Geoffrey Fröberg Morris returned for another informative all-day session! His presentations included: “Tools and Techniques for Swedish Place Names and Moving Information” “Using the Full Scope of Swedish Church Records” “Strategic Solutions for Your Toughest Swedish Research Problems” “Mantalslängder” – Population Registers Geoffrey Fröberg Morris began doing Swedish genealogy over 25 […]
Regular Monthly Meetings - Archive
The Swedish Genealogical Society of Colorado meets the first Saturday of each month, September through May. Read about past meetings and, if you are a member, download the presentation and handouts.
“Who Are Those Nyström Boys?” Larry Dodge, SGSC Member Larry has been a traveler for most of his life. He went to eight different schools through high school and graduated from the Air Force Academy in 1973. With the engineering and math background which he brings to genealogy, he expects things to be reasonably logical. […]
“Finding My Father’s Family” Doris Ferguson, SGSC Member All four of my grandparents and my father were born in Sweden and emigrated in the late 1800s to Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin. I knew very little about my father’s family and have found cousins even here in Colorado and visited some of our cousins near […]
Program “Jönköpings Län: History, Culture and Cousins?” Linda Gensmer, SGSC Member Some of Linda Gensmer’s ancestors were from Jönköpings Län, which is now part of Småland and Västergötland. They lived in eight of the parishes on the eastern shore of Lake Vättern and she has traced almost all of the lines from the immigration in […]
Program “After Family Tree Maker? What does this mean and what are our options?” Beverly Harbourt, SGSC Member Following the panic that gripped every genealogist when Ancestry announce that they were discontinuing Family Tree Maker Software it was determined that we should look at some of the other software options out there. Therefore, this program […]
“Documentation – Why, How, Text Book and Functional” SGSC Member ~ Larry Dodge The first ten years or so that I was involved in collecting “genealogy”, I thought I would always remember where I got information, who said what, and how they explained events in the lives of ancestors that they knew personally or from first hand […]