Crawford County is filled with history. From the migration of Route 30 to as far back as the original settlers, people have been living, leaving, and arriving in Crawford County for more than 200 years. Tackling this history can be daunting, but here, I've compiled the best places to stay and research your family history. … Continue reading Crawford County Genealogical Research: Where to Go and Where to Stay
Press Release from the Palatines to America German Genealogy Society, Ohio Chapter: The Oho Chapter of Palatines to America announces its Fall German Genealogy Seminar. We are honored to present Claire Gebben, presenting two sessions each on successive Saturdays, October 24 and 31. Registration is now open for either day or both at https://oh-palam.org/registernow.php. Click … Continue reading Fall German Genealogy Seminar to be Held in October
This helpful information is available by searching on Crawford County Ohio USA on Family Search's Research Wiki. This wiki is my first stop in researching any genealogical project, especially for the United States.
SHELBY, OH - Marvin Memorial Library will offer free genealogy classes the second Saturdays of the month from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Local genealogist Christina Yetzer Drain will present one hour of lecture and demonstration on a specified topic, followed by two hours of independent research by participants, with assistance if needed.
Public libraries are crucial resources for any genealogist. The Crestline Public Library and all the other Crawford County Ohio libraries are no exception. Continue on to learn what is available at the Crestline Ohio Public Library. #1 Ohio Genealogical Society Publications The Crestline Public Library has several of the OGS publications. In addition, they have … Continue reading 7 Critical Resources for Genealogists at the Crestline Public Library