Friday, May 10, 2013
Friday, April 12, 2013
*James Dutton has several notations of payments made for services as a Revolutionary Soldier. He is listed as a private in Capt Samuel Gilberts Co, Col William Prescott's Reg muster roll August 1, 1775. On Jan 3, 1777 James Dutton, Littleton is paid 1.7.9 1/2 for wages due under the command of Maj William Bacon, Brewer's Regt Artificers. And most interesting, he is found at Valley Forge in the winter of 1778.
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Saturday, February 23, 2013
March 7th will be the final presentation for this series. Laura Prescott will speak on researching ancestors on the internet. Call to reserve a spot 978 540-2600.
Photos from February 7th
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Join us for more fun on February 7 (snow date February 14) for a talk by Henry F. Scannell who is the Curator of Microtext and Newspapers at the Boston Public Library. The BPL is one of the oldest and largest libraries in the country and offers many resources to genealogical researchers: databases, newspapers, indexes, directories and other source materials. Maybe you'll find a way to break down that Brick Wall!
Sunday, December 30, 2012
First of 4 Presentations*
Thursday January 24, 2013 Genealogy 101 by Peter Barbella
(Snow date January 31)
their family roots and histories. It is presented in four major sections:
Growing Your Database will show you how to utilize genealogy societies
Presenting Your Information will focus on the ways that you can arrange your data
Technology Tools covers the value of scanners, digital cameras and Smart Pens in your research