Thursday, 23 March 2017

OGS Ottawa Branch March Meeting

Genealogy Quilt is the topic for the main presentation on Saturday, 25 March.
David Walker and his wife Suzan will talk about their genealogy quilt entitled “They Came on Ships”, which features migration routes of twenty-five of their ancestors beginning in the early 1600s. The quilt, which took several hundred hours to complete, is an inventive way to showcase the migration of David’s ancestors. The quilt was displayed at the annual conference of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada in 2016.
That meeting starts at 1 pm with a 30 minute social period.

At 10:30 an the Genealogy: Back to Basics  session is on "Church Records"

Following the main meeting the Computer Special Interest Group will meet at 3 pm.

It all happens at the City of Ottawa Archives, 100 Tallwood Drive (Room 115).

Find out more about the branch and its mission to encourage, assist and bring together all those interested in the pursuit of family history, with a focus on the counties of Carleton, Lanark, Renfrew, Prescott, and Russell.

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