EXETER —Sponsored by the William W. Treat Foundation, the next workshop in the American Independence Museum’s Genealogy Workshop Series takes place on Sat., September 21.
Titled “Researching Early New England Ancestry,” the workshop will explore how to locate and use published town vital records, church, colony, court, probate, land, military, and tax records.
“In some cases, these records have survived from the 17th century and been abstracted and published,” noted museum Executive Director Emma Stratton. “This workshop will teach attendees how to find and use them to support their own research.”
Presented in partnership with New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS), the workshop will take place from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the museum’s Folsom Tavern on Sat., September 21.
Fees are $20.00 for museum/NEHGS members and $30.00 for 'not-yet' members. Space is limited, reservations are required.
The final workshop in the series, “Writing Your Family History: Taking the First Steps,” takes place on November 16.
Home to a world-class collection of 3,000 historic artifacts, the museum welcomes more than 5,500 visitors annually and distinguishes itself with educational school programs and events that make history fun and relevant.
To purchase workshop tickets, visit independencemuseum.org.