Digging into a genealogical mystery? The Defiance County Genealogical Society will offer 1-on-1 help sessions to up to 5 individuals on March 4 from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Defiance Public
Digging into a genealogical mystery? The Defiance County Genealogical Society will offer 1-on-1 help sessions to up to 5 individuals on March 4 from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Defiance Public Library. Please bring your research materials, and a laptop, if possible. Registration is required. Register using the form below, or by calling 419-782-1456.
8 thoughts on “Genealogy Help with the Defiance County Genealogical Society”
I will be visiting from Chicago Illinois Can I bring my aunt from Defiance?
Yes, you can!
Will be interested in my maternal grandmother’s grandfather- George Witzerman. Have not been able to get past this guy. Emigrated from Germany- settled in Brunersburg area. Later moved to Bryan.
Thanks for this opportunity!! Kathy
I will get this information over to the folks hosting the event, in case they want to get a head start! 🙂
Just an FYI. I’ll be coming from Edgerton- so if the roads aren’t cleared up by mid morning. I may not be coming. Not into driving on ice and slush. Kathy
Okay, thank you for letting us know Kathy! Please only attempt to get here if you can do so safely!
I will not make it due to last nights storm in Mi. I so hope that this is offered again. My GG Grandfather Elijah Osborn (1795-1870) came from PA to Ohio and settled in Richland Township and married his 2nd wife Catherine Hauser Baker around 1850. Elijah is my brick wall. Would someday love to find out who his father was.
Hi Lucinda! Sorry you weren’t able to make it, but I’m glad you didn’t try to travel in terrible conditions! I will forward this information on to our librarians to see if they can come up with anything for you.