Retired Teachers Association dips into genealogy


Local genealogy expert Peggy Lester—a retired school librarian and a past president of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association—regaled members with tales and tips genealogical … in under a half hour. Her well-paced, after-lunch program at the organization’s June meeting in Grace United Methodist Church covered the basics, illustrated some genealogical details by way of personal stories and photos, and included an ancestor chart for each member to take home to work on if interested. Peggy Lester is shown pointing out some of the genealogical information on a many-generations chart to FCRTA member Bob Mowrey.

Local genealogy expert Peggy Lester—a retired school librarian and a past president of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association—regaled members with tales and tips genealogical … in under a half hour. Her well-paced, after-lunch program at the organization’s June meeting in Grace United Methodist Church covered the basics, illustrated some genealogical details by way of personal stories and photos, and included an ancestor chart for each member to take home to work on if interested. Peggy Lester is shown pointing out some of the genealogical information on a many-generations chart to FCRTA member Bob Mowrey.


Local genealogy expert Peggy Lester—a retired school librarian and a past president of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association—regaled members with tales and tips genealogical … in under a half hour. Her well-paced, after-lunch program at the organization’s June meeting in Grace United Methodist Church covered the basics, illustrated some genealogical details by way of personal stories and photos, and included an ancestor chart for each member to take home to work on if interested. Peggy Lester is shown pointing out some of the genealogical information on a many-generations chart to FCRTA member Bob Mowrey.

Local genealogy expert Peggy Lester—a retired school librarian and a past president of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association—regaled members with tales and tips genealogical … in under a half hour. Her well-paced, after-lunch program at the organization’s June meeting in Grace United Methodist Church covered the basics, illustrated some genealogical details by way of personal stories and photos, and included an ancestor chart for each member to take home to work on if interested. Peggy Lester is shown pointing out some of the genealogical information on a many-generations chart to FCRTA member Bob Mowrey.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_20190606_085208-3-.jpgLocal genealogy expert Peggy Lester—a retired school librarian and a past president of the Fayette County Retired Teachers Association—regaled members with tales and tips genealogical … in under a half hour. Her well-paced, after-lunch program at the organization’s June meeting in Grace United Methodist Church covered the basics, illustrated some genealogical details by way of personal stories and photos, and included an ancestor chart for each member to take home to work on if interested. Peggy Lester is shown pointing out some of the genealogical information on a many-generations chart to FCRTA member Bob Mowrey.