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Black to give genealogy talk at Gloucester Library

The Gloucester Genealogical Society of Virginia will meet at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 25, in the Community Room of Gloucester Library, Main Street Center. The meeting is free and open to the public.

The GGSV program this month will feature Mathews-based professional genealogist and family historian Lori Jackson Black. In addition to owning and operating LJB Professional Genealogy & Research Services in Mathews, Black serves on the Board of Directors of The Fairfield Foundation in Gloucester and is the founder and president of Preservation Mathews, Inc.

She will share with the group information about websites, tips and suggestions for researching family history and genealogy online and also give pointers on avoiding misdirected research. For more information on Black and her work can be found at

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