This program will be presented virtually due to COVID-19. An email address is needed to register for the meeting. A couple of days prior to the program, an invitation will be sent to the email address that you indicated in your registration with information on the program. You will be able to ask questions during the program via chat or computer microphone.
The Real Life of Vital Records: Secrets to Finding Them Today with Diane Boumenot
Understanding when, where and why vital records were created, and the changes in those practices over the years, can help us find them today. What additional abstracts have been created for the southern New England states? What forms of these records are available online? What kind of records might take the place of a vital record? Improve your family history research today by maximizing your ability to locate the records that tie generations together.
Diane MacLean Boumenot is an avid researcher of her family's roots in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Nova Scotia. A graduate of Wesleyan University with a degree in History and English, Diane is a graduate of ProGen 28. She speaks on genealogical topics locally and through Legacy Family Tree Webinars. She is the co-author with Maureen Taylor, in 2018, of the National Genealogical Society's Research in the States book, Research in Rhode Island, and maintains a website of her family history journey called One Rhode Island Family.
Sunday, October 04
1:00pm - 2:00pm
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Portsmouth Free Public Library
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