CCGSI Member Social June 17, 2015


 
CCGSI Member and Guest Luncheon
Come on out and join us for
Dutch treat Social with our Genealogy Friends.
 Let’s share our summer plans and our hopes for the fall season of Genealogy
 
June 17 at 12 Noon
RSVP to Dottie Baugh By June 12
 
 
Luigi's Restaurant
3883 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte, FL 33952


Summer Genealogy Discussion Sessions


This summer, we are planning to offer monthly round table discussion sessions on genealogy topics, starting in May and ending in August.
These sessions will meet on the second Monday of each month at the Mid-County Regional Library from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Plan to attend and keep your genealogy projects active throughout the summer.
No reservations are needed, just show up and bring your questions or problems to the group.
Who knows, someone may be able to offer some assistance or a suggestion that makes a big difference.
We will have available as many power strips as possible so you can plug in your laptops and follow along as we solve the toughest genealogy problems. We will need volunteer assistants for each session.
Please contact Jim Maloney at maloneyj6@gmail.com if you can volunteer as an assistant for one of the dates below. 
 
 
Monday 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
 
June 8 Room C
 
Monday 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
 
July 13 Room C
Monday 10:30 am to 12:30 pm August 10
 
Room A/B
 

 

2015 Volunteer Luncheon Group Photo


 
Thank you to everyone who attended, it was a fun day!
The food was great and the friends were delightful.
To check out our group photo, click here


Upcoming Events
06/06/2015 - 9:30 am
European Gateways to the New World – Hamburg and Bremen
Lee County Library, South Bldg., 1651 Lee St. Rm. A&B
06/08/2015 - 10:30 am
Summer Genealogy Discussion Sessions
Mid-County Library room C
06/17/2015 - 12:00 pm
CCGSI Member and guest luncheon
LUIGI'S 3883 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 33952


Tips & Tricks
Death Records can be the least accurate records depending upon the knowledge of the person reporting the information about the deceased.. Unfortunately, you will never be able to report your own information. How much do your children know about you?

To find a birth date from a death date, subtract the age in years, months and days from the date of death. This is a very close approximation.

Vital records and event information are more reliable when they are recorded near the time of the happening. The longer the time from the event occurrence that the record is made, the less accurate it may be based on the memory of the person involved.