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The Bay County Library System, in partnership with the Bay County Genealogical Society, holds classes for beginners in family history research. In the beginner’s class you will learn how find vital records, and how to find your family in the census and organize your research. 

Programs are held in the Wirt Computer Lab. Registration is required. Call the Reference Dept. at 893-9566 ext. 2200 or register online via the links below.

Next programs:

DNA/101: Beginning Genetic Genealogy with Daniel Earl
WIRT: Wed, Jun 5, 6:30-7:45 pm ®
Daniel Earl is a genealogy speaker and researcher who helps others make history a part of their personal stories. Registration required online or by phone at 893-9566 ext. 2200.


Discover your Roots: Family History Research for Beginners
Learn how to research your family history! Find your family in the census using Ancestry Library Edition. Learn how to find vital records and organize your research.

None at this time. Check back soon.


Intro to Genealogy Databases: Ancestry Library Edition & MyHeritage Library Edition
Learn how to further your family research using Ancestry Library Edition and MyHeritage Library Edition (new database as of October 2018) and print or save documents electronically.

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