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WINDHAM COUNTY — The second meeting of the Windham County Genealogical Interest Group will be held via Zoom on Saturday, Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. to noon.

The meeting is free and open to the public, but will be limited to the first 30 people to register, which one can do at https://bit.ly/windhamgen2.

Genealogists Jerry Carbone of Whetstone Brook Genealogy, and Wayne Blanchard, genealogy volunteer at Rockingham Public Library, will facilitate the event sponsored by Rockingham Public Library and Brooks Memorial Library.

The program on Aug. 8 will focus on using genealogical software, RootsMagic, and Reunion, which are tools to assist in constructing a family tree and keeping track of your research. Part of the session will be devoted to sharing our genealogical research questions and planning topics for the next meeting.

Future meetings of the group will meet bi-monthly alternating between Brooks and Rockingham Libraries; dates and times will be announced when the group is able to meet physically.

For more information contact windhamcountygig@gmail.com



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