Freeborn County Genealogy Society
1033 Bridge Avenue
Albert Lea, MN 56007



The following information comes from selected articles in the FCGS Tracer for the months of January, February,March, and April. The Tracer is published quarterly and is free to members of the FCGS. Non-members can purchase a copy of the FCGS Tracer for $2.00 each.
  
EDITOR: Vickie Storlie

The Freeborn County Tracer is published four times per year: January/February/March; April/May/June;  July/ August/September;  October; November/December/





September, October, November, December 2018
    iSSUE NO. 230

January – March meetings held at 10:00 A.M at the Freeborn County Historical Museum.
April - December meetings held at 7:00 P.M. at the Freeborn County Historical Museum.

FCGS PROGRAMS
SERVERS FOR 2018
Sep. 10: Roger Lonning
Oct.  08: Linda Evenson - To be determined
Nov. 12: Roger Lonning - I've been living a lie.
Dec. 10: Christmas Meal

New Members
Carl & Mary Anderson
907 Kings Mill Rd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
919-240-7358
cwa@bnl.gov


OFFICER/DIRECTORS:

                                                                   President: Lois Ahern                                                                        Treasurer: VickieStorlie                                                                                                                                                         
                                                                  Secretary: Kaye Klukow                                                                     Vice President: Lynn Krueger   
     
  
       

               Board of Directors: Roger Lonning, Millie Roberts, Jain Maiden, Jean Pelikan

Nominating Committee
Linda Evenson and Roger Lonning graciously consented to be on the nominating committee for finding officers and
Board Members for 2019. Many Thanks.

2019 Dues
Reminder that your membership expires on December 31, 2018. 
Dues are $20.00

Make your checks payable to:
    FCGS
    1033 Bridge Ave.
    Albert Lea, MN 56007-2005

Salt Lake City Trip
Five members went to Salt Lake City the end of August. The weather was excellent while we were there.  Besides
researching we attended two webinars on beginning DNA.

The webinars are later posted to the Family History Library's  website under Help Learning Center ( top right hand corner of the website).



Web Sites:

Ancestry DNA Updated Ethnicity

https://iwww.ancestry.com/dna/lp/ev4?o xid=92323&o lid=92323&o sch=Social+Media+Natural




Bureau of Land Management

https://glorecords.blm.gov/default.aspx



 













The Costume Detective, How to Date a Photograph using Costume History


httpt://www.fashion-era.com/Dating_Costume_History_Pictures/costume_detective_1910_crowd_1.htm