Railroad History Program

Jackson RR Hist

Jackson Archaeological Society Meeting

Tuesday, June 19th at 6:00 pm
at
Gander Mountain – The Columns,
1523 Vann Drive, Jackson, Tennessee.

Program:

Mark Norton
will present
“Archaeoastronomy
at Moonshadow Rock Shelter”

Free and open to the public

Genealogy Workshop

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Click here for registration form:

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Tennessee Historical Commission Meeting

The Tennessee Historical Commission Meeting

Friday, June 24, 2016

9:00 am

at the Hamilton Performing Arts Center

University of Memphis, Lambuth Campus (Maple St.)

Public is Welcome!

The Jackson-Madison County Library

will host a remote connection to the

Tennessee Genealogical Society’s

discussion group called

“Let’s Discuss It”

Saturday, June 25, 2016

10:00 am to 12:00 pm

followed by a one hour live

follow-up discussion of the topics.

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Location:  Classroom,

Jackson-Madison County Library

433 E. Lafayette St.

Jackson, TN

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Seating is limited to 12 persons. 

Please call 300-3980 to

reserve a seat.

WiFi available so you may bring your laptop.

_______________________

General description of the discussion group

from the Tennessee Genealogical Society’s website

http://www.tngs.org :

The first hour of the session will be led by

Debbie Atchley,who will introduce new research

and/or technology sites that will be helpful to

family history researchers. The second hour will be a

discussion of FamilySearch.org,Ancestry.com

and/or Family Tree Maker Software Program

by PZ Horton.

This workshop is FREE.”

 

New Book!

Madison Hall Baptist Church

and

the Madison Hall Community,

compiled by Clara Lynn Williams.

Recently donated by Ms. Williams, this book, as the title suggests,

provides many perspectives on the history of the church

and the Madison Hall community. 

  It has three main parts:

The Old Cane Creek Church, Madison Baptist Church,

and The Madison Hall Community.

Over half the book, however, includes biographical sketches,

reminiscences, and testimonials by and about members

of the church and community, including former pastors.

Photographs enhance the rich collection of stories,

which provide much good information for researchers

of this region of Madison County.

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Genealogical Discussion Group: Saturday, May 21, 2016

The Jackson-Madison County Library

will host a remote connection to the

Tennessee Genealogical Society’s

discussion group called

“Let’s Discuss It”

Saturday, May 21, 2016

10:00 am to 12:00 pm

followed by a one hour live

follow-up discussion of the topics.

______________

Location:  Classroom,

Jackson-Madison County Library

433 E. Lafayette St.

Jackson, TN

_____________________

Seating is limited.  Please call 300-3980 to

reserve a seat.

WiFi available so bring your laptop if you want.

_______________________

General description of the discussion group

from the Tennessee Genealogical Society’s website

http://www.tngs.org :

The first hour of the session will be led by Debbie Atchley,

who will introduce new research and/or technology sites

that will be helpful to family history researchers. 

The second hour will be a discussion of FamilySearch.org,

Ancestry.com and/or Family Tree Maker Software Program

by PZ Horton.

This workshop is FREE.”

 

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