Irene B. Walters came to Houston’s Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research from New York in 1997 after receiving her librarian degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She has given talks to many groups on various aspects of genealogical research including: computers, the internet, ancestors in the modern military, using newspapers for your research, passenger list searching, naturalization records, New York State, Irish, and French research.
Irene started her own genealogy research as a teenager and has taken her lines back into France, Ireland and recently Germany. Her other German line and possible early Dutch ancestors are proving more difficult.
Irene B. Walters hosts
"Finding Genealogy Resources & Tools in the National Archives"
Saturday, January 22, 2022*
Steve Raddack Community Center
18650 Clay Road
Meet & Greet 10:00 am
Program Begins 10:30 am
Irene Walters will host a questions and answers session after we view a recorded presentation by Sarah Swanson which was part of the National Archives Genealogy Series which premiered in May of 2021. Her topic was titled "Finding Genealogy Resources and Tools on Archives.gov" and she explains what you can find, and, how to navigate the National Archives website, archives.gov/genealogy.
The video is a bit over an hour long and Irene Walters of the Clayton Library, will take questions after.
If you plan to attend the December meeting virtually, please click on the link above to register.
* This month's meeting will be held the 4th Saturday instead of the 3rd due to a conflict with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Program will be in-person, and via Zoom, unless otherwise stated.