Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, Hilton SLC Center, Salt Lake City, UtahAdvanced Evidence Analysis Practicum
Tina Beaird, MLISJoliet Public Library, Joliet Black Rd. Branch 3395 Black Rd. Joliet, IL 60431Will County Resources
Dina C. CarsonSalt Lake Intitute of Genealogy, Salt Lake City, UTWriting and Publishing Family Histories in the Digital Age
Tina Beaird, MLISManteno Public Library, Manteno Public Library 10 S Walnut St, Manteno, IL 60950Unlocking The Secrets of Your Family Tree
Debra Dudek, BA, MScChicago Scots Genealogy Group, Scottish Home, North Riverside, ILCrime, Prison, and Punishment: Researching UK Criminal and Prisoner Records online and at the National Archives
Robert M. Wilbanks IVPinal County Genealogists, 2018 Pinal County Genealogy Workshop, Casa Grande, ArizonaMarch of the Virginians Part 1 : Colony to Commonwealth
From the earliest settlement to the establishment of the Commonwealth after the American Revolution, this presentation delves into the early history of the founding and settlement of Virginia. The presentation further explains the geography and topography that impacted early settlement and follows the slow expansion of the English Colony of Virginia and the pre Revolutionary War exploration, growth and expansion South into the Carolinas and migration west to the earliest settlements of Kentucky and Tennessee, the Ohio River Valley, and more. Tips for genealogy research and Virginia Genealogy resources are highlighted.
March of the Virginians Part 2 : Westward Expansion
Picking up just after the American Revolution, this presentation discusses Virginia as a primary major jumping off point for the great American westward expansion. Discussing migration patterns into, within, and out of Virginia, eventually showing the states of the Old South, the Old Northwest and the pre Civil War Western Frontier that have strong Virginia ties. The presentation continues through the 1900 census showing the many States that report a population with the highest Virginia Roots. Tips for genealogy research and Virginia Genealogy resources are highlighted.
Debra Dudek, BA, MScIsle La Cashe NSDAR, Fountaindale Public Library, 300 W. Briarcliff Road, Bolingbrook, ILThe Hunter of Tallulah - The Truth and Legend of an Indian War Ancestor
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMScioto County Genealogical Society, Portsmouth Public Library, Portmouth, Ohio1 pm Understanding Your DNA Matches
Leslie Brinkley Lawson , FGCGenealogical Society of Washington County, Hillsboro Brookwood Library, Hillsboro, Oregon Getting From Then to Now: Locating People in the Last Century
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMFranklin County Genealogical and Historical Society DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant 1:30-3:30 pm Intermediate Genetic Genealogy
Linda Okazaki San Joaquin Genealogical Society, Stockton, CaliforniaWho's in Your Neighborhood? Meeting the Diverse Research Needs of Your Community
Tina Beaird, MLISGeneva Public Library, Geneva Public Library 127 James St. Geneva, IL 60134Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree
Wevonneda MinisFlorida State Genealogical Society, WebinarEnslaved Blacks in White Church Records: An Overlooked Resource
Shirley Gage HodgesMarshall District Library, Marshall, MIThe Role of Women In WW I
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMFranklin County Genealogical and Historical Society DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant 1:30-3:30 pm Introduction to GedMatch
Jill Morelli, CGBoard for Certification of Genealogists; Legacy Family Tree Webinars, webinarSwedish Tax Records and the Questions They Answer: Swedish researchers rely on the parish records of birth, marriage and death and the household examination records. These assist us in successfully managing the transitions of our families in the 19th century. The taxation records can assist us in our work in the 18th century solving typical problems of gaps in records and extension of the end of the line. Three case studies will be presented which will illustrate the use of the interesting but little used resource.
Tina Beaird, MLISManteno Public Library, Manteno Public Library 10 S Walnut St, Manteno, IL 60950Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree
Ted GostinGenealogical Society of North Orange County California, Yorba Linda Community Center, Imperial Room C, 4501 Casa Loma Ave., Yorba LindaFinding Vital Records Online - Beyond Ancestry and FamilySearch
LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG(SM)Hughes Main Branch, Greenville, SC Public Library System, Greenville, SCAfrican American Genealogy
Linda Okazaki San Mateo County Genealogical Society, Grace Lutheran Church, 2825 Alameda de Las Pulgas, San MateoWho's in Your Neighborhood? Meeting the Diverse Research Needs of Your Community
Wevonneda MinisFriends of Florence County Library, Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation (Main Library) 509 S. Dargan St., Florence, S.C.Digging Your Roots: Basic Research and Tips for Tracing African-American Ancestors
Ted GostinGlendora Genealogical Group, La Fetra Senior Center, 333 E. Foothill Blvd., GlendoraThey Became Citizens: An Overview of American Naturalization Records
Diane L. RichardRootstech, Salt Lake City, UTDigital Library on American Slavery & More
Michelle GoodrumRootsTech, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UTGoogle Photos: Collect, Organize, Preserve
Janice M. SellersRootsTech/FamilySearch, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UtahOnline Doesn't Mean Free: Copyright Issues for Genealogy
Debra Dudek, BA, MScFox Valley Genealogical Society, Naperville Municipal Center, 400 South Eagle, Naperville, ILPinning Your Past Together with Pinterest
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMAshtabula County District Library System, Geneva Branch and Ashtabula Branch10 am-12 noon in Geneva
2 -4 pm in Ashtabula
Introduction to Genetic Genealogy
Tina Beaird, MLISLake County Genealogical Society, Mundelein Park District 1401 N Midlothian Rd, Mundelein, IL 60060Ghosts in the Graveyard: Intuition or Divine Intervention?
Michelle GoodrumFamily History Society of Arizona-Glendale/Avondale Chapter, Avondale Library, 11350 W Civic Center Drive, Zane Grey Room, Avondale, AZFamily for William: A Case Study Using DNA & the Paper Trail
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMMiami County Genealogical Society, Fort Piqua Plaza Conference CenterUsing Tools to Organize Your Autosomal DNA Results
Tina Beaird, MLISManteno Public Library, Manteno Public Library 10 S Walnut St, Manteno, IL 60950Grandma Nellie's Scrapbook: Interpreting and Identifying Old Photographs
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMGreenup Genealogical Society Conference, TBDTBD
Michelle GoodrumSouthern California Genealogy Society-Extension Series Webinar, Land Records: Using Indexes & Deeds to Move Your Research Forward
Tina Beaird, MLISOhio Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Hyatt Regency Hotel Columbus, OH 1. Using State Adjutant General's Records
2. Scotland's Resources: Getting Past Scotlandspeople When Researching Your Scottish Roots
Jill Morelli, CGOhio Genealogical Society Annual Conference 2018, Columbus, Ohio"On the Clock": Demystifying the BCG Portfolio Process: Thinking about getting certified. Come learn the basic requirements and get your questions answered from a recent, successful candidate/; The Ohio State University Archives & Special Collections: A Genealogical Treasure Chest: Ohio has some great resources, but often academic libraries and archives are overlooked. After a terrific discovery in the OSU Archives, I want to share what you, too, might find in this collection. (Sponsored by OSU Friends of the Library)
Diane L. RichardOhio Genealogical Society Conference, Columbus, OH(1) F34-Research Finns-Finnish Not Required, Internet Is!, (2) S19-Pre-Vital Records-Where’s a Person to Look?
Gail Shaffer BlankenauIowa State Genealogy Society, Des Moines, IowaWho is Hiding in Your Drawer? Date and Identify 19th-Century PhotographsProof or Consequences: Change how you Approach EvidenceProbe Those Probates for Hidden Clues Connect the Dots with a Migration Study
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMPinckney Community Public Library, 125 Putnam St, Pinckney, MichiganFull Day Workshop
1.Genealogical DNA Testing for Beginners
2.Getting Started in Genealogy: Things I Wish I Would Have Known When I Started
3.Preparing for an Library/Archive Visit BEFORE You Go
4.How to Clear the Mess on the Desk
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMClinton County Genealogical Society, Clinton County History Museum, 149 E Locust St, Wilmington, Ohio 451777 pm I Have My DNA Results. Now what?
Debra Dudek, BA, MScLaGrange Public Library, La Grange Public Library 10 West Cossitt Avenue La Grange, IllinoisBeyond Ancestry
Tina Beaird, MLISVirginia State Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Four Points by Sheraton 4700 S. Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, VA(S31) Tracing Your Presbyterian Ancestors(S32) Compassion, Peace and Justice: Presbyterian Church Structure and History(S33) Scottish Covenanters to the U.S. 1680-1780(S34) Scotland’s Resources
Jill Morelli, CGNational Genealogical Society Annual Conference 2018, Grand Rapids, MIGlory to God! Dutch Reformed Records: In Archives, Online, and On Site: The presenter, whose great grandfather was one of the founders of the American Dutch Reformed Church, will describe the records that are available in the archive at Calvin College/Seminary, online and visits to the churches themselves.
Linda SernaSan Luis Obispo Genealogical Society, IOOF Hall, 520 Dana St., San Luis Obispo, CA1. Tales to Docs to Stories: Building Your Family Story from Family Tales and Documents 2. What Do You Do When Your DNA Doesn't Match Your Paper Trail?
Diane L. RichardNorth Carolina Genealogical Society, WebinarSecretary of State Records and beyond
Janice M. SellersSanta Clara County Historical and Genealogical Society, Santa Clara City Public Library, 2635 Homestead Road, Santa Clara, CARead All about It!: Using Online Newspapers for Genealogical Research
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMWisconsin State Genealogical Society, Webinar7 pm Online Tools to Organize and Collaborate with Your Cousins
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMFranklin County Genealogical and Historical Society, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant 9:30 am - 1:30 pm OneNote Workshop
Debra Dudek, BA, MScSouthern California Genealogical Society Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport 2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505Allied with the Allies: WWI Canadian, European, and Red Cross Records
Sorting Through Sordid Southern Divorce Records
Michelle GoodrumSouthern California Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott, Burbank Airport Hotel, Burbank, CADigging for Ancestors at the Bureau of Land Management
Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGSThe Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2018, Guelph OntarioOur Canada Our Original People
Debra Dudek, BA, MScSouthern California Genealogical Society Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport 2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505The Hunter of Tallulah - The Truth and Legend of an Indian War Ancestor
Michelle GoodrumSouthern California Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott, Burbank Airport Hotel, Burbank, CAUsing Homestead Records to Tell your Ancestor's Story
Michelle GoodrumSouthern California Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott, Burbank Airport Hotel, Burbank, CALife on the Trail "West"
Michelle GoodrumStillaguamish Valley Genealogy Society, Arlington, WashingtonSearching for Land Records
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMKinseekers Genealogical Society of Lake County Florida, Leesburg Public Library, 100 E. Main St, Leesburg, FL 3474810:30 am How to Clear the Mess on Your Desk
Diane L. RichardLegacy Webinars, WebinarFreedmen’s Bureau Records – Invaluable to ALL Southern Research!
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMMarion County Area Genealogical Society, Marion County Historical Society10 am Topic TBD
Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGSBoulder Genealogical Society, Boulder, ColoradoSources or Clues? Pitfalls of Using Published Genealogies and Online Trees