Scott County Genealogical Society, Inc.
Georgetown, Kentucky

Established 1983


2007 Photo Archive



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December 2007: Past President Kitty Allen (left) passed the SCGS gavel to President Elect Nancy Giles. Other officers for 2008 include Sarah Baston, Treasurer; Carol Adams, Secretary; Martha Sageser, Corresponding Secretary; and Tom Beatty, Vice President.


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November 2007: Becky Ryder from the University of Kentucky talked about the Kentucky Newspaper Preservation Project.


Photos by Tom Beatty
October 2007: At left, SCGS member Nancy Giles demonstrated document preservation techniques, and at right, presented the correct way to clean old photographs.


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September 2007: Nancy Giles presented a summary of her experiences at the August 2007 Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) convention held in Fort Wayne, Indiana.


Photo by Tom Beatty
July 2007: Dr. Glen Taul discussed some interesting facts uncovered in his family research dating back to the 1700s.


Photos by Tom Beatty
June 2007: At left, Lisa Sanden, President of the Fayette County Cemetery Trust, presented a talk on preserving rural family cemeteries. At right, SCGS President Kitty Allen presented a book about Scott County cemeteries to Sanden.


Photos by Tom Beatty
May 2007: During our May "show and tell" program, SCGS President Kitty Allen (left) displayed a piece of glassware that had belonged to her ancestors. At right, Maxine Friedly told members about a token from her childhood.


Photos by Tom Beatty
April 2007: Left, SCGS President Kitty Allen opened the meeting which was held at the Georgetown & Scott County Museum. At right, SCGS member Nancy Giles discussed plans for the upcoming FGS Conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in a program titled, "Benefits of Attending a National Conference."


Photo by Tom Beatty
March 2007: During a fun program titled, "Genealogy Ignorance," SCGS member Ron Vance explored the problem of deciding on facts prematurely, and not being open for alternatives in one's research.


Photos by Tom Beatty
February 2007: Georgia Greene Stamper (left) and Aaron Wilson discussed "The History of Mountain Island." Several guests who attended were descendants of Mountain Island slave families.