November 9, 2019 – 1:30 p.m. Lower Level Meeting Room Clear Lake Public Library 200 N 4th St, Clear Lake, IA 50428 --
CONNECTONS TO THE PASSENGERS OF THE MAYFLOWER’S FIRST VOYAGE
Free and Open to the Public.
Learn how to create a family time line connecting members of each generation to any of the 104 passengers. Advanced research techniques, improved genealogy library collections, and computerized resources have made it easier to track down your Pilgrim roots. Added to the mix, secondary marriages between the passengers of the first voyage can offer both a challenge and an achievable goal for documentation.
|January 12||Round Table Discussion|
|February 9||Rod Hungerford||SIX MASON CITY WOMEN HAVE A TEA TIME TALK, CIRCA 1918 - The Women discuss Various Topics such as: Current Fashions, Careers, Money Control, Travel, Birthing Decisions, National Politics, Suffrage, and a Sense of Independence.|
|March 9||Mark Suby||Use of GPS Technology to locate: Burial Sites, Cemeteries, Land Grant & Buildings, plus Abandoned Towns. Current Technology can aid a Searcher locate a Wide Variety of Items.|
|April 13||Tour||Tour of the former St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Complex, Dougherty, Iowa|
|May 11||Round Table Discussion|
|June 8||Mark Suby and Rod Hungerford||ThruLines|
|August 10||IOWA CENTURY & HERITAGE FARMS|
|September 14||Carol Tinkey||Writing Obituaries|
|October 12||Rod Hungerford||WE ARE GOING TO AMERICA!|
|November 9||CONNECTONS TO THE PASSENGERS OF THE MAYFLOWER’S FIRST VOYAGE/Annual Meeting/ Election of Officers|
|December||Merry Christmas||A time to celebrate Christmas with family - No Meeting|
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