Wednesday, September 15; 1:00—2:00 PM

Online: Zoom

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Can you recognize all the fragments scattered among relatives and official records for you to uncover? This zoom session will provide you an overview of historical death practices: mourning, burial, memorials, dress and record keeping affiliated with those who have passed. Many artifacts can still be found in homes, antique stores or even in local museums. But what else can you consider for sources that extend beyond cemeteries and tombstones? This class will offer some new ideas using websites you may not have considered or ones you need to revisit.  Often the extent of records buried within many websites have increased since you last looked!

Cindy Foreman has been teaching and doing presentations on genealogy for more than 20 years here in the central Texas, area. She has a degree in History Education, been past President of the Austin Genealogy Society and past VP with the Wimberley Valley Genealogy Society. In 2014 she was one of a number of speakers at the National Genealogy Conference in San Antonio called FGS. She continues to do genealogy presentations and workshops upon request and teaches classes with the Life Long Learning Program in San Marcos. Most recently she has begun to participate in Storytelling events using family genealogy