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BGS Mtg: April 27— Using the Alabama State Loose R ecords Database/Index on the Web

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  • A.J. Wright
    ... From: Birmingham Genealogical Society Blog Date: Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 11:46 AM Subject: [New post] BGS Meeting — April 27,
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      birminghamgenealogy posted: "The Birmingham Genealogical Society meets the fourth Saturday of each month (ex. Nov. & Dec.) at the Downtown Birmingham Public Library. Guests are always welcome!Next meeting: Saturday, April 27th at 2 p.m.;Board Meeting at 1:00 p.m.Meeting R"
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      New post on Birmingham Genealogical Society Blog

      BGS Meeting — April 27, 2013 — Using the Alabama State Loose Records Database/Index on the Web

      by birminghamgenealogy

      The Birmingham Genealogical Society meets the fourth Saturday of each month (ex. Nov. & Dec.) at the Downtown Birmingham Public Library. Guests are always welcome!

      Next meeting: Saturday, April 27th at 2 p.m.;Board Meeting at 1:00 p.m.

      Meeting Room: Arrington Auditorium, 4th Floor, Linn-Henley Building

      Speaker: Jim Anderson

      Program Topic: Using the Alabama State Loose Records Database/Index on the Web

      Please join us as Jim Anderson, current Webmaster and Treasurer, Alabama Genealogical Society(and BGS member) presents “Using the Alabama State Loose Records Database/Index on the Web.”

      Jim is the database architect for the AGS Loose Records web index that gives searchable access to over fifty thousand names culled from archival records of Alabama probate courts - the subject of which is his presentation today. With a degree in Film and TV production his early career was producing programs for the military, and later, the Alabama ETV (now APTV) network.  Following work in medical television at UAB, Jim moved into sales of AV and video equipment, and computers.  After owning and managing an Apple dealership for fourteen years Jim retired to pursue his family history research while working in a theatre troupe bringing performances to seniors in retirement homes throughout Jefferson County.

      Jim has previously made two extremely interesting presentations to BGS: First, the recounting of a murder in Shelby County and it’s connection with a prominent Birmingham business man, and second,  an analysis of the question of who is buried on the Birmingham Country Club golf course.

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