1813Re: [maranofamilies] Family History Center in Kenosha
- Aug 24, 2011Hi Nicole,I have used it It's been about a year and a half though. It was OK. There are some local records available and I was able to find a few things that way. Otherwise I realized I could do the same research at home and just request the microfilms be sent there for viewing. UW-Parkside is also supposed to have some local records available, but I haven't been able to check it out yet.BTW - I still reside in Kenosha and have some Ruffalos in my family line. There is also a Molinaro due to a marriage.Megan PerriResearching: Perri, Chianelli, Fragale, Noto, Malfitano, among others...
From: nmaritch <wrigley84@...>
To: maranofamilies <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wed, Aug 24, 2011 6:45 am
Subject: [maranofamilies] Family History Center in Kenosha
I have recently relocated to SE Wisconsin, and I am ready to pick up the genealogy trail again. Has anyone used the FHC in Kenosha? What is their equipment like? Do they have printers?
Families searching: Greco, Ruffalo, Ruffolo, Aiello, Molinaro, Infusino, Totero.
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