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Wednesday, February 20
Planning an Ancestral Trip with Terri O'Connell  (Monthly Meetings)
6:30 pm to 8:45 pm
Wheaton Public Library (lower level), 225 N. Cross Street, Wheaton, Illinois
Planning an Ancestral Trip can take a lot of time. This lecture will touch on how you will know the time is right, as well as places you should add to your list, and if / when you should involve a travel agent.



FamilySearch.org – The Ultimate Free, Online Genealogy Resource with Maureen Brady
Saturday, March 2
FamilySearch.org – The Ultimate Free, Online Genealogy Resource with Maureen Brady  (Class)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Wheaton Public Library, Lower level, Meeting room A
FamilySearch.org is the largest, free genealogy resource on the internet.  As a new FamilySearch affiliate library, discover what additional digital records are available at Wheaton Public Library and how to access them. Learn how to search the catalog, add photos, stories and documents to your account and view FamilySearch’s digitized books.
 
Please register online at wheatonlibrary.org using the ‘Programs and Events’ calendar or call 630-868-7520.
The class fee is $10, payable with check/cash at the class.
Registration is requested, but not required.
 
 


44th Annual Conference
Saturday, March 9
44th Annual Conference  (Conference)
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
NIU Conference Center, Naperville, IL
 
See details and registration in EVENTS
 
 


Navigating the Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court Archives
Saturday, March 16
Navigating the Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court Archives  (Class)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Wheaton Public Library, Lower level, Meeting room A
The Circuit Court Archives are a great, often overlooked resource. Presented by Raymond Johnson, the History Cop, this class concentrates on a very practical approach to on-site court research including, civil, law and chancery cases, divorces, wills and probates, county naturalizations, declarations of intentions, criminal cases and burnt records.
 
Please register online at wheatonlibrary.org using the ‘Programs and Events’ calendar or call 630-868-7520.
The class fee is $10, payable with check/cash at the class.
Registration is requested, but not required.
 
 


FamilySearch.org -- Part 2: Family Tree with Maureen Brady
Saturday, March 23
FamilySearch.org -- Part 2: Family Tree with Maureen Brady  (Class)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Wheaton Public Library, Lower level, Meeting room A
Learn how to create and use FamilySearch’s Family Tree.
 
Please register online at wheatonlibrary.org using the ‘Programs and Events’ calendar or call 630-868-7520.
The class fee is $10, payable with check/cash at the class.
Registration is requested, but not required.
 
 



DNA from A to B with Genealogist Dan Hubbard
Saturday, April 6
DNA from A to B with Genealogist Dan Hubbard  (Class)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Wheaton Public Library, Lower level, Meeting Room A
DNA explained in a simplified, easy to understand manner. 
 
Please register online at wheatonlibrary.org using the ‘Programs and Events’ calendar or call 630-868-7520.
 
Each class is $10, payable with check or cash at the class. 
Registration is requested, but not required. 


Mapping the Past: Navigating your family history with maps with Dr. Daniel Hubbard
Wednesday, April 17
Mapping the Past: Navigating your family history with maps with Dr. Daniel Hubbard  (Monthly Meetings)
6:30 pm to 8:45 pm
Wheaton Public Library (lower level), 225 N. Cross Street, Wheaton, Illinois
Mapping the Past looks at different types of maps and how to use them to understand your ancestors' towns and migrations; changing borders and extracting data and even names from maps.



Dusting Off Those Old Court Records with Jane G. Haldeman
Wednesday, May 15
Dusting Off Those Old Court Records with Jane G. Haldeman  (Monthly Meetings)
6:30 pm to 8:45 pm
Wheaton Public Library (lower level), 225 N. Cross Street, Wheaton, Illinois
More than birth, death, and marriage records are waiting to be discovered in the courthouse. Wills, probates, deeds, and court cases are some of the wonderful information and stories to be found in in those dusty old books. Learn what records are available, where the records can be found, and what to do to get ready for that courthouse trip.