You Don’t Have to Be an Expert: Genealogical Research and Linking Common Ancestors Through Photos
Saturday, July 30, 2016 10 am
Grand Courtroom of the Red Brick Courthouse
Free to Peerless Members, $5 to Non-Members
Learn about using technology to research your family and analyze family photos. This presentation will highlight free on-line genealogical tools and trial versions of photo software for analyzing historic photos, presented by a researcher who has used these resources to trace seven generations of her Rockville family. A comprehensive list of free resources will be provided. RSVP today at 301-762-0096 or email@example.com or via Eventbrite.
Peerless Rockville thanks Heritage Montgomery for recently received
grant funds that have enabled us to digitize Urban Renewal records, purchase a handheld scanner to digitize over-sized documents and artifacts, a portable screen for upcoming programs, and two new light-weight microphones for walking tours (including our recent Heritage Days walking tours).
This project has been financed in part with funds from Heritage Montgomery and Montgomery County Government and in part with State Funds from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, an instrumentality of the State of Maryland. However, the contents and opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.
Heritage Days: Saturday, June 25
Walking Tours: 11 am, 1 pm
On Saturday, June 25, Peerless will be hosting a special open house at the Red Brick Courthouse from 10 am to 4 pm. Walking tours of historic Rockville will depart at 11 am and 1 pm. Inside, view a special exhibition of some of Peerless Rockville’s historic collections, including artifacts from Hungerford’s Tavern. Items and pictures in this collection are rarely on exhibit and include objects you can touch!
On Tuesday, June 21, The Montgomery County Council will discuss potential sites for the relocation of the Shady Grove Bus Depot, which include the Carver Educational Services building, a designated local historic district, and a Westmore Avenue site near Lincoln Park.
To view the agenda, click here.
The 2016 Nominating Committee Report incorrectly referred to Patrice Lucid as remaining on the Board for a term ending 2017.
Patrice Lucid is up for reelection as Director, term to expire June 30, 2018.
Patrice is a retired electronic publishing account executive and Peerless member since 1994. She has a love of history and historic preservation, and has been a Board member since 2010.