Leaving a Legacy by speaker Sheryl Reed Rascher
Whether your family history research embodies days or decades of your personal effort, you probably wouldn’t want it to end up in the recycle bin or burn barrel! Advance consideration can ensure your work outlives you. Charts and reports, a filing system without chaos, writing a family history or life story, sharing by installment, a variety of suggestions, and some lessons learned, hope to prove helpful.
About the Speaker: Veteran instructor and Fort Worth native Sheryl Reed Rascher has a passion for historical research, especially relative to Texas. President of the Erath County Genealogical Society and member of The Daughters of the Republic of Texas, she has served on the Fort Worth Genealogical Society board. Her first book, Images of America, Erath County, Texas, is scheduled for September release by Arcadia Publishing. Sheryl reports, “I love old books, purring cats, blooming plants, southern cooking, and people, dead or alive.”