating with your Ancestors' Kin.
What to do now? You have searched Ancestry, FamilySearch, HeritageQuest, and many other genealogy websites but all you are getting is the same old, same old. The brick walls are still standing.
If only you could ask you ancestors. I'm not talking about a seance but social media. Maybe your ancestors' kin is also working on the family history. They might have access to information or records that you don't. Public message boards and private messaging might be the answer.
In the October genealogy workshop, Meredy will discuss using social media. The workshop begins at 6:00 pm on Thursday, October 1st in the Wells County Public Library Boardroom.
Written by Vi TesterHi, my name is Vi Tester. I moved to Bluffton in 1994 when I was hired as the Reference/Adult Services librarian for the Wells County Public Library. My job title hasn’t changed but the job has grown, just like the Indiana Room which houses the genealogy collection and is part of my job. You can find me upstairs, downstairs or in the stacks.
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