The Northeast Missouri Genealogical Society will hold their fourth meeting of the year at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Hannibal Free Public Library, located at 200 S. 5th St.

The Northeast Missouri Genealogical Society will hold their fourth meeting of the year at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Hannibal Free Public Library, located at 200 S. 5th St.

Sharon Harrison, president of the Northeast Missouri Genealogical Society, will conduct the business meeting.

Hallie Yundt Silver, Hannibal Free Public Library Director, will make a PowerPoint presentation entitled "Census for the Genealogist.” Included in her talk is information about Federal Population Census Schedules and their indexing, State Census Schedules and Local Census Schedules.

In addition, she will cover other Federal Census Schedules, including: Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes; Mortality Schedules; Social Statistics Schedules; Industry and Manufacturing Schedules; Census of Business Roll Lists; Agricultural Schedules; 1890 Special Schedule of Union Veterans and Widows; Slave Schedules; American Indian Enumerations; and Alien Registration Lists.

Yundt Silver began her career as a librarian in 1977 at the Manatee County Public Library in Bradenton, Fla. In the early 1980s she and her husband formed the Bartow County Library System in Cartersville, Ga. Later, she became the Director of the Menominee County Library System in Stephenson, Mich. In 1990, she was Public Services Coordinator at the library in Manitowoc, Wisc. and near her 17-year tenure her title changed to Assistant Director. She became the Director of Hannibal Free Public Library in 2007.

The Northeast Missouri Genealogical Society serves 14 counties in northeast Missouri and the quarterly meetings are scheduled at various locations to make it possible for the outlying members to attend. The Society is dedicated to the collection of genealogy materials, both published and unpublished, for printing in the “Northeast Reporter.” The 33-page quarterly is published each April, June, August and October.

The public and those interested in family research are welcome to attend. For additional information, call 573-221-7282.