Friday, June 18, 2010

GLENDA G. LLOYD, Speaker at Family History Day

It is a pleasure to introduce Glenda Gardner Lloyd as a speaker at Family History Day at the California State Archives.

Glenda Gardner Lloyd teaches genealogy classes through San Juan Adult Education Center in Citrus Heights, California. She participates in local seminars for the California State Archives, the Regional Family History Center , the Sacramento City Library, and does workshops for many local societies. She has lectured for the Salt Lake Institute for Genealogy.

Glenda is a founding member and past President of Root Cellar-Sacramento Genealogical Society. She is currently the Society's Parlimentarian and contributor to the Society's quarterly periodical, The Preserves. Genealogy is her hobby and her passion which she hopes to share with all of you. Glenda is an avid quilter when she's not teaching genealogy or researching her family's ancestral roots.

Glenda Gardner Lloyd will be presenting two classes:

Census records: Census records are the backbone of American genealogy. They place your family in a location every ten years from 1790 to 1930. Later census show family relatonships, year of immigration, naturalization and many many other clues to suggest further research.

Vital records: Birth, marriage and death records are the foundation for your genealogical records. These records may be at the state, county or town level; each level of jurisdiction should be searched. Some of these records are available online.

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