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Jenny Sharrer
     Jenny Sharrer is a relatively new arrival to the world of genealogy research. Some ten years ago she offered to research the birth and death of her gg-grandmother for the purpose of erecting a monument for her paternal gg-grandmother, Sarah Apple. The monument got erected with no mention of a husband.
     Jenny joined WHAGS in 2016 when it was called the Bear Creek Genealogical SociJenny Sharrer joined WHAGS in 2016 when it was called Bear Creek Genealogical Society. She became an active officer shortly after that, serving as Director, President (2020-2021), and Program Chair through May 2022.
     In addition to her numerous lasting leadership contributions to WHAGS, Jenny is a past-presenter for our local society as well as The Humble Area Genealogy Society. 


    WHAGS' May Meeting is our annual General Meeting where newly-elected officers will be installed, any business at-hand will be conducted, and we celebrate the conclusion of another successful year. 
    Our presentation this month will be shorter than usual (but no less important!) to accommodate the business portion of the meeting.


Jenny Apple Sharrer

Planning a Successful Research Trip


     In this presentation, Jenny will be sharing options for planning a research trip and the details of a trip she wants to take to Morgan County, Tennessee, where she hopes to uncover what happened to her 2G Grandfather. Why Morgan, Tennessee? That is the last known location for Elisha Apple, Sarah's husband.

     Jenny will include numerous tips for ensuring a successful research trip. Join us for what will be an interesting and useful topic for anyone considering a trip to dig for additional roots of their ancestors!


Saturday, May 20, 2023

Steve Radack Community Center
18650 Clay Road

Meet & Greet 10:00 am
Meeting Begins 10:30 am

Business meeting to follow the Presentation


If you plan to attend the May meeting virtually, please click on the button above to register. 

Program will be in-person, and via Zoom, unless otherwise stated.

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