Saturday, August 20 at 10 AM
Crawley Business Center in Visit Hendricks County Building
On Saturday, August 20th at 10 am, Genealogy Lecturer Ron Darrah will speak on Using Indiana Circuit Court Records. Hoosiers had many connections to the state’s legal system from the Territorial Era to both the First and Second Constitutions. This program discusses what those many connections might have been and where to find the numerous types of records. The records range from 1800-Present.
Darrah has been researching genealogy for over 30 years and a lecturer for 20 years. He is the secretary and newsletter editor for the Genealogical Society of Marion County. Currently, Darrah is Corresponding Secretary and Fellow of Indiana Genealogical Society and the chair of the IGS’s affiliates – Society of Civil War Families of Indiana and Territorial Guard Society of Indiana.
The program is part of the Celebrate the Bicentennial at DPL and is sponsored by the Indiana Room at Danville Public Library. Due to the library’s construction project, the program will be held at the Crawley Business Center in the Visit Hendricks County building at 8 West Main Street in Danville. The door is located on the east side of the building.
Registration is required. Register online here.