Military Records for Family History Research

Saturday, 12 November 2022 at 2:00 p.m. EST via Zoom and in-person

Military records are a great resource for learning about people in your family and there are more than most of us know about. On November 12, Laura W. Carter will provide a brief overview of military records, including some you might not know exist, and explain why you should learn to use them.

Join the Clarke-Oconee Genealogical Society and Laura W. Carter in the auditorium of the Oconee County Library or online via Zoom for this hybrid program.

The handout and a pdf of the slides will be available in the Member Resources section of the COGS website after the presentation. Click Join in the menu above to become a COGS member today!

Attendance is free and open to the public, but registration is required to receive the Zoom link. Limited seats are available for both in-person and Zoom options.

Zoom Registration link: Registration is closed

Attend in person: Auditorium, Oconee County Library, 1080 Experiment Station Road, Watkinsville, GA 30677

Laura W. Carter MEd, MLIS, SLIS spent forty plus years working in libraries to help people get the information they need. In 1997, she took a position in charge of the Heritage Room at the Athens‐Clarke County Library in Athens, GA and began attending IGHR as the best and most efficient way of helping her library’s genealogy patrons. Laura presents to local societies and teaches classes on genealogy and library resources in OLLI at UGA (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Georgia). She loves to learn new things and to teach others new things, so found working in libraries the best job in the world. Now retired from the library, Laura enjoys sharing her knowledge of resources and how to use them with anyone who will listen. She is a member of multiple historical, genealogical, and historic preservation organizations.

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