Genealogy SIG

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A major genealogy online starting point.
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Software that converts GEDCOM files to web pages. There is a free version; the pay version is $20.
Online Probate Resources
Online probate resources - Brigham Young University
Personal Ancestry File
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Cherokee Nation of Mexico
Cherokee music, languages, and medicine
Sovereign Amonsoquath Band of Cherokee
This website lists family names of Cherokee and Powhatan tribes
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Beginning Genealogy Outline
Outline created specifically for ICON by former Genealogy SIG leader, Judith McClung.
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Free help is available if you know who and how to ask.
Judith in the Ozarks
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Springfield-Greene County Library - InfoLink Genealogy
Other Genealogy Links

The Genealogy SIG meets the 4th Saturday of each month from 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. The location varies, but will be listed on this page and in the monthly newsletter.

The Genealogy SIG is an informal setting where you can share your experiences and learn about searching for your roots, genealogical resources and software. There is no "class outline"; instead, SIG Leader, Mary Phillips, uses your questions to demonstrate geneaological problem-solving methods and use of specific materials.

If you have specific questions, please e-mail Mary as early as possible prior to the meeting. She cannot do your research for you, nor can she possibly answer every question. She will do her best to cover the questions she feels will benefit the most attendees.

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