Mary Kircher RoddySouthern California Genealogical Society Webinar Extension Series, WebinarTrails West: Crossing the Continent 1840-1869
Before the transcontinental railroad was completed Easterners and Mid-Westerners began to settle the West. How did they get there and what was the journey like? Presentation covers overland and water routes with descriptions of the journey and using clues to discover how and when your ancestor traveled.
Shirley Gage HodgesWestern Michigan Genealogical Society, Grand Rapids, MI Maps, Gazetteers and Directories
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMMinnesota Genealogical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota12:45 pm Using OneNote to Organize Your Genealogical Research
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMMinnesota Genealogical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota2:15 Online Tools to Organize and Collaborate with Your Cousins
Linda Okazaki Nichi Bei Foundation and the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, Angel Island, CaliforniaConsultations with Pilgrims: Find Your Family
Janice C LovelaceDavid Douglas Chapter NSDAR, Redmond WA"Writing Your Family Story - Getting Started"
Laura H. CongletonGerman Genealogy Group, VFW Hall Post 3211, 320 S. Broadway (Route 107), Hicksville, NY 11801Newspaper Research Using Old Fulton NY Post Cards
Tina Beaird, MLISBatavia Public Library District, Batavia Public Library 10 S. Batavia Ave. Batavia, IL 60510Grandma Nellie's Scrapbook: Identifying and Interpreting Historic Photos
Mary Kircher RoddySno-Isle Libraries - Stanwood branch, Sno-Isle Library, Stanwood, WashingtonWriting The Story When They Left No Stories - You've spent years (or decades) working on your genealogy. Now it's finally time to take all that data and put it together into a story that your friends and relatives - yes, even your spouse and children - will want to read. Using social history resources, Mary Roddy will show you how to take your data and "fluff it up" with the kinds of details that draw your reader into the story of their ancestors' lives.
Helen V Smith, PLCGSUnlock the Past, Adelaide AustraliaGoogle the Genealogist's Friend
Karen KrugmanMacomb Genealogy Group, Mt Clemens Public LibraryHere Comes The Judge
Shirley Gage HodgesMarshall District Library, Marshall, MIGenealogy and Computers
Tina Beaird, MLIS Genealogical Society of Marion County Indiana, 9370 E. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46229Annual Fall Conference:Mapping Your Migrating Ancestors, Free Land! Homesteading on the Frontier, Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree, and Advanced Genealogy Workshop
Jill MorelliWoodinville Genealogical Society, TBDTBD
Julie Miller, CG, FNGSLongmont Genealogical Society, Longmont, ColoradoOrganizing Your Genealogy Without Losing Your Mind
Gail D. HershenzonCustom Holidays , Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, MichiganThis is a walking/driving tour of Woodmere Cemetery.
Helen V Smith, PLCGSGenealogical Society of Queensland, Queen Alexandria Home Coorparoo, Queensland AustraliaResearching the Irish Using Social Media
Jill MorelliWhatcom County Genealgoical Society, TBDFinding Women's Birth Names: 25 + Places to Look, Solving Family Myths Using the Principles of Logic, My Top Ten Tech Tools I Really Use
Mary Kircher RoddyJefferson County Genealogical Society, Chimacum, WashingtonRead 'Em or Weep - Promise and Pitfalls in Newspaper OCR - Learn where to find free and pay newspaper sites online. Understand how to put OCR mistakes to work for you to increase search results. See a method to make sure you do thorough searching in every newspaper every time.
Janice C LovelaceAfro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Atlanta GA"Breaking the Wall of Slavery: Ten Steps to Finding Slave Owning Families"
Linda SernaAntelope Valley Genealogical Society, Chimbole Cultural Center, 38350 Sierra Hwy, Palmdale, CAGenealogy as Detective Work
Gail D. HershenzonPreservation Detroit, Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, MichiganWalking/driving tour of Woodmere Cemetery
Ted GostinWhittier Area Genealogical Society, Masonic Lodge, 7604 Greenleaf Ave., Whittier 91602Breaking Down Brick Walls: Three Case Studies
Diane L. RichardGovernment and Heritage Library - State Library of North Carolina, Virtual Program [details TBD]An Introduction to Freedmen's Bureau Records
Diane L. RichardWake County Public Libraries, Raleigh, NCBeginner's DNA for Genealogists
Linda Okazaki Danville Senior Center, Danville, CaliforniaFind Your Family: An Introduction to Genealogy
Janice M. SellersSan Ramon Valley Genealogical Society, Danville FamilySearch Center, LDS Church, 2949 Stone Valley Road, Alamo, CARead All about It!: Using Online Newspapers for Genealogical Research
Mary Kircher RoddyMassachusetts Society of Genealogists, Webinar presentationA Decree of (Temporary) Divorce - My Life Without Ancestry.com - My bank balance was thin and my patience with paying the faceless corporate entity was even thinner. Learn how I found free substitute records for many of the records I used to pay for at Ancestry.com, and how I discovered some new sites as well. My temporary "divorce" forced me to examine my genealogy from a different viewpoint with a fresh perspective. You, too, can recharge your genealogy, and save a few pennies as well.
Pam Vestal, Pam VestalSouthern California Genealogical Society's Jamboree Extension Series, WebinarPits I Have Fallen Into and How to Avoid Them
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMWillowbrook at Delaware Run, 100 Delaware Crossing West, Delaware, Ohio 43015 3rd floor auditorium10 am How to Fix the Mess on Your Desk (part 3) Online Organizational Tools
Pam Vestal, Pam VestalFlorida State Genealogical Society, WebinarPits I Have Fallen Into and How to Avoid Them
Jill MorelliIndiana State Library, Genealogy and Local History Fair, Indiana State Library, 1350 W. Ohio, Indianapolis, IndianaHouse Histories--Wherever You Live!: Like our families, our built environment has a genealogy as well. Researching our homes our neighborhoods and our towns can lead us to clues and surprises that answer questions about our family history as well.
Jill MorelliIndiana State Library, Genealogy and Local History Fair, Indianapolis, IndianaFire Insurance Maps: The Google Maps of their Day
Gail D. HershenzonStepOnBusTours , Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, MichiganThis is a walking/driving tour of Woodmere Cemetery.
Diane L. RichardWCGS and AAHGS (Triangle Chapter), Raleigh, NCTBD
Pam Vestal, Pam VestalOregon Genealogical Society, Fall Seminar, Eugene, OregonEastern European Genealogy: If I Can Do It, So Can You! Beyond Names and Dates: Filling in the Stories of Our Female Ancestors Voting Records: Genealogy's Best Kept Secret! Pits I Have Fallen Into and How to Avoid Them
Mary Kircher RoddySno-Isle Libraries - Marysville branch, Marysville, WashingtonThe Evergreen State: Researching Your Washington State Ancestors
Linda SernaLeisure World Genealogy Group, Room 1, Clubhouse 3, Leisure World, Seal Beach, CAUsing Online Sources to Expand Your Family Story
Tina Beaird, MLISMessenger Public Library , Messenger Public Library 113 Oak St. North Aurora, IL 60542CSI: Cemetery Search and Investigation
Janice C LovelaceTexas State Genealogical Society Conference, Dallas TX"Why Do I Need Genealogical Proof Standard for My Family Research?"
Diane L. RichardTexas State Genealogical Society (Annual Conference), Dallas, TX(1) Freedmen's Bureau Records - More Valuable to Anyone's Southern Research Than You Might Have Thought, (2) Get Excited About Your Pre-1870 African American Research
Janice M. SellersCalifornia State Genealogical Alliance and California Genealogical Society, California Genealogical Society Why Would They Put It Online If They Didn't Want Me to Use It?: Copyright Issues for Genealogy
Jill MorelliNordic Heritage Museum, Nordic Heritage Museum, 3014 NW 67th, Seattle WAYour Scandinavian Roots: Researching the Records of the North: a workshop researching the primary three record sets of Sweden, Denmark, and Norway of emigration, ministerial records and censuses/clerical surveys.
Billie Fogarty, Billie FogartyTexas State Genealogical Society, Crown Plaza Hotel Downtown, 1015 Elm Street, Dallas, TXBounty Land and the American Soldier
Janice C LovelaceTexas State Genealogical Society Conference, Dallas TX"Was Great-Grandmother Really Native American? An Intro to Native American Genealogical Research"
Tina Beaird, MLISWheaton Public Library , Wheaton Public Library 225 N. Cross Street Wheaton, IL 60187Newspaper Necessities
Jill MorelliPuget Sound Genealogical Society, Sylvan Library, 1301 Sylvan Way, Bremerton, WACitations! You Know You Should: (working title)
Tina Beaird, MLISPalatine Public Library District, Palatine Public Library District 700 N. North Court, Palatine, IL 60067Advanced Genealogy Workshop
Janice M. SellersGenealogical Society of Vallejo-Benicia, 734 Marin Street, Vallejo, CA 94590Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust: What's Buried in Cemetery Records
Barbara RandallSouthern California Genealogical Society Jamboree Extension Series Webinars, WebinarWeaving the Research Quilt
Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGSKitchener Public Library Genealogy Fair, Kitchener OntarioTracking Your Illusive Aboriginal Ancestors In The Records
Gail D. HershenzonPreservation Detroit, Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, MichiganThis is a second tour of Woodmere Cemetery due to the October 15 tour being sold out.
Mary Kircher RoddySno-Isle Libraries - Lynnwood branch, Sno-Isle Library, Lynnwood, WashingtonWriting The Story When They Left No Stories - You've spent years (or decades) working on your genealogy. Now it's finally time to take all that data and put it together into a story that your friends and relatives - yes, even your spouse and children - will want to read. Using social history resources, Mary Roddy will show you how to take your data and "fluff it up" with the kinds of details that draw your reader into the story of their ancestors' lives.
Tina Beaird, MLISFox River Valley Public Library, Fox River Valley Public Library 555 Barrington Avenue East Dundee, IL. 60118Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree
Mary Kircher RoddyKing County Library - Auburn, Auburn, WashingtonWorld War II Heroes: Telling Their Stories - World War II is the earliest war where we can actually speak to the veterans themselves, the men and women who served. This talk presents a case study, fleshing out a basic story of a pilot and crew of a B-17 shot down over Germany, illustrating how to find and access multiple sources to learn about the experiences of these heroes.
Linda SernaSHHAR (Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research), Orange Regional Family History Library, 674 S. Yorba, Orange, CADispelling the Myths and Finding Your Family, including Using Step by Step Genealogy
Linda Okazaki California Genealogical Society, Washington D.C.California Genealogical Society Research Trip to Washington D.C. November 12-20
Linda SernaPomona Valley Genealogical Society, Pomona Library, 625 S. Garey Ave, Pomona, CAThe Basics of DNA: Simplified
Mary Kircher RoddySno-Isle Libraries - Coupeville branch, Coupeville, WashingtonWriting The Story When They Left No Stories - You've spent years (or decades) working on your genealogy. Now it's finally time to take all that data and put it together into a story that your friends and relatives - yes, even your spouse and children - will want to read. Using social history resources, Mary Roddy will show you how to take your data and "fluff it up" with the kinds of details that draw your reader into the story of their ancestors' lives.
Jane Neff RollinsMillennia Corporation/Family Tree Webinars, WebinarDating Family Photographs - 1900-1940
Mary Kircher RoddyPuget Sound Genealogical Society, Bremerton, WashingtonDirect Link to the Past: City Directories for Genealogy - City Directories are a tool for genealogists to fill in gaps between census years and learn more about ancestors. But if you’re just searching for a name, you’re missing out! In this presentation see many sources to find directories. Mary will show you what to look for in them, including understanding the “anatomy” of a directory and what might be in one. Learn some tips for getting the most out of them by using address searches, alternate spellings, advertisements and more to understand your ancestors’ world and their movements within it. Directories are also a source for historical images that might not be available elsewhere. See how to track your searches and results using spreadsheets. And learn how directories will lead you to clues for further follow-up research.
Tina Beaird, MLISIndian Prairie Public Library District, Indian Prairie Public Library 401 Plainfield Rd, Darien, IL 60561Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree
Helen V Smith, PLCGSGenealogical Society of Queensland, 25 Stackpole Street, Wishart, Queensland, AustraliaMy Ancestor was from South-West England (Devon and Cornwall)
Mary Kircher RoddySouth King County Genealogical Society, Auburn, WashingtonSpreadsheets 201
Barbara RandallThe Genealogy Workshop @ The LA Public Library (Genealogy Garage), Los Angeles Public LIbrary (Central Library), 630 W. 5th St. Los Angeles, CAEverything You Wanted to Know About Portable Scanners
Jane Neff RollinsWhittier Area Genealogical Society, Whitter, CAIs There a Baby Catcher in Your Bloodline?
Tina Beaird, MLISCAGG-NI Computer Assisted Genealogy Group of Northern Illinois, Schaumburg Township District Library 130 South Roselle Road Schaumburg, IL 60193Newspaper Necessities
Tina Beaird, MLISFairfax County Genealogical Society, Weston Hotel, 7801 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22043Annual Spring Conference 4 Lectures:
1. Illinois Digital Resources
2. Researching at the Illinois State Archives
3. Illinois County Research Primer
4. Chicago Resources
Wevonneda MinisOhio Genealogical Society: Did Great-Grandmother Really Disappear Without , Sandusky, OhioDid Great-Grandmother Really Disappear Without A Trace? Using Asylum Records
Researching African Americans in the Wake of the Civil War
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMOhio Genealogical Society Conference, Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in Sandusky,Ohio 3 pm F34-Using OneNote to Organize Your Genealogical Research
Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSMOhio Genealogical Society Conference, Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in Sandusky,Ohio4:30 pm F41-Online Tools to Organize and Collaborate with Your Cousins
Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGSToronto Branch OGS, Eglinton St George's United Church 35 Lytton Blvd, TorontoTracking Your Illusive Aboriginal Ancestors in the Records
Helen V Smith, PLCGSFootsteps in Time Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland AustraliaDNA: I Have My Results. Now What Do I Do?
Helen V Smith, PLCGSUnlock the Past, Crusing from Brisbane Australia to Papua New GuineaVisualising Family History Data
Helen V Smith, PLCGSUnlock the Past, Crusing from Brisbane Australia to Papua New GuineaDNA: I have My Results. Now What Do I Do?
Helen V Smith, PLCGSUnlock the Past, Crusing Brisbane to New GuineaDNA:What Use is it? Which Test, Who From and Why?
Karen KrugmanLyon Township Public Library, 27005 S. Milford Road South Lyon, Michigan 48178Place holder for future use
Karen KrugmanVan Buren Regional Genealogy Society, Community Room of the Van Buren District Library Webster Memorial Library BranchPlace holder for future use
Karen KrugmanFox Run Genealogy Society, Fox Run VillagePlace Holder
Karen KrugmanAllegan District Library Genealogy Group, Allegan District Library, 331 Hubbard St., Allegan, Michigan 49010Place holder for future use
Karen KrugmanTecumseh District Library, 215 North Ottawa Street Tecumseh, MI 49286Place holder for future use