It’s Time to Climb Over that Pesky Brick Wall!

Are you up against a genealogical¬†“brick wall?”¬†Often in our family history research we create our own brick walls because of the things we do not know or do not know how to find. Sometimes the information, or at least clues to the information, is staring us in the face and we simply miss it!¬† WhileContinue reading “It’s Time to Climb Over that Pesky Brick Wall!”

The FamilySearch Research Wiki: Your Genealogy BFF

One of the most important tools in genealogy research is the free FamilySearch Research Wiki. International in scope, the ever-changing wiki offers historical information, articles, online records, links to information on places all over the world (countries, states, provinces, counties, parishes, etc.), migration trails, local history, African American research, American Indian information, other ethnic research,Continue reading “The FamilySearch Research Wiki: Your Genealogy BFF”

Searching After Sunset

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event has been postponed. Are you curious about your family history? Need more time in the Ivy Room? Clarke-Oconee Genealogical Society (COGS) is partnering with Oconee County Library for an after-hours genealogy research event on Friday, March 20, 2020 from 5:45 – 9:00 p.m. This event is open toContinue reading “Searching After Sunset”