Friday, August 31, 2012

Exhibitor Profile: United Daughters of the Confederacy

It's a pleasure to welcome the Fort Sumter 1901 Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy as an exhibitor at Family History Day at the California State Archives.

The United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) is a women's lineage society and heritage association dedicated to honoring the memory of those who served in the military and died in service to the Confederate States of America (CSA).  UDC began as the National Association of the Daughters of the Confederacy, organized in 1894 by Caroline Meriwether Goodlett and Anna Davenport Raines.  The National Association changed its name to UDC in 1919.

According to its original founding, the objectives of the organization are Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic.
  • To collect and preserve the material necessary for the truthful history of the War Between the States and to protect, preserve, and mark the places made historic by Confederate valor;
  • To assist descendants of worthy Confederates in securing a proper education;
  • To fulfill the sacred duty of benevolence toward the survivors of the War and those dependent upon them;
  • To honor the memory of those who served and those who fell in the service of the Confederate States of America;
  • To record the part played during the War by Southern women, including their patient endurance of hardship, their patriotic devotion during the struggle, and their untiring efforts during the post-War reconstruction of the South; and
  • To cherish the ties of friendship among the members of the Organization

Please stop by our exhibit -- we look forward to talking to you about your ancestors and the UDC.

New this year - a Class Syllabus for $5.  Don't be without one in class - reserve yours today by sending an email to  Limited quantities available at FHD. Thank you to the 100+ people who have already submitted a reservation.

posted by Denise H. Richmond

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

California State Archives Hosts Family History Day

California State Archives
It is a pleasure to introduce the California State Archives as the co-sponsor and host for the 14th Annual Family History Day.

The California State Archives, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State, collects, catalogs, preserves, and provides access to the historic records of state government and some local governments. The Archives collection is primarily composed of records from California state agencies, the governor's office, the state legislature, and the State Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal. The records are organized under the name of the agency or office that transferred the records to the Archives.

The collection also includes:
  • Spanish and Mexican Land Grants
  • Robert F. Kennedy Assassination Investigation Records
  • Local Government Records
  • Supreme and Appellate Court Records
  • Elections and Political Campaigns Records
  • Oral Histories; and Photograph Collections
Public education and outreach are also important elements of the State Archives' mission. On October 1, 2012, the State Archives will begin the celebration of National Archives Month by participating as one of the venues for the 2nd Annual Sacramento Archives Crawl: Building Sacramento, Building Communities  on Saturday, October 6, 2012. In addition, the State Archives hosts Family History Day each October, usually on the second Saturday.  With Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society and the Genealogical and Historical Council of Sacramento Valley, the State Archives hosts Family History Day to introduce the public to the exciting world of genealogical research.

We look forward to seeing you!

1020 "O" Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Reference Desk: (916) 653–2246
General Information: (916) 653–7715
Fax: (916) 653–7363

Tick-tock, just over 50 days until Oct 13th.  Have you reserved your Class Syllabus yet? Make sure you have one by sending an email to
posted by Denise H. Richmond

Monday, August 20, 2012

Space-Planning Survey Sent

A one question survey has been emailed to all individuals who have pre-registered and reserved a Class Syllabus as of today.  It's a tough call matching classes with room capacity so the Family History Day Planners have requested help from pre-registrants.

Not pre-registered?  There's still time.  Send your "Reserve me a seat and syllabus!" email to now.  If I receive it before August 24th, I'll send you the survey.

Many Thanks!
Denise H. Richmond, Chairperson
Family History Day at the California State Archives

Friday, August 17, 2012

Style Media Group Blogged about Family History Day at the California State Archive...

This is so cool:  Style Media Group blogged about our annual genealogy event.  Read more...

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Good to hear from a couple more Root Cellar members who RSVP'd today.   You can too - by pre-registering and reserving a Class Syllabus by sending an email to  Thank you!
posted by Denise H. Richmond

Exhibitor Profile: Yolo County Archives

Old Hall of Records, Woodland, CA
It's a pleasure to welcome the Yolo County Archives as an exhibitor at Family History Day.

The Yolo County Archives facility is 2,525 square feet. It contains a public reading room, a workroom and a secure storage area containing 15 ft. metal shelving. The collection consists of more than 4,300 volumes and 1,880 boxes. The Archives is the official repository of the historical records of the county from 1850 forward. The Archives also houses private collections relating to the history of the county and we are the only historical institution in the county that accepts records created after 1950.

The official records of the County of Yolo consist of department records in ledger, deed book and oversize formats, boxed folders and files, as well as blueprints, maps, drawings, and photographs. There is also a small amount of tapes, both audio and visual, and some microfiche. Private collections include a newspaper collection, approximately 6000 photographs, negatives and slides. Ephemera, scrap books, school year books, business ledgers, and posters make up the rest of the collection. We have a small reference library as well as a collection of over 33,000 alphabetized obituaries. There is a Guide to the Archives and we are embarking on a project to catalog our holdings.

On February 18, 1850, Yolo became one of the first 27 counties of California. The Archives houses the complete records of the minutes of the governing body of the county from its very first meeting on June 6, 1850 through 2000. This very significant series of records documenting the governance of the county and its impact on the people who live here is supported by other Board of Supervisors and County Clerk series such as Articles of Agreement 1854-1867; Articles of Incorporation 1853-1979; Bills of Sale 1852-1923; Board of Equalization Records 1872-1979; Cemetery Deeds 1909-1932; Chattel & Crop Mortgages 1857-1928; Coroner’s Reports 1860-1967 [some gaps];Grand Jury Reports 1869-2008; Mining Claims 1850-1929; Powers of Attorney 1852-1934; School records; Treasurer Reports. Our court records are quite complete and all the records all start in 1850, with a few probates documenting deaths from 1849. The probates go through to the mid 1980’s and the collection is used extensively especially by genealogists.

We accept family records which usually consist of photographs, some biographical information, family bibles, and service records. Many local residents are descendants of Pioneer families like the Snowball family, whose manuscript collection documents the lives of the descendants of William Knight on the female side.

Stop by our exhibit at Family History Day and let's talk about how we can help with your family history research needs.

Yolo County Archives
226 Buckeye Street
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone (530) 666-8010 
Fax (530) 666-8006

Make sure you have a seat and a syllabus at Family History Day!  Pre-register  and reserve a Class Syllabus by sending an email to  Thank you to Joy, Charley, Judy, Linda, and Bob who sent their "I'll be there!" email.
posted by Denise H. Richmond

Monday, August 13, 2012

Exhibitor List Now Online!

The List of Exhibitors is available here and on the blog under the tab on the Home page.  The list was culled from the extended profiles of the exhibitors already posted on the blog.  Why not roam around their websites in advance then come to Family History Day at the California State Archives with your questions!  Many exhibitors will bring a laptop computer to demonstrate their website and do lookups for you.  What a deal!

Thanks to Ron, William, Shirley and Sherri who recently pre-registered and reserved their Class Syllabus by sending an email to  Make sure you have a Class Syllabus by sending your "Save me a seat" email today!

posted by Denise H. Richmond

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Class List Updated!

Hi Readers,

The Class List has been updated to reflect the addition of the class plus some formatting edits. Click on the Tab on the Home page of the blog to view, print and share the list.

We're now finalizing the first-ever Class Syllabus for Family History Day.  It's dirt cheap at $5 (payment at event).  Do you want a copy?  RSVP by pre-registering and reserving a Class Syllabus by sending an email to

Hugs to Diane, Randy, Carolee, Kris and Mike who have already pre-registered and reserved a syllabus.  Thank you for your RSVP!

Waiting to hear from others real soon!

Denise H. Richmond
Chairperson FHD 2012

Friday, August 10, 2012 Coming to Family History Day at the California State Archives

It's a pleasure to give a 'warm' Sacramento welcome to Dan Peay who will represent at Family History Day at the California State Archives.  Dan will present a class and, with a colleague, talk to attendees at their exhibit.

FamilySearch International is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources, and services to learn more about their family history. To help in this great pursuit, FamilySearch has been actively gathering, preserving, and sharing genealogical records worldwide for over 100 years. FamilySearch is a nonprofit organization sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Patrons may access FamilySearch services and resources free online at or through over 4,600 family history centers in 132 countries, including the main Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City, Utah.

About the FHL
The Family History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints houses a collection of genealogical records that includes the names of more than 3 billion deceased people. It is the largest collection of its kind in the world.

Representatives of the Genealogical Society of Utah are microfilming records from many countries, including birth, marriage, and death registers (both church and government); census returns; court, property, and probate records; emigration and immigration lists; printed genealogies; and family histories.  Library patrons use the collection of books, microforms, and computerized records to compile their own family histories and do genealogical research.  The facility's four public floors house information from the U.S. and Canada, the British Isles, Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Africa.

The public is welcome and admission to the library is free of charge. Use of library resources is also free, although there is a small charge for materials such as photocopies, paper, and computer disks. Professional staff and well-trained volunteers work at the library and are available to answer questions and direct people in their search for their family roots. An estimated 2,000 visitors or more use the library each day.

Library orientation is offered regularly. First-time patrons can receive information about the facility's general layout and available resources. Specialized classes teach patrons about methods of research and how to use various kinds of records, and computer classes educate patrons about the library's unique software programs.  The Family History Library is located at 35 North West Temple Street, directly west of Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City.

About Dan Peay
Over 20 years in Customer Experience and Systems Engineering in software and technology has prepared Mr. Peay to help link and preserve family relationships in the Strategic Relationships division of FamilySearch.

Prior to joining FamilySearch, Mr. Peay served 4 years as vice president of sales and marketing for SHO Guide, developed by Transcensus LLC. Mr. Peay created a direct and channel-led revenue strategy in public and private worldwide markets, resulting in helping CRM users bridge the gap in learning and “getting the job done.”

Prior to joining Transcensus, Mr. Peay was North America Regional Sales Manager for Microsoft Learning where he developed a direct and partner model to drive certification, e-learning and instructor-led-training solutions. Mr. Peay helped establish Microsoft Sales Academy, facilitating and training over 7,500 new-hires in adopting a universal sales methodology. Mr. Peay joined Microsoft in 1989 as a Systems Engineer and advanced to sales management to open new branch offices in Texas and Utah before moving to Washington to pursue his passion in training and development and applied learning solutions.

Mr. Peay began his technology career in software development with EDS and later as Systems Engineer and Partner of a Novell solution provider in Dallas, TX.  He holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Business Education from Utah State University.  Dan is an avid Scouter and throws a yo-yo every day to navigate life’s up’s and down’s. Dan and his wife (Cammy) have 7 children and reside in Alpine, UT.

Dan Peay will be presenting an Introduction to  Participants in this class will be introduced to through short discussions on the ease of use and functional capabilities – all easily accessible for the novice or the expert:
  • how “Family History” can be a very enjoyable, life-changing experience
  • the research wiki – with free collections of family history articles provided by people from around the world
  • FamilySearch research courses, available online and in person through learning centers
  • free research discussion forums and their resources
  • overview of the FamilySearch collections, spanning billions of names
  • overview of FamilySearch Indexing - with a glimpse into the recent success of the 1940 Census Project, completed in August 2012, two months ahead of schedule!
Stop by the exhibit to talk directly to representatives of the "largest genealogical organization in the world".
Are you coming to this class or one of the 20+ others?  RSVP by pre-registering and reserving a Class Syllabus (fee) by sending an email to
posted by Denise H. Richmond

Class List Now Online!

UPDATED 8/11/12 - changes: class added to page 2; date and page numbers added to footers
Hooray!! The list of class topics, descriptions and speakers is now available on the Home page under the Tab "List of Classes". 

Be sure to read the profiles of the speakers already posted on the blog - we're honored to have more than 20 genealogical experts sharing their knowledge with you at Family History Day 2012.  All classes are on the list

Make sure you have a seat!  No sitting on the floor this year.  Pre-register  and reserve a Class Syllabus by sending an email to

Survey Says...  To assist FHD Organizers in classroom assignments, we will soon be surveying those of you who have already pre-registered and reserved a syllabus to learn what classes pique your interest.  Please pre-register now to have your voice heard.  Thank you!

posted by Denise H. Richmond

Exhibitor Profile: Sacramento FamilySearch Library

It's a pleasure to welcome the Sacramento FamilySearch Library (new name) as an exhibitor at Family History Day at the California State Archives.
The wonderful world of genealogy is waiting for you at the Sacramento FamilySearch Library. The Library contains thousands of books. The collection is composed of family histories, dictionaries, how-to-do-books, major American and foreign reference materials, U.S. federal census indexes, local histories, printed parish and town records, and other typical archival records.

The Library has free online access to the following internet sites:
  • 19th Century British Library Newspapers Digital Archive
  • Newspaper Archives
  • Alexander Street Press – American Civil War Research Data
  • FindMyPast
  • Fold3 (formerly Footnote)
  • The Genealogist
  • Genline Family Finder
  • Godfrey Memorial Library
  • Heritage Quest Online
  • Historic Map Works Library Edition
  • Paper Trail
  • World Vital Records
Volunteer staff are ready to help direct you to the extensive resources held there. In addition to the library's collections, free genealogical classes and research assistance is available to the public. You can register for the classes at the Library or call 487-2090.
Here is a summary of what's available:
  • Family history research classes, afternoons and evenings
  • Research assistance from the Sacramento German Genealogical Society
  • Online Research Classes through the Family History Library
  • Writer's Workshop
Family History Seminar
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Check website for details
7:30 am-3:30 pm
Stop by our exhibit at Family History Day, ask about our new name, and let us tell you more about the genealogical resources available at the Sacramento FamilySearch Library and the upcoming seminar.
Sacramento FamilySearch Library
2745 Eastern Avenue
Sacramento, California
Phone: (916) 487-2090
Monday 10am—4:00pm
Tuesday 10am—9:00pm
Wednesday 10am—6:30pm
Thursday 10am—9:00pm
Friday 10am—4:00pm

AVOID THE RUSH - pre-register and reserving a Class Syllabus TODAY by sending an email to
posted by Denise H. Richmond

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Exhibitor Profile: Root Cellar Genealogical Library

It's a pleasure to announce that the Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society Library will be open for browsing during Family History Day at the California State Archives.  The Library is conveniently located at the State Archives on the 4th floor next to the Exhibitor area.

Sammie Hudgens, Library Chairperson for Root Cellar, and library docents will be on-hand to orient and assist visitors.  Sammie has devoted many years to the growth and development of the Root Cellar Library. Her efforts speak for themselves – the Library is a treasure trove for family history researchers, for Root Cellar members and visitors alike.

The Library contains over 5,000 volumes, at least one from every state in the U.S., and many countries. There are more than 150 books on California alone, including the 1890 Great Registers for the whole state.  The collection recently expanded as a result of two generous donations.

Below is a sampling of the research materials available to you at the Library:
  • Revolutionary War Books
  • Lists of Passengers, Emigration and Immigration for Germany, Ireland, Italy and Russia
  • Periodicals from over 100 genealogical societies across the United States
  • Root Cellar member-submitted materials such as Surname Cards, Pedigree Charts and Pioneer Certificates
  • Publications containing data that Root Cellar volunteers have extracted from local records on subjects including state militia, coroner’s office, divorces, state prison convicts, and cemeteries. These extractions are also available for sale by Root Cellar.
Be sure to come into the Library and browse awhile!

Root Cellar Genealogical Library
Inside the California State Archives Building
1020 “O” Street, 4th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
Open 9:30am – 4pm Monday - Friday
(except holidays)

Shout out to folks from Merced & Placerville!  They pre-registered & reserved a Class Syllabus.  You can too - send an email to
Posted by Denise H. Richmond

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Exciting Exhibitor and Speaker Announcement Coming Soon!

Lips are zipped.  Cone of Silence.  Yes, we're bursting at the seams trying to keep this announcement under wraps!  The Big Reveal is coming!  Stay tuned to this Blog channel for breaking news soon.

Meantime, send your "Save me a Seat" pre-registration and reservation for a Class Syllabus to

posted by Denise H. Richmond

Exhibitor Profile: Daughters of the Utah Pioneers

Slough House Pioneer Cemetery Gravesite
Please welcome the International Society of Daughters of Utah Pioneers (ISDUP or just DUP) as an exhibitor at Family History Day at the California State Archive.

The DUP is an association devoted to preserving the legacy of those pioneers who came to the State of Deseret before the railroad in May 1869.  More than 60,000 pioneers traveled in more than 300 companies to find their place in the west.  The objective of DUP is to perpetuate the names and achievements of those men, women and children by preserving old landmarks, marking historical places and collecting artifacts and histories.  The headquarters for ISDUP is located at the Pioneer Memorial Museum, 300 North Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.  The website address is

The State of Deseret covered much more than the present-day state of Utah and, in fact, covered much of southern California. Some of these Mormon pioneers first settled in California before relocating to Utah.  Locally, the Slough House Pioneer Cemetery is the burial spot for many of the Sacramento pioneers with tombstones dating from the 1850‘s.  It is owned by the ISDUP and maintained by the many companies and camps in the Sacramento area.

Members meet monthly in camps to learn more about and share pioneer histories and artifacts.  Camps and Companies are organized in geographical areas.

Visit our exhibit at Family History Day to see pictures and newspaper articles about the Slough House Cemetery and other local DUP historical markers.  We plan to have internet access available for visitors to search the indexes listed below.  (The actual photos and histories are not available for viewing online, only the indexes.)  We will also have a book display of other DUP publications that can be purchased online.
  • Photo index - The photo department houses, maintains and preserves a collection of over 25,000 images of pioneers, their homes, communities, organizations and artifacts.  Copies of photo prints or CD images can be ordered and purchased online.
  • History Card Index - The history department presently has over 100,000 pioneer histories on file of pioneers who came to the geographic area covered by the Utah Territory/ State of Deseret.  It also includes those who died crossing the plains and those born in the Utah Territory before May 10, 1869 and some locality histories.
  • Pioneer Pathways Index - Volumes 1 through 11 consolidated index - Each year DUP sponsors the publication of historical material which has been used as lesson material in the camps.  At the present time, there have been 5 multi-volume sets of books published.  Pioneer Pathways is the latest of them.
We look forward to meeting others interested in pioneer legacy at this great event.

Just say Yes! I'm coming to Family History Day.  Pre-register me and reserve my Class Syllabus --> send this to
posted by Denise H. Richmond

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Speaker Profiles: Gwen Myers and Cat Nielsen

It's a pleasure to welcome Gwen Myers and Cat Nielsen as speakers at Family History Day at the California State Archives.

Gwen Strong-Myers was born, raised, married and raised her family in the South Bay area of California.  She is a second generation Californian – her father’s family arrived in 1890. She received her BS in Nursing at UCLA.

Gwen's interest in genealogy, unbeknownst to her at the time, began when an aunt asked her six other Swanson siblings to write a short history of each of their families.  Her aunt wrote about the early days living in Aurora/Homestead, WI before the family moved to Kingsburg, CA. 

After moving to Roseville in 1999, Gwen started attending the Sun City Roseville Genealogy meetings and became fascinated with her and her husband’s family histories.  She became the Genealogical and Historical Council of Sacramento Valley representative for the group and participated in the organization of the 2004 National Genealogical Society (NGS) Conference held in Sacramento.  She has since joined the Roseville Genealogical Society.  Gwen is now the president of the Genealogical and Historical Council of Sacramento Valley where she also represents the Sun City Roseville group and the Roseville Genealogical Society.

Cat Nielsen's  interest in genealogy began in 1970 when she met a branch of her Danish family that was not supposed to exist. Cat has a BA in Geology, an MBA in Marketing and Science and Technology Management, and a Project Management Professional certification. She took advantage of her extensive business travel throughout the U.S. and Europe to continue her genealogy and family history research. Cat is past president of the Contra Costa County Genealogical Society and a member of NGS, California Genealogical Society, several other local societies and the Association of Professional Genealogists.  She is currently webmaster for the California State Genealogical Alliance website and blog.

Gwen Myers and Cat Nielsen will be co-presenting Genealogy Research is As Close as Your Local Genealogy Society.  This presentation will introduce the attendee to the many resources found at local genealogy societies throughout the state and nation.  The benefits of belonging to a local society are numerous and will be discussed.  Societies located in the Sacramento and Northern California area will be explored.

Send your I'LL BE THERE! email to to pre-register and reserve a Class Syllabus.  Thank you.
posted by Denise H. Richmond

Monday, August 6, 2012

Exhibitor Profile: Sacramento County Cemetery Advisory Commission

Source: Sacramento County
Cemetery Advisory Commission webpage
Please welcome the Sacramento County Cemetery Advisory Commission as an exhibitor at Family History Day at the California State Archives.

The Commission, formed approximately 10 years ago, is composed of a representative from each supervisorial district, one from each District Cemetery, one at large and one Veterans Representative.  The goal is to try to protect the integrity of Sacramento County’s historic cemeteries.

The Commission's past projects include:
  • Amnesty program developed for gravemarker return
  • October dedicated as “Cemetery Appreciation Month”
  • Five Indigent memorials erected at the five cemeteries with most indigent burials
  • Brochure published on Sacramento’s District Cemeteries
  • Brochure published on New Helvetia Cemetery
  • Developed a listing and categorization of Sacramento County Cemeteries
  • Assisting in return of “displaced” gravemarkers to the appropriate cemetery
  • Developed a website (part of the Coroner’s site)
  • Designated (Phase 1) certain cemeteries as “Historic Cemeteries” and provide an plaque for each of them.
  • Consulted and evaluated several projects at local cemeteries
  • Created an Ordinance for Sacramento Cemeteries to help preserve and protect our historic cemeteries (Pending approval by Board of Supervisors)
  • Coordinated a photographic project with volunteers to photograph tombstones…so far Fair Oaks Cemetery has been completed, and over 17,000 photographs have been taken at the Sacramento Historic City Cemetery
The Commission's current projects include:
  • Preparing a brochure on interesting persons buried in District Cemeteries
  • Developing a comprehensive database of burials at New Helvetia
  • Planning our October 2012 events with the theme of  “Remembering the Indigents”
  • Adding a page on each cemetery in Sacramento County to website
  • Developing a list of all Veteran Burial sites in our region
  • Continuing to do GPS coordinates on Sacramento Cemeteries to ensure they are included on the master County GIS map
  • Continuing to respond to telephone and email requests from the Community, many of them related to locating relatives, particularly indigent burials
Please contact Dr. Bob LaPerriere, (916) 481-4525 for further questions…or email him at

Pre-register for Family History Day and reserve a Class Syllabus by sending a "pre-register me" email to

posted by Denise H. Richmond

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Exhibitor Profile: Genealogical and Historical Council of Sacramento Valley

Please welcome the Genealogical and Historical Council of Sacramento Valley (Council) as an exhibitor and co-sponsor of Family History Day.

Formed in the fall of 1988, the Council is comprised of individuals and organizations working together to exchange information, coordinate calendar events, avoid duplication of group projects, and encourage the preservation and accessibility of records of genealogical and historical value.

Membership is open to organizations and individuals interested in promoting genealogy and history research and knowledge. Annual dues are $25 for organizations and $15 for individuals, payable in January. Contact Gwen Myers for further information.

As a service to the genealogical and historical organizations in the northern California area, the Council compiles a list of speakers willing to speak to the organizations.   The cost for a copy is $8.00 for non-Council societies and $5.00 for Council members.   They will be available at the Council exhibit table at Family History Day.  In addition, a local research sources brochure is published.

Council Officers 2012
President – Gwen Myers
Vice President – Barbara Leak
Secretary – Linda Lucky
Treasurer – Sandra Benward

THINGS TO DO TODAY-- send email to to pre-register and reserve a Class Syllabus

posted by Denise H. Richmond

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Pre-register for Family History Day at the California State Archives

Thank you to so many who have already pre-registered for Family History Day 2012 and reserved a Class Syllabus ($5, payment at event). 

It's easy.  Just send an email to and say "pre-register me" and state the number of syllabi you want to reserve.  That's it!

The information will be used for classroom space-planning and the number of syllabi to print.

Sincere thanks,
Denise H. Richmond, Chairperson
Family History Day 2012