General links for Russian genealogical and family history research (Now Russian Federation)
See also Europe and Eastern Europe sections
How to Research Genealogy in Russia by Lisa A. Alzo, December 18, 2013, Family Tree Magazine: https://www.familytreemagazine.com/premium/research-genealogy-in-russia
Russian records & research aids, FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/location/1927021?region=Russia
Russia, research lessons, including an introduction and lessons on reading Russian documents: https://www.familysearch.org/ask/landing?show=lessons&search=Russia
Russia, FamilySearch wiki: https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Russia_Genealogy
Finding Lost Russian and Ukrainian Family, Vera Miller: https://lostrussianfamily.wordpress.com/important-links-for-finding-family/
Please note – the BCGS Library will be closed
April 7th, Saturday – so that BCGS volunteers may attend the BCGS Annual Seminar featuring Mary Kathryn Kozy.
April 21st, Saturday – roads around the Library will be closed all day for the Vaisakhi Parade.
Friday evening was very special as the New BCGS Coat of Arms was unveiled.
The official presentation by Robert Watt, and keynote speaker Dave Obee, not to mention the lovely refreshments by Peter & Patrick, made for a memorable event.
Robert D. Watt, LVO, AIH, FRHSC, former Chief Herald of Canada and current Rideau Herald Emeritus of Canada
Robert Whitlock, Eunice Robinson, Judith Ueland, Robert D. Watt, Unveiling British Columbia Genealogical Society arms, June 9, 2017.
British Columbia Genealogical Society Arms, unveiled June 9, 2017
Due to a technical problem, the chat has had to be postponed. Watch for a new date and time.
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