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Wednesday, March 11
Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina  (Monthly Meeting)
7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Asbury Care Center, Aldersgate
Celebrate Women's History Month and the centennial of ratification of the 19th amendment with the tales of famous women from North Carolina's past. Randell Jones, award winning author and storyteller, will regale us with stories of many females who stood out at a time when it was not necessarily 'proper' to do so!
This project is made possible by funding from the North Carolina Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit and affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Wednesday, April 8
Medieval English Genealogy, Part II  (Monthly Meeting)
7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Asbury Care Center, Aldersgate Retirement Community, 3800 Shamrock Drive, Charlotte
Gerald Montagna began sharing a thorough study of English life from medieval times at our October 2019 meeting. He focused on the upper class nobility and its structure. Gerald returns to fill out the remainder of the story, describing the common folks who lived during that period, including their legal business and many other condititions pertinent to understanding records from that time.

Wednesday, May 20 through Saturday, May 23
Echoes of Our Ancestors - 2020 National Family History Conference  (Conferences)
Salt Lake City

Learn new strategies, resources, and techniques to sharpen your family history skills at the NGS 2020 Family History Conference.

Saturday, June 20
Beyond The Barriers, Sponsored by Olde Buncombe County Genealogical Society  (Workshops)
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Reuter Center, UNC Asheville Campus
Presenter Dr. Thomas W. Jones, a board-certified genealogist, award-winning writer & recipient of awards from genealogical organizations, will offer 4 sessions designed to help both beginning & experienced researchers find paths around research barriers.
Topics include   1) “Building a Credible Lineage, Despite Missing information, Conflicting and Incorrect Records and Undocumented Publication,”  2) ”Finding ‘Unfindable’ Ancestors,” 3) “The Jones Jinx: Tracing Common Surnames,” and 4) “Systematically Using Autosomal DNA Test Results to Help Break Through Genealogical Brick Walls.”
Registration information will be available in late March on Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society website,