Manchester - posted Jun, 25 2013
MANCHESTER - The featured speaker of the July 9 meeting of the Genealogy Group of the Historical Society will be Dianne Bordeaux Lenti, retired genealogist and member of the Connecticu Professional Genealogists Council. Lenti will present Crossing the Canadian Border: European & Canadian Immigrants to New England 1895-1954. The meeting is at 10 a.m. at the Old Manchester Museum, 126 Cedar St. Plans for Aug. and Sept. are to visit the Dodd Research Center at UConn and the Probate Court in Manchester with Judge Michael Darby. The Genealogy Group consists of members of the Manchester Historical Society, both amateurs and experts, with an interest in researching their family’s genealogy. Those who are looking for other research projects to do may speak with the group’s chairperson, Dennis Gleeson, who has a list of Manchester families and properties that the Historical Society would like to have researched. Meetings are usually held the second Tuesday of the month, and are listed on the upcoming events page of www.ManchesterHistory.org. Programs are free to Historical Society members, and $3 for non-members.