Ms. Wlodarczyk says, “Without the background of their lives and the context of the times in history surrounding their lives, the data facts and figures of your family’s history is merely data”.
Join us to learn how to glean information from your family histories and organize them into meaningful stories. This program is co-sponsored by the Mount Tabor Library, a branch of the Parsippany Library system. 7:00 pm Social, 7:30 pm Program, at the Bethel.
Maureen Wlodarczyk is an admitted and unrepentant history and genealogy addict. She is a member of the Irish American Writers and Artists organization and the Genealogical Society of New Jersey. Maureen has helped many people research and discover their own family history and ancestral roots and offers her genealogical services to the public upon request. She is a frequent speaker on topics of genealogy research, New Jersey history, writing your own family history, and self-publishing how-to. She is the author of four books, each of those focusing on 19th and early 20th century life in New Jersey. Maureen’s newest book, celebrating New Jersey’s 350th anniversary, is “Jersey! Then…Again,” a collection of 36 short stories about authentic New Jersey people and events spanning from the early 1800s through the early 1900s. For more information about Maureen visit http://past-forward.com.