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Category Archives: California Genealogy
So it Begins… Cath Madden Trindle In June of 1929 John and May packed daughters, Dolores, Clare and Jean, none of whom had never been out of Minnesota and May’s mother Mary Walsh Geraghty, a native of Ireland, into the … Continue reading
The free genealogy seminar held on Saturday, February 22, presented by the San Joaquin Genealogical Society (SJGS) and cosponsored by the California State Genealogical Alliance (CSGA) and University of the Pacific’s Jacoby Center for Public Service and Civic Leadership, was … Continue reading
Mar 6 – Vallejo-Benicia Genealogy Society – Migration within the United States Check website or contact program chair for more information.
Miscellaneous Agencies Cath Madden Trindle FDIC 1933 – present NARA RG 34 The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was established in 1933 as an independent agency by the Federal Reserve / Glass Stagall Act (48 Stat. 162) to insure the deposits … Continue reading