Follow Friday – Tony’s Genealogy Blog

Do you follow Tony’s Genealogy Blog? Tony is a librarian at the Schaumburg Township District Library in the Chicagoland area who runs an amazing genealogy group. He is a one-man show who provides incredible resources.

Marian Pierre-Louis also wrote a post about Tony and my article. You can read it here: I Wish There Were More People Like Tony.

Read his blog and also my review in’s Chicago Genealogy section to learn more!

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  2. Tony Kierna


    You are too much!

    I am moved by all of your kind words describing your experience you had attending our most recent monthly Genealogy Program on October 11, 2011 at the Schaumburg Township District Library (STDL).

    I sensed you had a good time attending our program when we spoke after the program. I guess your bubbling expression and pure joy that was written on your face gave it away. And I wasn’t even supposed to be the speaker!!

    The length and depth of your “review” of our recent program was astounding. I need to emphasize to whoever reads what Jennifer wrote that I did not pay her to do that!!

    All I can keep thinking is one word.


    With a great deal of humility I can only say “Thank You”.

    Come on back again some time for another taste of one of our programs. I will have to take a step back from being a “one-man show” and one of our regular speakers will have the chance to help everyone in attendance to enhance their genealogy skills.

    Thanks again so much.

    Tony Kierna
    Genealogy Coordinator
    Schaumburg Township District Library

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