Over the next few days, there will be some updates to website forms and indexes, in case you notice anything different (or odd).
Hope to have this all tied up in time for the Family Day holiday weekend. A perfect time to interview all the relatives.
Enjoy the holiday everyone.
From now on, the BCGS Legacy Family Tree software group will meet every 2 months. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
Location: BCGS Library, 211-12837 76th Avenue Surrey, BC.
Time: every second month, on the 4th Tuesday, from 1-3 pm.
Upcoming 2015 Dates: March 24, May 26, July.28.
Questions? Contact the facilitators, Marianne Soltau or M. Diane Rogers. E-mail email@example.com or leave a message at the Library 604 502 9119.
For those wanting a first look, Legacy has an introductory video on-line free – Legacy  for Beginners The Legacy website has help sections and answers to Frequently Answered Questions.
At meetings, we learn from each other, demonstrating, and asking questions. Some of our members are using associated programmes, for example, Families, which is for mobile devices.
Join us at our regular February 11th, 2015 meeting, and attend our first Genealogical Cocktail Party! (Sorry, no ‘special’ drinks will be served.)
And later, Peter Whitlock will share his latest find and his connection to the 8th Baron of Webster.
Time: 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Where: Danish Lutheran Church, Downstairs Hall, 6010 Kincaid St., Burnaby, BC. Click here for a printable notice with a map of the location for BCGS General Meetings.
Coming up tonight, Monday, 26 January, at 7 pm, Pacific time, right here at www.bcgs.ca
A BCGS Cemetery Recording Adventure
Since we’ve recently been discussing our BC Genealogical Society (BCGS) cemetery recording training and field trip plans for 2015, I wanted to share this amusing 1984 cemetery recorder’s comment I found in the BCGS Newsletter, March/April 1984, Volume 9 Number 2, page 16.
Originally submitted to the BCGS Newsletter by Linda Blackman, B.C. Research Committee, 1984.
“The following excerpt was taken from a letter accompanying an out of town recording I received.
“It took me 2 hrs. to arrive after first a flat tire, had to chase cattle so I could get through, wait for road construction, and finally made it to the farm. The farm is, with no problems, just about 15 mins. away from where I live. A very KIND bull put my long legs to work to get back to the car and that is when my OLD age started to show…I’m really not in shape to run.
Anyway the day was nice and a lot of fun.“
Do watch for news about our 2015 cemetery recording trips. They won’t be this strenuous!