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January 2019

January 2 , 2019 - "Where to get help for your computer" by Clint Williams. There are several places to get computer help. Many are free and a few you have to pay for.Time : 9:30 at Place: Southwood Community Ceneter - College Station, texas

January 9, 2019 - "Civil War Ancestors Part 2 " by Rhonda Bauer and Bob Hensz Bob Hensz will talk about 2 civil war ancestors, William Giesenslag and Moses McIntyre and some of the battles they fought in. William Giesenslag joined the 5th Texas Cavalry, CSA in Brenham, TX ,then left the regiment at some point and joined the 2nd Texas Cavalry USA (Union) early in 1865. His other ancestor, Moses McIntyre was in the 58th Indiana volunteer Infantry.Henry Hanson will talk about his civil war ancestor, Marion Benjamin Sturkey who joined Hampton's Legion, in South Carolina, which later became part of Hood's TX Brigade. Hampton's Legion fought at some of the most famous battles in the Civil War in Virginia. 9 : 30 -11 A M College Station Water Treatment Plant 2200 North Forest Parkway , College Station,TX

January 15, 2019 - Tuesday not Wednesday - "How to search the DAR records" by Jane Ranck. The Daughters of the American Revolution website offers a lot of information even for those who are not members. Jane will lead us through the website that includes ancestors, members, descenndants, the DAR Library CAtalog and other things that are available. Whether you are a member, potential applicant or an interested party, you will enjoy this presentation - I promise. Third W edn e s d ay o f the month - 9 : 30 -11 A M
College Station Water Treatment Plant 2200 North Forest Parkway , College Station,TX

January 27 and 28, 2019 - Free Basic Genealogy Classes We have the Bryan Library Computer Room for our orientation classes on also February 3/4 and 10/11 - Place: Bryan Public Library Computer Room Time: 10:00 to 12:00

January 30, 2019 - “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" – Archival discoveries at the Carnegie.” Exploring the archives at the Carnegie Library of Bryan, Texas by Rachael C. Medders, M. Ed.- Branch Manager- Carnegie History Center at 111 South Main Street Bryan, Texas 77803 Phone: 979-209-5631 www.bcslibrary.org/carnegie Meeting are held on the last Wednesday of each month, Time: 9:30 am, at the A&M United Methodist Church, 417 University Drive, College Station, Texas .


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