Indian Troops for France. C.W. Faulkener and Sons Co., Ltd. World War I postcard, mailed 1914 to Cowichan Station, British Columbia, Canada.
Researching the British Empire’s WWI Military – at Vancouver Public Library (VPL), Central Branch. Free. A BC Genealogical Society presentation given in partnership with the Vancouver Public Library.
Monday, 7 July, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Did someone in your family have ties to the British Empire’s military during WW I?
Join BC Genealogical Society members and find out how to research British Empire military records.
Alma VanDusen & Peter Kaye Rooms, Lower Level
Central Library, Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia Street
For more information please contact: VPL Programming and Learning Services at firstname.lastname@example.org at 604 331-3603 or see the event listing at the VPL website: www.vpl.ca
Scotties Have A Clean Up After A Spell In the Trenches, World War i, Y.M.C.A. Hut Fund postcard.
Join the BCGS Editor’s Chat right here. Beforehand, you can RSVP in the Chat area below, if you like. And you may read the chat here afterwards, if you can’t join at the time.
BCGS Legacy Group – Notes for the 27 May 2014 meeting
The next Legacy Family Tree – Virtual User’s Group Meeting is Friday, 11 July, 2014. Register here: http://www.familytreewebinars.com/webinar_details.php?webinar_id=233
The first one was 2 May and a panel from Legacy (Millennia) staff presented favourite features. Both the video and handout are available free on-line.
Many tips were shared during that meeting, including a new feature in Legacy 8 – the ‘Who Was Alive On…’ tool – Continue reading
Please note that registration for the 2014 BCGS Seminar is now closed. All tickets have been sold.
Reminder – The next BC Genealogical Society General Meeting will be Wednesday, May 14, at 7:30pm in the Downstairs Hall at the Danish Lutheran Church, 6010 Kincaid St., Burnaby, BC. See a map here.
Special session following the business meeting: A close look at using the BCGS website with the BCGS webmistresses.
Upcoming BCGS Seminar: Tickets are still available for the May 31 BCGS seminar with Audrey Collins from The National Archives of the UK and Geoff Doherty from Australia. Buy tickets by phone or on-line. See all the details on the BCGS 2014 Seminar page and download the 2014 Seminar brochure.
Check the BCGS website Calendar for information there on all upcoming events. These are posted as soon as details are available. June 17 and 21, for instance, there will be Twitter and Genealogy sessions at the BCGS Library, the annual BCGS Library Open House will be Sunday, July 13, and BCGS Library Week will be July 14-21. Plan to bring interested family, friends and neighbours to these free events.