Home Authors Posts by Janet Wahlberg

Janet Wahlberg

Janet Wahlberg
56 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Census Records

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg Census records are one of the most basic resources for doing genealogical research. As most of you are aware, the Federal Census...

Board of Supervisor Records

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg This month I am continuing my quest to point out some of the more obscure records available at the Hall House Library....

Newsletters

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg How many of you have used Newsletters from various Historical and Genealogical Societies for research? These are a bit more labor intensive...

Adoption

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg A little over 2 years ago my DNA presented me with a second cousin who was adopted. He and I have been...

The Printed Word

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg  A large percentage of genealogical research done today is done via the Internet. This makes sense as there are several large web...

Hall House Genealogy Support Group

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg  One of the many resources that the Hall House offers is a Support Group that meets monthly. We currently have about 50...

Researching Your Shaker Ancestors

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg Shaker Ancestors? Weren’t these people celibate? Yes, they were. The Shaker Sect was formed in England in the mid-18th century as a...

Enhancing Your Research with DNA

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg I am sure that almost everyone has heard of using DNA to enhance their research. It has become a great part of...

Researching With Local Resources

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg I have written in the past about local resources that are available to all of us to use in our research; however,...

Merry Old England

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg Immigrants began coming to the Americas from England in the 1600s and continue to this day. My family first came in the...

This Week's Issue

Week of May 20, 2019

Click here to read this week's paper!

Recent Articles