I’ve been working on promoting the Smyrna Historical and Genealogical Society program for June 27th. It will be Susan Sloan, a former Smyrna native, who will present “The Census Taker’s Tracks.”
The Census Taker’s Tracks
History of the census and information on data on specific censuses will be presented in an interactive format. Clues to finding elusive female ancestors will be addressed. Often overlooked clues found on specific censuses will be noted. Tips for finding your family on the census will be reviewed.
Susan Sloan is a professional genealogist whose areas of concentration are teaching family history classes, conducting private lineage research, and preparing lineage applications. She has authored articles in several genealogical publications in Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina. She holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Education degrees from Georgia State University.
The Smyrna Historical and Genealogical Society operates the all volunteer Smyrna History Museum located on Atlanta Rd.
See www.smyrnahistory.org for Museum volunteer opportunities and membership.
Check Facebook at “Smyrna History Museum” for periodic Museum events.
Also, please visit my Smyrna Genealogical pages at www.smyrnahistory.com/genea/
Visit the Smyrna Museum with free admission on Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. See me there on the second and third Tuesday morings, 10 to 1.