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Thursday, July 13 through Thursday, November 30
Research Thursdays  (Office Open Dates)
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
33 Ochterlony Street, Suite 100 Dartmouth
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July 13, 2017 to November 30, 2017
 
Drop in on Thursdays 11am to 4pm to use our research room and library.
 
All Welcome!
Please email in advance info@novascotiaancestors.ca if you can't make it during this time frame...if we have a volunteer available we may be able to arrange another time for you.



Using City Directories for Genealogical Research
Saturday, September 30
Using City Directories for Genealogical Research  (Workshops)
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
33 Ochterloney Street, Suite 100, Dartmouth, NS
Speaker:  Mary Sayles
 
Who Lived Where and What Did They Do?

Join us when we learn how to use City Directories for genealogical research. 

Ms. Sayles (Mary) has been a part-time genealogist for 40 years. Though her profession as a registered nurse takes much of her time, she manages to find time to continue her genealogy research. Ms. Sayles (Mary) has taught genealogy classes in the Sacramento, California area; is a monthly genealogy docent at the LDS Family History Library on Eastern Avenue; and has been a docent at the ROOT CELLAR Library and the Roseville Main Library, in the past. She also has published three genealogy articles, and had Sayles Family research published on a Michigan newspaper website.
Ms. Sayles (Mary) recently retired, and enjoys spending more time researching and teaching genealogy and local histories.




Saturday, October 28
Irish Genealogy-Registry of Deeds Dublin  (Workshops)
2:00 pm
33 Ochterloney Street, Suite 100, Dartmouth, NS
Speaker:  Hilary Jarvis
 
Looking into Your Irish Ancestory?

Join in to hear about Hilary Jarvis experience doing Irish genealogical research- Registry of Deeds Dublin

Hilary Jarvis lives in Halifax and has been researching her family history (English and Irish) for the past 30 years.  She has extensive experience in researching the Registry of Deeds which are Protestant records held in Dublin (and on microfilm in Salt Lake City). She has been a volunteer abstractor of those deeds for the past few years and has contributed thousands of records to the Registry of deeds Index Project database.