The Luck o' the Irish!
A 2nd Chance to Learn About Researching Your Irish/Scots-Irish Ancestors
The March 14 all-day workshop, "Researching Your Irish & Scots-Irish Roots," is sold out –– but there's a 2nd chance to benefit from the event. The KGS team has received permission to record the sessions and make them available online for a limited time. Watch this space and the KGS Facebook page. Details are coming soon.
2 New Videos Online
(KGS 2nd Saturday Genealogy Feb. 8, 2020)
Both of Denyce Porter Peyton's sessions offered important how-to strategies for researchers.
1. Finding the Correct Oliver Porter Using the Proof Standard Methods
2. Discovering a Probable Family Branch Through Cluster Research
Related handouts are available, too.
If you're a KGS member, sign in and look for these videos under Members Only > 2nd Saturday Videos 2020. If you're not yet a member, please consider joining to have access to these videos and other KGS members-only benefits. Please allow KGS volunteers a few days to send your sign-in information after you join.
The Irish are coming!
March 14, 2020 – Frankfort
Representatives of the Ulster Historical Foundation will travel from the Emerald Isle to present this full-day KGS 2nd Saturday Genealogy special event.
Bluegrass Roots Index for 1974 and 1975
Has 3,985 Names!
Can You Help Us Index the Rest?
If more volunteers helped for one hour each, working in their own homes on their own schedule using KGS-provided online software, that job could be finished quickly. No indexing experience is required – just a willingness to help.
To volunteer for one hour (or longer, if you like), send email to Rosemary McFarland at email@example.com
Kentucky Genealogical Society
PO Box 153
Frankfort, Kentucky 40602
Last Updated 24 February 2020