Once again Webster County Genealogical Society has added to their Ft Dodge Messenger Index series with the year 1923. It contains 145 pages and sells for $23.20. It may also be ordered by mail or phone from IGS. It includes adoption, birth, anniversaries, death, family events, guardianship, homestead, illness, land records, marriages, naturalizations, divorce, military, and many other categories that are coded for easy finding.
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Saturday, April 12
The Tech Conference will be April 12 at the IGS Library, Tentative topics are: Tribal Pages website for your personal genealogical site; The Cloud and Dropbox, what and how to use; Purchasing a new computer, what you need or don’t need. An additional topic will be announced later.
Excellent conference!, Informative & pleasurable, Very upbeat, Thanks for a very fascinating conference, Good speaker, Great topics, Beth is awesome – get her back, Phenomenal, Great handouts, New information are some of the comments about the Annual Conference. Beth Foulk and Dr. David Gradwohl did an excellent job! You can follow Beth at Genealogy Decoded
Sue Claman was the winner in the quilt raffle at the Annual Conference.
The English/Welsh Special Interest Group will not meet in November or December but will resume in January.
Families are like quilts, stitched together one piece at a time.
You have the chance to win this beautiful quilt that was created especially for IGS by Linda Greethurst, Marlys Bates and Jennifer Ewing. It’s even more beautiful in person. We will be drawing the winning ticket on October 26th at the end of the Fall Conference. Continue reading
The agenda, online and mail in registration are now available on the conference page. Added is information about the DNA and Buxton sessions and speakers.
Dr. David Gradwohl, Emeritus Professor and Founding Director of the Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, will speak on Exploring Buried Buxton at the IGS Annual Conference. Continue reading
Dahlstrom Funeral Home 1910 – 38 except for 1921 through 1924 has been posted to the Indexes page.
Harbach Funeral Home 1920 – 1923. Many records from Harbach are missing.