Please join us for a discussion on Court Records. Angela Pendleton (that's me!) will lead the conversation on what you can find at the local court house like Marriage Licenses, Death Certificates, Wills, Deeds and more! She will also share with you some of the gems that may be hiding in your local court house.
Have you ever had an eureka moment at the courthouse? Have you found anything surprising or special while you were researching court records? Please share your story and show us what you found after the Court Records discussion. (I can't wait to tell you about the crazy way I found a deed to my great grandmother's property!)
Angela is the Judicial Supervisor for the Clerk of Superior Court in Clayton County Georgia.
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Next month: I'm dying to get it done! A death defying workshop on November 3rd.
Angela graduated from Clayton State University in 2008 with a Bachelors of Arts with an interest in Archiving. During her undergraduate years, Angela spent two semesters as an Archives' Intern and is responsible for the organization structure of the University Relations Photograph Collection.
Angela's passion is researching and collecting old photographs from 1845 to about 1920. Angela has presented programs to Our Genealogy Group on Using Google Earth in Genealogy, Stories in Stones, Identifying and Preserving Photos, Court Records and more. She is on the Steering Committee of Our Genealogy Group at Clayton State University.