Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Announcing New County Genealogists for Jay and Monroe Counties

The Indiana Genealogical Society is pleased to announce two new Indiana County Genealogists: Megan MacDonald for Monroe County and Janice Stucky for Jay County.

Megan MacDonald is the research Librarian at the Monroe County History Center's Genealogy Library and has lived in Monroe County for 12 years. She has worked for the Indiana University Archives and Libraries where she became well-versed with the families associated with Indiana University and Bloomington. Megan is also a part of the African American Committee, and works with the county for the Bicentennial, researching the early African American families and their contribution to Monroe County.

Contact information for Megan MacDonald is 922 W. Howe, Bloomington, IN 47403; e-mail memeacdon@gmail.com.

Janice Stucky has lived in Jay county all her life and has been the librarian at the Jay County Historical Society since 2003. She helped to write the textbook that third-graders use to do their history projects. Janice has also compiled two books of materials from information found in the Dunkirk and Pennville libraries. Janice can be contacted through the Jay County Historical Society, 903 E. Main Street, Portland, IN 47371; phone (260) 726-7168 or by e-mail at research@jaycountyhistory.org.

About Indiana County Genealogists

Indiana County Genealogists (ICGs) coordinate Indiana Genealogical Society’s genealogical information and activities in their county, working with the local genealogical and historical societies, as well as other genealogical organizations, individuals, and repositories. They serve as the contact person for in- and out-of-state  researcher members as well as non-members, to help them accomplish their research goals in their county.

You can find a list of all Indiana County Genealogists and their contact information on the IGS website.

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