The Williamson County Genealogical Society meets on the third Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Round Rock Public Library, Meeting Room A. Meetings are open to the public. A different topic is discussed each month, providing an excellent resource to those interested in learning about their family history.
Join us Thursday, May 17 for “Preparing to Write Your Family History,” presented by Mary Scrudder. Mary, a native of east Tennessee, has been researching her families for over 40 years. Her research experience includes courthouses, state archives, the Family History Library, the National Archive, the Library of Congress, and loads of local libraries. She has attended genealogical institutes in Alabama, Utah, and Washington, DC. Mary has pestered the living, all over the world, looking for family information. She has been a community volunteer at the Round Rock Family History center for over 15 years. Her research specialty is Virginia and the Carolinas. Always expecting to share her discoveries in family group sheets and pedigree charts, the need to write a family story came gradually, and painfully. Mary has one book in the Library of Congress and was recently published in the Williamson County Genealogical Society Quarterly. She is a firm supporter of cornbread without sugar.
Please visit the WCGS website for more information about upcoming meetings.
To learn more
Contact Julie Chapa, 512-218-7014.