THE CITRUS TREE Website of The Citrus County Genealogical Society
We encourage anyone in the Citrus County, Florida area to come and join us. The meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month (except February and December) at 10:oo am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Lecanto except for the February seminar which is held at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 439 E. Norvell Bryant Hwy, Hernando. Guests are always welcome. We sponsor great speakers and helpful education on many Genealogy subjects. Our programs are great for either beginners or experienced genealogists. Our yearly Seminar is held in February and there is no meeting in December. View information on upcoming programs and speakers, below.---View directions to our meeting location.Look into becoming a member.
June 14 – – “What Records are Most Likely to Establish the Identity of an Ancestor in the U.S.”
This webinar on CD demonstrates the use of census records, vital records, land and probate records to prove the relationship of an individual to a family.
July 12 – “Using Search Engines to Find Genealogical Information”
President, Mary Ann Machonkin, will present the program and will demonstrate one search engine that works like Google but searches specifically for free online genealogy records.
August 9 – “Occupations of our Ancestors”
A video of a presentation by Nancy Waters Lauer will be shown. Ancestral Occupations can give clues to who our ancestors were, how they lived, where they lived, and most importantly, give them individual identity and personality. She will describe numerous resources to identify occupations.