Course in genealogy, an introduction

An introductory level course in genealogy begins at 9 a.m., Sept. 12, when the first of three sessions will be held in Carter Hall, next to the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity at 31 rue des Jardins.

The course is being offered by Rosemary Bachelor, a professional genealogist and retired genealogical publisher.

The second session will be held Sept. 19 on the Laval campus and begin with a 9 a.m. tour of the archives, followed by a work session.  The third and final seminar will be at 9 a.m., Oct. 3 at Carter Hall.

Registration can be done at the first session, but please email [email protected] giving your name. The $60.00 course fee includes the three sessions and a resource kit with lists of sources for researching ancestors who lived in Canada, the United States, England, Ireland and Scotland.

Proceeds will go to the Parish of Quebec “250 Challenge” celebrating 250 years of Anglican church services in Quebec.  The campaign asks parishioners to not only help raise funds, but to also use their talents to benefit the parish and the community where they live.
Rosemary Bachelor    418-694-2371