Join us at the MidPointe Library in West Chester, Ohio at 7;00 p.m. as Thomas Jordan will present “African-American Genealogy 101,” He will discuss the basics of sound African-American genealogy research with tips on doing slave research.
Join us at the Butler County Record Center and Archives in Hamilton, Ohio at 10:00 a.m.. The BCOGS Volunteers will speak briefly on the resources that are available in this facility. Afterwards, they will be available to assist in doing research.
Join us at the MidPointe Library in West Chester, Ohio at 7:00 p.m. as James Phillabaum will present “Early Military Records.” He will discuss military records ranging from the Colonial Wars through the Spanish American War.
Join us at the Smith Library of Regional History the Lane Library, Oxford, Ohio at 10.00 a.m. The Library staff will speak on the resources that are available in this facility. Afterwards, Library Staff and Genealogists from the Butler County Chapter of OGS will be available to assist in doing research.
Miami University at Oxford, Ohio was created by the State of Ohio on February 17, 1809. A school was set up on the campus almost immediately, but college classes were not opened until the fall of 1824. The first class graduated in 1826. These lists continue as a series in this publication. The series began ...