genealogy

Genealogy Coach

Need advice on where to find that elusive record or data? Visit the Reference Desk, Second Floor, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. for a one-on-one session with Genealogy Coach Mandy Cerrillo. Family history researchers now have the opportunity to receive assistance, one-on-one, from someone with years of experience. 

About Mandy Cerrillo

Mandy retired from the Victoria Public Library, Victoria, Texas, in 2004 after 23 years of service. She worked as Library Assistant in the Texas/Local History-Genealogy Room and Reference Desk. She has been working on her own family research for the past 40 years and has met several cousins throughout her research. Her genealogy research has been through libraries, Ancestry.com,  Familysearch.com, books, attending genealogy conferences and genealogy societies. She owns numerous genealogy books and has formed several family genealogy groups on Facebook. She uses the Family Tree Maker software to download her family trees from genealogy sites. 

Genealogy Coach

Need advice on where to find that elusive record or data? Visit the Reference Desk, Second Floor, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. for a one-on-one session with Genealogy Coach Mandy Cerrillo. Family history researchers now have the opportunity to receive assistance, one-on-one, from someone with years of experience. 

About Mandy Cerrillo

Mandy retired from the Victoria Public Library, Victoria, Texas, in 2004 after 23 years of service. She worked as Library Assistant in the Texas/Local History-Genealogy Room and Reference Desk. She has been working on her own family research for the past 40 years and has met several cousins throughout her research. Her genealogy research has been through libraries, Ancestry.com,  Familysearch.com, books, attending genealogy conferences and genealogy societies. She owns numerous genealogy books and has formed several family genealogy groups on Facebook. She uses the Family Tree Maker software to download her family trees from genealogy sites. 

Genealogy Coach

Need advice on where to find that elusive record or data? Visit the Reference Desk, Second Floor, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. for a one-on-one session with Genealogy Coach Mandy Cerrillo. Family history researchers now have the opportunity to receive assistance, one-on-one, from someone with years of experience. 

About Mandy Cerrillo

Mandy retired from the Victoria Public Library, Victoria, Texas, in 2004 after 23 years of service. She worked as Library Assistant in the Texas/Local History-Genealogy Room and Reference Desk. She has been working on her own family research for the past 40 years and has met several cousins throughout her research. Her genealogy research has been through libraries, Ancestry.com,  Familysearch.com, books, attending genealogy conferences and genealogy societies. She owns numerous genealogy books and has formed several family genealogy groups on Facebook. She uses the Family Tree Maker software to download her family trees from genealogy sites. 

Genealogy Coach

Need advice on where to find that elusive record or data? Visit the Reference Desk, Second Floor, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. for a one-on-one session with Genealogy Coach Mandy Cerrillo. Family history researchers now have the opportunity to receive assistance, one-on-one, from someone with years of experience. 

About Mandy Cerrillo

Mandy retired from the Victoria Public Library, Victoria, Texas, in 2004 after 23 years of service. She worked as Library Assistant in the Texas/Local History-Genealogy Room and Reference Desk. She has been working on her own family research for the past 40 years and has met several cousins throughout her research. Her genealogy research has been through libraries, Ancestry.com,  Familysearch.com, books, attending genealogy conferences and genealogy societies. She owns numerous genealogy books and has formed several family genealogy groups on Facebook. She uses the Family Tree Maker software to download her family trees from genealogy sites. 

Genealogy Coach

Need advice on where to find that elusive record or data? Visit the Reference Desk, Second Floor, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. for a one-on-one session with Genealogy Coach Mandy Cerrillo. Family history researchers now have the opportunity to receive assistance, one-on-one, from someone with years of experience. 

About Mandy Cerrillo

Mandy retired from the Victoria Public Library, Victoria, Texas, in 2004 after 23 years of service. She worked as Library Assistant in the Texas/Local History-Genealogy Room and Reference Desk. She has been working on her own family research for the past 40 years and has met several cousins throughout her research. Her genealogy research has been through libraries, Ancestry.com,  Familysearch.com, books, attending genealogy conferences and genealogy societies. She owns numerous genealogy books and has formed several family genealogy groups on Facebook. She uses the Family Tree Maker software to download her family trees from genealogy sites. 

WCGS University

  • Do you want to get started building your family tree?
  • Need help finding the information and records you need?
  • Or help with internet searching?
  • Or programs?
  • Or anything else genealogical?

The Williamson County Genealogical Society Meeting hosts WCGS University on the last Saturday of each month (with a few exceptions), from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Round Rock Public Library, Meeting Room B. Topics and presenters for these classes vary. We will introduce you to tools and techniques that will help you locate more of the documents and records to solve your genealogical brick walls. In December, we will meet on Saturday, Dec. 14.

WCGS meetings and workshops are FREE and open to the public so bring your friends!

 

Genealogy Coach

Need advice on where to find that elusive record or data? Visit the Reference Desk, Second Floor, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. for a one-on-one session with Genealogy Coach Mandy Cerrillo. Family history researchers now have the opportunity to receive assistance, one-on-one, from someone with years of experience. 

About Mandy Cerrillo

Mandy retired from the Victoria Public Library, Victoria, Texas, in 2004 after 23 years of service. She worked as Library Assistant in the Texas/Local History-Genealogy Room and Reference Desk. She has been working on her own family research for the past 40 years and has met several cousins throughout her research. Her genealogy research has been through libraries, Ancestry.com,  Familysearch.com, books, attending genealogy conferences and genealogy societies. She owns numerous genealogy books and has formed several family genealogy groups on Facebook. She uses the Family Tree Maker software to download her family trees from genealogy sites. 

Genealogy Coach

Need advice on where to find that elusive record or data? Visit the Reference Desk, Second Floor, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. for a one-on-one session with Genealogy Coach Mandy Cerrillo. Family history researchers now have the opportunity to receive assistance, one-on-one, from someone with years of experience. 

About Mandy Cerrillo

Mandy retired from the Victoria Public Library, Victoria, Texas, in 2004 after 23 years of service. She worked as Library Assistant in the Texas/Local History-Genealogy Room and Reference Desk. She has been working on her own family research for the past 40 years and has met several cousins throughout her research. Her genealogy research has been through libraries, Ancestry.com,  Familysearch.com, books, attending genealogy conferences and genealogy societies. She owns numerous genealogy books and has formed several family genealogy groups on Facebook. She uses the Family Tree Maker software to download her family trees from genealogy sites. 

Genealogy Coach

Need advice on where to find that elusive record or data? Visit the Reference Desk, Second Floor, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. for a one-on-one session with Genealogy Coach Mandy Cerrillo. Family history researchers now have the opportunity to receive assistance, one-on-one, from someone with years of experience. 

About Mandy Cerrillo

Mandy retired from the Victoria Public Library, Victoria, Texas, in 2004 after 23 years of service. She worked as Library Assistant in the Texas/Local History-Genealogy Room and Reference Desk. She has been working on her own family research for the past 40 years and has met several cousins throughout her research. Her genealogy research has been through libraries, Ancestry.com,  Familysearch.com, books, attending genealogy conferences and genealogy societies. She owns numerous genealogy books and has formed several family genealogy groups on Facebook. She uses the Family Tree Maker software to download her family trees from genealogy sites.