June 13 2015 Meeting

Speaker
Hal Horrocks
 
Presenting
“Road Trip”
And
“Resetting your Research”
 
 
10:00 am to 12:30 pm
St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, 8350 Lake Murray Blvd., San Diego, CA 92119
 
 

Biographical Sketch - Hal Horrocks

 

Hal Horrocks is a native of Long Beach and a 40 year Orange County resident currently living in Costa Mesa.  Hal Horrocks is a professional genealogist, teacher, author, and lecturer and has been doing family research for 17 years.  He is a member of several professional genealogical associations and is the current president of the Orange County California Genealogical Society (OCCGS) headquartered at the Huntington Beach Central Library.  Hal owns his own small manufacturing company and is a graduate of CSULB.  He has been lecturing to genealogical and other societies for the last 8 years on a range of subjects that include why people get involved in genealogy to conducting research in early England.


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Exclusively - March through October: Genealogy classes are held at 9am in the classrooms one flight above the regular meeting hall at St. Andrew's.


 

Speak Out for Indiana!

The Legal Genealogist: Speak out for Indiana! Please read and pass it on.
 
"One of Indiana’s great treasures, of immense value to genealogists, is on the political chopping block.
 
Will you join The Legal Genealogist in speaking out against a proposal to kill the Genealogy Department at the Indiana State Library? Word arrived yesterday from the Indiana Genealogical Society that the budget bill introduced in the Indiana House includes a massive 24% reduction in funding to the Indiana State Library. In addition to cutting at least 10% of the library staff, the bill would eliminate all funding — every last penny — for the Genealogy Department of the library..."
 

 

War of 1812 Pension Digitization Project

 
The Pension Records from the War of 1812 are among the most requested documents at the National Archives. Unfortunately, these fragile documents are in urgent need of digitization. In support of this monumental task of digitizing 7.2 million pages, Ancestry.com has provided a dollar for dollar matching grant, so every dollar you contribute will make four more pages accessible and free for everyone. http://www.preservethepensions.org/
 

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Meeting Locations
Please check the Calendar of Events for locations and dates. Each meeting may have a unique location as the society tries new meeting locations to serve our members. Monthly meetings are still held at St. Andrews Church.