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Buffalo Irish Genealogical Society Presents:
The GATHERING OF THE CLANS
Saturday: April 19,
100 Lee St.,
(between South Park
and Elk streets - 5 minutes from the Buffalo Irish Center)
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
* FREE GENEALOGY
* First Come, First Served & Time Limited
* Individual Assistance from BIGS members available
* Blank Generation charts and Family Group Sheets will be
* Free WIFI
Genealogical Society is creating a genealogical “session”...a gathering of family genealogists for the
purpose of celebrating their common interest in genealogy by talking it out
together and networking in a relaxed, informal setting, while in the process,
generally enhancing the knowledge of listeners and participants seeking
genealogical answers or different methods for research. Enjoy some
tea and Irish soda bread while you visit.
You can’t beat the cost of a FREE genealogical
consultation! Please join us!
Carlisle Journal Feb. 15, 1845 [Cumberlandshire, England]
Saturday 15 Feb 1845 (p. 3, col. 6-7)
At the Town of Kendal, Orleans County, in the state of New York, America, on the 30th of October last, John BRECKONS, in the 38th
year of his age, eldest son of the late Mr. Andrew BRECKONS, of Wetheral, in this county.
This month, WNYGS is proud to partner with the Polish Genealogical Society
of New York State for our free April program, "Understanding and Exploring
Your Polish Genealogy".
Join us on Saturday, April 12th as PGSNYS Vice-President David Newman
discusses Poland's history and how the country's borders have changed
throughout the years. Discover which five languages are most commonly found
in Polish genealogical documents. Learn best practices for researching
Polish surnames. Information on various Polish genealogical reference works
will also be included.
Other representatives from the PGSNYS, including Denise Oliansky,
president, and Dolores Ferguson, secretary, will be in attendance to answer
audience questions and provide surname look-ups from the Society's
Date: Saturday, April 12, 2014
Time: 10:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Location: Central Meeting Room, 2nd Floor, Central Branch, Buffalo & Erie
County Public Library, 1 Lafayette Square, Buffalo, New York 14203
Visit the WNYGS' website at http://wnygs.org/meeting-2014-04.html for
complete location and parking information.