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CRCGS is a recognized non-pro t organization and donations are tax deductible. All of our programs and classes are o ered free of charge thanks to the support of our members and their annual dues. All events take place at Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox, Castle Rock, unless otherwise speci ed. If you would like to help continue this valuable e ort in our community, please pick up a membership form in person, or download one from our website. Annual dues are $30 for an individual, $40 per household (2), Youth (under 18) $25. We hope you’ll join us!
CRCGS Nov. Happenings
Genealogy S.H.A.R.E. Drop-In
Sharing Help And Research Experience Every Monday • 10:00am - 12noon
Join us on Monday mornings
to share Genealogy research roadblocks and triumphs, pick
up a few trick and tips, and hear some great family stories from your fellow genealogists.
Monthly Program
Constructing an Eighteenth Century “Metes and Bounds Neighborhood for Genealogical Research” Presented by Kirk Patton
Sat., November 16 • 10am-12noon “Metes and Bounds” Neighborhood for Genealogical Research
Google Earth for Genealogy (Class)
Register here
“Genealogy Gems” presentation & workshop Session 2
Wed., November 13 • 10am–12noon Session 2: This workshop picks up where Session 1, October 23, left o , going beyond the basics of the GEP software. Attendance at Session 1 is a requirement to participate in this workshop.
If you’re interested in becoming a member this year, or need to renew your Membership?
Annual Dues: $30 Individual
$40 Household (2 people)
$25 Student
CRCGS Monthly Program
Reconstructing an
Eighteenth Century “Metes
and Bounds” Neighborhood
for Genealogical Research
Sat., November 16 • 10am – 12noon
at the Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox St., Castle Rock
Speaker: Kirk Patton
This presentation will explore the development of a neighborhood reconstruction project and its bene ts for genealogical research. Professional genealogist Kirk Patton will discuss his ongoing e ort to plat original land grants in a neighbor- hood settled in the late 1700’s in Kentucky and will demonstrate the value of establishing connections between adjacent landowners whose property boundaries were established with “metes and bounds” descriptions. The program will examine the integration of records associated with land ownership, focusing on what those records might reveal about the relationships between neighbors.
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Everyone is welcome. Stop by!
All programs are FREE!

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