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Members, Check Out The New Additions To Our Obituary Database.
1. Dr. John N. Doggett Jr.
2. Cleophas Williams
3. Massie R. Hayes
4. Jay Payton
5. Joe Mosly
6. Joe Booker Bolds Jr.
7. Oliver W. Wesson
8. Alvin Conley Jr.
New Obituaries Database Launched
The African American Genealogical Society of Northern California (AAGSNC) announced on September 21, 2013 The Obituary Project. It is an online searchable database of Obituaries and Funeral Programs. The database is a donated collection from members and friends. These records include deceased from Arkansas, California, Georgia, Tennessee, and Texas.
This database is currently available to research on our web site within “Members Only” in the Compiled Databases section.
We welcome contributions to this database. To submit your contribution for this collection contact the Chair of the Web Site Committee.
African American Research (Genealogy) Workshop
Description: Encountering challenges overcoming those brick walls while conducting your family's African American genealogical research? Unsure of which research strategies and techniques can assist you in locating your ancestors? Are you unable to conduct your research beyond the magical year of 1870, (the first year African Americans were comprehensively enumerated in the U.S. Census)? If you said yes to any of these questions, then the African American Research Workshop (AARW) may be the remedy to your genealogical challenges!
The workshop is scheduled the Fourth Wednesdays, 6:00 pm to :00 pm.
Fee: FREE - No Charge (all are welcome)
3-ring binder (continuing students, binders should contain all previously distributed hand-outs)
NO. 2 pencil(s) - (As a courtesy ink pens are not permitted in the classroom)
USB flash drive
How to register: N/A. Pre-registration not required.
Free for the General Public
African American Research Workshop and Individual Assistance | Fourth Wednesdays
6:00pm to 8:00pm - Workshop
8:00pm to 8:45pm - Individual Assistance
Oakland Family Search Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA, (510) 531-3905
Alvis Ward is available for individual help and as the teacher of the workshop. The goal is to allow participants who work during the day the opportunity to attend the class.
2017 African American Research Workshop Schedule
January 25, February 22, March 22, April 26, May 24