In an effort to go green, CGS no longer has flyers and other handouts at the general meetings (with the possible exception of handouts brought by guest speakers). Instead, we are providing information for research help available here so you can print them out or copy them to your computer for reference. If you have something that would be helpful to our members, please send it, or a link to it, to Jean Hibben, webmaster, and mark “CGS hints/helps” in the subject line; I’ll make it available here as long as there are no copyright restrictions.

 

OUR OWN CORONA PUBLIC LIBRARY PROVIDES US WITH LOTS OF GENEALOGY HELP ON THE SHELVES AND COMPUTERS AT 650 S. MAIN ST. CLICK HERE

HANDOUTS OF HELPS & HINTS“Rawlins’ Resources” – genealogy website links from Lyle RawlinsVital records information

US Census headings, 1790-1940

Non-population agricultural schedules, 1850-1880

Cousin Relationships handout from Jean Hibben

Organizing Genealogy handout from Len Enlow

Preserving Family Treasures_handout from Jennifer Marlatt

Larry Naukam’s NY and Ancestry Links

Hibben’s Interviewing Handout

Mary Anne Vincent’s Websites for Civil War POWs

Notes for Native American Research-Hibben

Handout for Genealogy Learning Opportunities-von Aspern-Parker

Hibben’s City Directories handout

Handout on Naturalization Records Research – Enlow

Larry Naukam’s Handout on Using Maps for Research

Hibben’s Audacity handout, copyright 2015

PLACES FOR HELP – INSTRUCTION & RESEARCHCorona Family History Center, 1123 S. Lincoln, CoronaThe Records Project – Find Anyone Online

CLASSES/EVENTS IN SO. CAL. & ON-LINE

Orange Regional Family History Library Class Schedule

FamilySearch.org Learning Resources: articles, video lectures, and discussion forums