Benefits

Member Discount to ‘FindMyPast World’

We are very happy to announce a new benefit of membership in our society.  FindMyPast (FMP) and the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) have negotiated a subscription discount for societies which are affliliated with FGS.  As a result, our members may immediately subscribe to  FindMyPast – World for half of their normal price – a savings of about $100. … Continue reading »

Benefits / Resources

VT Genealogy Library Adds OBIT Database

The Vermont Genealogy Library has added  a new database of over 20,000 obituaries to its website at  www.vtgenlib.org.  This database is the result of a 7-year indexing effort directed by Janet Eno Landry and involving several volunteer members.  The primary area covered in this project is southern New England, particularly the areas within 50 miles … Continue reading »

Benefits / Resources

New Book Acquisitions Reviewed – Part 3 of 4

[Editor’s note: This third post of four, written by Lynn Johnson, member of the VT-FCGS Acquisitions Committee, continues her reviews of the new books added to the VT-FCGS Library in the Summer of 2014.] Books of Ontario Mariages 1857-1896 St. John’s Presbyterian, Cornwall The editor of this book notes that the information comes from original … Continue reading »

Benefits / Resources

New Book Acquisitions Reviewed -Part 2 of 4

[Editor’s note: This second post of four, written by Lynn Johnson, member of the VT-FCGS Acquisitions Committee, continues her reviews of the new books added to the VT-FCGS Library in the Summer of 2014.] Books of New Brunswick Note- these two books go together Marriage Register 1846-1887 Albert County, New Brunswick This marriage register was … Continue reading »

Benefits

New Irish, British Online Resource Now Accessible to Members

I am excited to announce that the Vermont Genealogy Library has added Irish and British Origins (www.origins.net) as their newest online database resource which can be accessed from the Library’s computers. Origins.net is a comprehensive British & Irish record collections, dating back to the 13th century as well as the National Wills Index, pre-1858 English … Continue reading »