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"Municipalities of South Jersey" presented by Bonny Beth Elwell  (Monthly Meetings)
Tuesday, October 12
7:00 pm
Woodstown Friends Meeting House, 104 North Main Street, Woodstown NJ
The October meeting will feature "Municipalities of South Jersey" presented by Bonny Beth Elwell, Vice President of the Genealogical Society of Salem County. She will discuss the publication, "The Story of New Jersey's Civil Boundaries, 1606-1968" as a tool for researchers in determining where their ancestors were living in the midst of shifting boundaries. Meetings are free and open to the public, held at our new location at the Woodstown Friends Meeting House at 104 North Main Street in Woodstown.



"Tracking History Along the Delaware Bay in Photos" presented by Steve Barry  (Monthly Meetings)
Tuesday, November 9
7:00 pm
Woodstown Friends Meeting House, 104 North Main Street, Woodstown NJ
The Genealogical Society of Salem County will host a program entitled "Tracking History Along the Delaware Bay in Photos" by Steve Barry, editor of Railfan & Railroad magazine. Photographer Steve Barry has family roots in far southwestern New Jersey in the marshlands that border the Delaware Bay. Over the past few years, he has taken his camera down to the region to explore some of the sights. Along the way he has photographed the historic, the mundane, and the offbeat — all a part of the fabric of life along the bay. He will share some of his favorite photographs of his explorations of this unique corner of New Jersey. This program is free and open to the public, held at our new location at the Woodstown Friends Meeting House at 104 North Main Street in Woodstown.



Genealogical Society Meeting  (Monthly Meetings)
Tuesday, December 14
7:00 pm
Woodstown Friends Meeting House, 104 North Main Street, Woodstown NJ
Come to the monthly meeting of the Genealogical Society of Salem County to learn more about how to research your ancestors or some aspect of local history! Meetings are free and open to the public, held at our new location at the Woodstown Friends Meeting House at 104 North Main Street in Woodstown.