East Texas Genealogical Society
Thursday, March 28, 2002
starts at 11:30 (but you can come later).
ends at 1:30 (or earlier or later, depending on how chatty we get).
Where: at Honey-B-Ham, 3400-A South Broadway, Tyler TX (corner of Amherst & Broadway).
What to eat: Soups, sandwiches, special lunches, & excellent desserts.
Hope to see you there. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Scott Fitzgerald, President of ETGS - firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for information on my husband's ancestor: Henry Rose. Henry &
family first lived in Cherokee Co., then removed to Smith Co. by 1860
where the whole family is living in Garden Valley Beat. I have not been
able to find any of the family members in 1870.
Henry Rose b. 1820 TN
Wife: Sarah b. 1820 TN
Married ca 1837 in AR
1.Wm. Jasper b. 1838 AR
2.Elizabeth Ann b. 1840 AR
3.Mary Frances b. 1842 AR
(m. B.F. George 1865?)
4.John B. b. 1844 TX
5.Christopher C. b. 1846 TX
6.Sarah b. 1847 TX
A Special FREE Seminar sponsored by the Family History Center of Tyler and the East Texas Genealogical Society
Saturday, March 16, 2002
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
1617 Shiloh Road, Tyler, TX
8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
SEARCHING FOR FAMILY THROUGH CENSUS RECORDS
Special Guest Speaker: Kris Richens will cover the 1930 Census and On-line Census Research
Other topics include:
1. Different Types of Census Records
2. Indexed Census 1880-1920
3. Soundex/Miracode for 1880-1920 Census
The Gregg County Genealogy Society will meet tomorrow, Tuesday 5, at 7:00
PM at the Longview Public Library. Come early and visit the library's
Family History Room.
Speaker will be Willie Earl Tindall from San Augustine.
Subject: "Religion in the Red Lands: Recollections and Reckonings"
Willie Earl is a wonderful speaker and extremely intertaining. She is the
Director for the San Augustine Learning Center. She has served as the
register of the DAR for many years. She has reorgani
March Meeting of East Texas Genealogical Society
Saturday, March 9, 2002
Tyler Public Library - Taylor Auditorium
Speaker: John A. Sellers
Program: "To Be, To Wed, To Pass"
For those of you who have not heard John Sellers speak, you are in a treat. Mr. Sellers will be discussing the evidence presented in birth, marriage, and death records and the substitutes for these both in and out of the courthouse.
John A. Sellers is a fifth generation native to Hopkins County, Texas. He graduated from
Panola County Historical & Genealogical Association and East Texas Genealogical Society
presents a Special Joint Program on
Saturday, March 30, 2002 at
Panola County Historical & Genealogical Association Meeting Room,
213 North Shelby Street, Carthage, TX 75633 starting at
Speaker: John A. Sellers
Program: "20th Century Research: From Carriages to Spaceships"
For those of you who have not heard John Sellers speak, you are in for a treat. Mr. Sellers will be discussing the different records a
If anyone wants to ride with me or follow me to Carthage, I am planning to meet at the parking lot across from the library at 12:15. Please let me know if you are coming because I hope to leave as soon as possible after that.
Don't forget about the luncheon tomorrow at Honey-B-Ham.