—”Genealogy by Understanding our Ancestors’ Religious Heritage” – March 12, 2014 – Free Educational Genealogy Program

Guests are Always Welcome!

6:30 p.m. refreshments and social time. 7:00 p.m. a free genealogy program in Meeting Room A at the Allen County Public Library (ACPL), 900 Library Plaza, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Education Program——


—Presented by Curt Sylvester author of six genealogical books shelved in the ACPL Family History Room, past president of ACGSI, current Chair of Programming, and State President of Indiana AARP.
—A review of our ancestor’s religious heritage including Judaism, early Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Protestant Reformation, Presbyterians, Anabaptists, English Reformation, Quakers, Moravians, Methodists, and national religions. Each of these movements affected our ancestors in how they thought, where they lived, and the records they left.

To review our other programs go to our 2013-2014 brochure of Free Educational Genealogy Programs.

Genealogy Technology Group

GTG-title-Meets the third Wednesday evening of each month September to May in Meeting Room B at 7:00 p.m at ACPL. We have an open discussion of anything related to the internet, computers, social media, genealogy software and much much more. Bring your questions and/or problems to the Allen County Public Library, Room B on the third Thursday of each month from 7:00-8:30 pm.

2 comments so far

  1. Teresa Kahle on

    It’d be so great for all of us who can’t make it to Fort Wayne if the program was video taped and accessible on the site.

  2. Carol on

    I agree. I live in Oklahoma and I love Allen County Website, so helpful

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