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05 September, 2015

Linda Serna
Orange County California Genealogical Society, Huntington Beach Central Library, 7111 Talbert Ave, Huntington Beach, CA
Brick Wall Forum


09 September, 2015

Tina Beaird
Indian Trails Public Library, Indian Trails Public Library 355 Schoenbeck Rd, Wheeling, IL 60090
CSI: Cemetery Search and Investigation


11 September, 2015

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
GenStock 2015, Herron, MI
The Professional Genealogist


12 September, 2015

Linda Serna
SHHAR Society of Hispanic and Historical Research, Family History Library, 674 S. Yorba, Orange, CA
What Do You Do When Your DNA Doesn't Match Your Paper Trail?

Linda Okazaki
Mechanics Institute Library, San Francisco, California
An Introduction to Genealogy with Computer Lab

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
GenStock 2015, Herron, MI
The Professional Genealogist

Tina Beaird
Acorn Public Library District, Acorn Public Library 15624 Central Ave, Oak Forest, IL 60452
Unlocking the Secrets of Your Family Tree

Linda Coffin
The Loft Literary Center and the Minnesota Historical Society, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul
Adding Leaves to the Branches of Your Family Tree (workshop)


13 September, 2015

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
GenStock 2015, Herron, MI
The Professional Genealogist

Mary Roddy
Seattle Genealogical Society, Seattle Washington
Read 'Em or Weep: Promise and Pitfalls in Newspaper OCR


14 September, 2015

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Northeast Michigan Genealogical Society, Alpena, Michigan
Finding and Using Historical Newspapers in Genealogical Research
Bundling, Banns, and Bonds: Love and Marriage in Early America


16 September, 2015

Janice M. Sellers
Oakland FamilySearch Library, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
Get Me to the Church on Time: Finding Religious Records

Mary Roddy
Fiske Genealogical Society, Seattle Washington
More Than Just Databases

Katherine R. Willson
Midland (MI) Genealogical Society (mimgs.org), St. John's Episcopal Church, 405 N. Saginaw Rd, Midland, MI
LITTLE-KNOWN & RARELY-USED GOOGLE RESOURCES & SEARCH TIPS – Many genealogists barely scratch the surface of what Google has to offer. This presentation offers tips & techniques for doing more efficient research utilizing Google’s full capabilities, and discusses Google Alerts, Google Books, Google Maps, Google Scholar, Google Translation and more. Handouts provided.
IT WON’T DIE WITH YOU!!! THE IMPORTANCE OF A GENEALOGICAL CODICIL TO YOUR WILL – When you die, what will happen to the genealogical materials you’ve accumulated throughout your research? Do your loved ones know what to do with your collection after your death, or are you at risk of losing it all to the trash bin when your estate is cleared out? A genealogical codicil to your will can clearly state your wishes, and this presentation will discuss the many options available to you. Sample copies of codicils will be distributed.


17 September, 2015

M. Diane Rogers
Abbotsford Genealogical Society, Studio 2 The Reach, Abbotsford, BC
Topic To Be Announced

Linda Okazaki
San Joaquin County Genealogical Society , Stockton, California
The California Genealogical Society: Connecting People to Their Diverse Family Heritage


19 September, 2015

Jill Morelli
Skagit Valley Genealogical Society, Mount Vernon Senior Center, 1401 Cleveland St, Mount Vernon, WA
"Ten Tech Tools I Really Use--and So Can You!" There are so many tech tools out there. How does one pick what to use and what not to? I am not a technophile, but there are ten tech tools that I use regularly. Each will be explained in enough detail that the attendees can determine their value for themselves.

Jill Morelli
Skagit Valley Genealogical society, Mount Vernon Senior Center, 1401 Cleveland St, Mount Vernon, WA
"Just Do it! Writing Your Family History" There are a myriad ways to write your family history and much depends on the kind of writer you are, the "product" you have to work with and the outcome you desire. We will explore options and even practice a little writing to get you started. Just do it!

Janice M. Sellers
Merced County Genealogical Society, Doris Cochran Research Room, Merced County Library, 2100 O Street, Merced, CA
Where There's a Will: Probate Records Can Prove Family Connections

Katherine R. Willson
Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan (miigsm.org), Gaelic League Irish American Club, 2068 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI
Topic to be determined

Diane L. Richard
Cumberland County Public Library, Family History Day, Fayetteville, NC
Who's Your (Great-Grand) Daddy?: The Basics of DNA Testing for Genealogy

Daniel Earl
Clinton County Michigan Genealogy, St. Johns, Michigan
Cemetery Research: Leave No Stone Unturned Introduction to Eastern European Research


22 September, 2015

Tina Beaird
Helen Plum Public Library, Helen Plum Public Library 110 W Maple St, Lombard, IL 60148
CSI: Cemetery Search and Investigation


24 September, 2015

Tina Beaird
Indian Prairie Public Library District, Indian Prairie Public Library 401 Plainfield Rd, Darien, IL
Military Genealogy


26 September, 2015

Jill Morelli
Whatcom County Genealogical Society, Saint James Presbyterian Church, 1910 14th Street, Bellingham, WA
"Fire Insurance Maps" I love maps! We will explore the history of Sanborn (and others) Fire Insurance maps and cover ways that the maps can assist you in your family history. Did you know there were over 50K maps of cities and towns? there are also maps of distilleries and sugar plantations.

Jill Morelli
Whatcom County Genealogical Society, Saint James Presbyterian Church, 1910 14th Street, Bellingham, WA
"The "Push" and the "Pull": Decision-Making of the 19th Century Emigrant" Learn the Px4 approach to understanding the complexity inherent in the "push" and "pull" approach to emigration. Case Studies will be studied for motivations.

Jill Morelli
Whatcom County Genealogical Society, Saint James Presbyterian Church, 1910 14th Street, Bellingham, WA
"Insanity in the 19th Century: One Family's Story," Take a look at the history of treatment and the care of the insane during the 19th c. We will review publicly available records, discuss the methodology of procurement of mental health records through the courts and review what types of records can be obained.

Janice M. Sellers
California Genealogical Society, 2201 Broadway Suite LL2, Oakland, CA 94612-3031
Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust: What's Buried in Cemetery Records

Gail D. Hershenzon
Detroit Historical Society, Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
Walking/driving tour of Woodmere Cemetery.

Linda Coffin
Minnesota Genealogical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota
Voila! A Family History Book: Design & Publishing Techniques (workshop at North Star Genealogy Conference)

Linda Coffin
Minnesota Genealogical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota
Organizing Systems for Family History Research (workshop at the North Star Genealogy Conference)


27 September, 2015

Jill Morelli
Seattle Genealogical Society, 6200 Sand Point Way, Seattle, WA
Scandinavian Resources Workshop. During this 2+ hour workshop attendes will review the emigration, parish records, census/clerical surveys of Sweden, Denmark and Norway and no matter their specific heritage, will develop a personal research plan. This is presentation is for the genealogist who is ready to "cross the pond."


28 September, 2015

Tina Beaird
Plainfield Public Library, Plainfield Public Library 15025 S. Illinois St. Plainfield, IL 60544
Preserving Family Heirlooms


03 October, 2015

Nora Galvin, CG
Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut and the Northeast,
Connecticut Research: Rich Resources for Finding your Ancestors in the Nutmeg State


04 October, 2015

Mary Roddy
Seattle Genealogical Society, Seattle Washington
Using Excel in Genealogy - Workshop


06 October, 2015

Karen Krugman
Jackson County Genealogical Society, Jackson County Dept On Aging, 1715 Lansing Ave., Jackson Mi (Crouch Center)
Thinking Outside The Box


10 October, 2015

Karen Krugman
Darke County (Ohio) Genealogical Society, Darke County, Ohio
Day Long Seminar - 1. Common Sources In Uncommon Places 2. Chasing Your Elusive Ancestor on the Internet Break for Lunch 3. Researching There When You Are Here 4. So Your Female Ancestor Has No Surname

Jill Morelli
Heritage Quest Fall Seminar 2015, Faith Covenant Church 1915 Washington St., Sumner, WA
"Soldiers, Spies and Farm Wives: The Changing Roles of Women during the Civil War." War is horrific and the Civil War was particularly so. Nevertheless, war and conflicts often accelerate innovation and opportunity. Learn how some women survived and even thrived during this 19th century conflagration and recognize the present day legacy of this change.

Janice C Lovelace
Heritage Quest Research Library, Sumner, Washington
Finding Women's Records in the Courthouse


12 October, 2015

Janice C Lovelace
Genealogical Society of South Whidbey, Freeland, Washington
Courthouse Research

Mary Roddy
Whatcom County Genealogical Society, Bellingham, Washington
Trails West


16 October, 2015

Sheila Benedict
Ventura County Genealogical Society, Camarillo Public Library, Camarillo CA
All-Day Seminar (four presentations)


17 October, 2015

Janice M. Sellers
Genealogical Society of Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz Public Library, 244 Church Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Read All about It!: Using Online Newspapers for Genealogical Research

Janice C Lovelace
Finding Your Roots Seminar, Surrey, British Columbia
How Healthy is Your Tree? Introduction to American Records

Tina Beaird
Wheaton Public Library, Wheaton Public Library 225 N Cross St, Wheaton, IL 60187
Newspaper Necessities

Mary Roddy
South King County Genealogical Society, Des Moines, Washington
Where There's a Will, There's a Way (to Find New Genealogical Information)


20 October, 2015

Karen Krugman
Lyon Township Public Library, 27005 S. Milford Road South Lyon, Michigan 48178
Cemetery Records - Dying To Get In There

Tina Beaird
Algonquin Public Library, Algonquin Public Library 115 Eastgate Dr Algonquin, IL
CSI: Cemetery Search and Investigation


21 October, 2015

Janice M. Sellers
San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
Online Resources for Jewish Genealogy (for International Jewish Genealogy Month, http://www.iajgs.org/jgmonth.html)


22 October, 2015

Tina Beaird
Messanger Public Library, Messanger Public Library 113 Oak St, North Aurora, IL 60542
Ghosts in the Graveyard

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Muskogee County (OK) Genealogical Society, Muskogee Public Library, Muskogee, OK
Native American Research


23 October, 2015

Katherine R. Willson
Brighton Library's (Livingston Co, MI) 10th Annual Genealogy After Hours Event, Brighton Library, 100 Library Dr, Brighton, MI
SOLVING GENEALOGICAL MYSTERIES WITH FACEBOOK’S 5,000 GENEALOGY GROUPS – Facebook is quickly becoming a favorite resource among genealogical researchers for its vast networking capabilities. With the formation of many thousands of regional and surname-specific genealogy groups, Facebook is quickly breaking down brick walls that have blocked researchers for years – often within 24 hours of posting a query! This presentation will introduce members to Facebook as a genealogy tool and will guide the participants through the process of creating an account, joining groups, managing notifications, and efficiently utilizing Facebook for their specific genealogical needs. Participants will be given handouts as well as a link to a free downloadable PDF file listing 5,000 genealogical pages & groups on Facebook.
THEY DID WHAT?!?!? FINDING ARCHIVED ARTICLES ABOUT YOUR ANCESTORS – Learn where to find free archived digital news articles from the past, as well as comparisons of the paid subscription sites for accessing archived digital news articles. Helpful search tips and handouts are included in the presentation.


24 October, 2015

Jill Morelli
Nordic Heritage Museum, 3014 NW 67th Street, Seattle, WA 98117
Overview: Scandinavian Resources. This will be a highly interactive session of 2+ hours during which we will review the emigration, parish records, census/clerical surveys of Sweden, Denmark and Norway. Each participant, no matter their specific heritage, will develop a personal research plan to implement.

Michelle Goodrum
Mesa Regional Family History Center, ASU Institute Building, Tempe, AZ
The Genealogical Proof Standard’s Essential Concepts: Or How to Analyze Your Documents

Linda Okazaki
Japanese American Museum of San Jose, San Jose, California
Finding Your Japanese Roots in the US and in Japan

Tina Beaird
Chicago Scots: Scottish Genealogy Group, Scottish Home 2800 Des Plaines Ave, North Riverside, IL
Researching at the National Archives of Scotland

Linda Coffin
Association of Personal Historians, Sacramento, CA
Historical Research 101 (workshop during the four-day annual APH conference)

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
Wellington County Museum , Fergus Ontario Canada
An Ancestor Investigator Biography Writing Workshop


26 October, 2015

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Clinton County Genealogical Society, The Clinton County History Center 149 E. Locust, Wilmington, Ohio
7:00 pm How to Clear the Mess on Your Desk

Tina Beaird
Plainfield Public Library, Plainfield Public Library 15025 S. Illinois St. Plainfield, IL 60544
CSI: Cemetery Search and Investigation


28 October, 2015

Linda Serna
Leisure World Genealogy Club, Clubhouse 3, Leisure World, Seal Beach, CA
Dispelling the Myths and Finding Your People


03 November, 2015

Lisa A. Alzo, MFA
Pitt Slovak Festival, University of Pittsburgh Cathedral of Learning, Pittsburgh, PA
What's New in Slovak Genealogy

Shirley Gage Hodges
Jackson County Genealogical Society, Jackson, MI
TBA


04 November, 2015

Tina Beaird
Cook Memorial Library, Cook Memorial Library 701 Aspen Dr. Vernon Hills, IL 60061
Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree

Mary Roddy
Sno-Isle Genealogical Society, Lynnwood, Washington
Lt. Mark L Golden: A Case Study in World War II Research


05 November, 2015

Tina Beaird
Worth Park District , Worth Park District Historical Museum 11500 S. Beloit Ave, Worth, IL 60482
Advanced Genealogy Workshop


06 November, 2015

Debra Braverman, M.A.
German Genealogy Group, Hicksville VFW - Post 3211, 120 S. Broadway, Hicksville, New York 11801
Finding the Only Child's Niece


09 November, 2015

Wevonneda Minis
Colleton Genealogy Society, 609 Black St., Walterboro, SC
Diaries, Letters and Reports: African-American Ancestors in Eyewitness Accounts


12 November, 2015

Karen Krugman
Ford Genealogy Club, Ford WHQ - 5th Floor
Colonial Records

Katherine R. Willson
Ford Genealogy Club of Michigan (fgc.dianesgenealogy.com), Ford World Headquarters, 1 American Rd, Dearborn, MI
LITTLE-KNOWN & RARELY-USED GOOGLE RESOURCES & SEARCH TIPS – Many genealogists barely scratch the surface of what Google has to offer. This presentation offers tips & techniques for doing more efficient research utilizing Google’s full capabilities, and discusses Google Alerts, Google Books, Google Maps, Google Scholar, Google Translation and more. Handouts provided.


13 November, 2015

Janice M. Sellers
Oakland FamilySearch Library, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
They Wouldn't Put It on the Web If They Didn't Want Me to Use It: Copyright Issues for Genealogy


14 November, 2015

Dana Ann Palmer, CG
Montgomery County Genealogical Society, Dayton, Ohio
Free Genealogy Resources on the Web

Jill Morelli
Family History Fair: Eastside, Redmond Stake Center, 10115 172nd Avenue NE, Redmond, WA 98052
Insanity in the 19th Century: One Family's Story: We will discuss the history of treatment and the institutionalization of the insane before, during and after the 19th c. Then, using the presenter's great grand uncle as a case study who was a patient in Elgin, IL from 1872-1905, we will review publicly available records, discuss the methodology of procurement through the courts, review what types of records can be obtained and what answers are revealed.

Jill Morelli
Family History Fair: Eastside, Redmond Stake Center, 10115 172nd Avenue NE, Redmond, WA 98052
Fire Insurance Maps: The Google Maps of their Day: I love maps! We will explore the history of fire insurance maps and illustrate how maps can assist you in your family history. Did you know there were over 50K maps cities and towns which had fire insurance maps made of them starting as early as 1860? There are also maps of distilleries and sugar plantations and was not limited to the US in their coverage.

Jill Morelli
Family History Fair: Eastside, Redmond Stake Center, 10115 172nd Avenue NE, Redmond, WA 98052
Overview of Swedish Research:"An Overview of Swedish Research" Feel intimidated using foreign records? Swedish records are some of the most approachable. Learn the "Big Four" record sets of Sweden and how to access them. We'll be your cruise director as you "cross the pond."

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Summit County Genealogical Society Banquet, Tallmadge, Ohio
Uncle Sam's Records


16 November, 2015

Karen Krugman
Western Wayne Genealogy Society, Livonia Snr Center, Corner of Farmington
Colonial Research


17 November, 2015

Julie Miller, CG
Columbine Genealogical and Historical Society, Centennial, Colorado
Carriers of News and Knowledge: Post Office Records


21 November, 2015

Julie Miller, CG
CGS/Computer Interest Group, Denver Public Library
How to Plan Your Digital Afterlife

Jane Neff Rollins
Whittier Area Genealogical Society , Whittier, CA
Is There a Baby Catcher In Your Bloodline?

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Lake County (IL) Genealogical Society, Round Lake Beach Cultural Center, Round Lake Beach,IL
How Do I Keep All This Stuff Straight: Organizing Your Research
The Homestead Act and Land Entry Files
Finding and Using Historical Newspapers in Genealogical Research
The New Madrid Earthquake and other Calamities that Shook Our Ancestors


22 November, 2015

Gail D. Hershenzon
Genealogy of Society of Washtenaw County, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Do's and Don'ts of Cemetery Research and Ethics and Etiquette in Genealogy Research


02 December, 2015

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
Legacy Family Tree webinars, See Legacy Family Tree website http://www.familytreewebinars.com/
Stories in Stone -- Cemetery Research


14 December, 2015

Michelle Goodrum
West Valley Genealogical Society, First Presbyterian Church, 122225 N 103rd Ave, Sun City, AZ
Digging for Your Ancestors at the Bureau of Land Management


06 January, 2016

Julie Miller, CG
Boulder Genealogical Society, Boulder, Colorado
How to Plan Your Digital Afterlife


09 January, 2016

Katherine R. Willson
Northwest Suburban Illinois Genealogical Society (www.nwsgenealogy.org), Webinar
SOLVING GENEALOGICAL MYSTERIES WITH FACEBOOK’S 5,000+ GENEALOGY GROUPS – Facebook is quickly becoming a favorite resource among genealogical researchers for its vast networking capabilities. With the formation of many thousands of regional and surname-specific genealogy groups, Facebook is quickly breaking down brick walls that have blocked researchers for years – often within 24 hours of posting a query! This presentation will introduce members to Facebook as a genealogy tool and will guide the participants through the process of creating an account, joining groups, managing notifications, and efficiently utilizing Facebook for their specific genealogical needs. Participants will be given handouts as well as a link to a free downloadable PDF file listing 5,000+ genealogical pages & groups on Facebook.


10 January, 2016

Karen Krugman
Northville Genealogy Society,
Here Comes The Judge


12 January, 2016

Diane L. Richard
Fearrington Village Genealogy, Fearrington Village (Pittsboro area), NC
Hiring a Professional Genealogist [details TBD]


14 January, 2016

Daniel Earl
Michigan Genealogical Council, Lansing, Michigan
Funeral Homes and Ancestors: They're Dying to Meet You!


16 January, 2016

Jill Morelli
South King County Genealogical Society, Wesley Homes, Des Moines, 816 S 216th St., Des Moines, WA 98198.
TBD


19 January, 2016

Katherine R. Willson
Farmington (MI) Genealogical Society (http://www.mifarmgs.org), Farmington Library, 23500 Liberty St, Farmington, MI
SOLVING GENEALOGICAL MYSTERIES WITH FACEBOOK’S 5,000+ GENEALOGY GROUPS – Facebook is quickly becoming a favorite resource among genealogical researchers for its vast networking capabilities. With the formation of many thousands of regional and surname-specific genealogy groups, Facebook is quickly breaking down brick walls that have blocked researchers for years – often within 24 hours of posting a query! This presentation will introduce members to Facebook as a genealogy tool and will guide the participants through the process of creating an account, joining groups, managing notifications, and efficiently utilizing Facebook for their specific genealogical needs. Participants will be given handouts as well as a link to a free downloadable PDF file listing 5,000+ genealogical pages & groups on Facebook.

Daniel Earl
MSU Community Club Family Links Genealogy Group, East Lansing, Michigan
Funeral Homes and Ancestors: They're Dying to Meet You!


20 January, 2016

Tina Beaird
Stickney Forest View Public Library, Stickney Forest View Public Library 6800 43rd St, Berwyn, IL 60402
Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree


02 February, 2016

Karen Krugman
Oakland County Genealogical Society, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 5500 N. Adams Rd., Troy, Mi
Extra! Extra! Read All About It!


03 February, 2016

Michelle Goodrum
RootsTech, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah
Digging for Ancestors at the Bureau of Land Management; Non-Scientist’s Intro to Genetic Genealogy & DNA


07 February, 2016

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Licking County Genealogical Society, Licking County Public Library, 101 West Main Street, Newark, Ohio
Preparing for an Out-Of-Town Research Trip 2:00 pm


07 March, 2016

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Oklahoma Genealogical Society, Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City, OK
U.S. Census Research: Beyond the Population Schedules


09 March, 2016

Carolyn B. Leonard
John Starke Chapter, Daugters of American Revolution, Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club
“20 minutes of Graveyard Humor”


12 March, 2016

Katherine R. Willson
DuPage County (IL) Genealogical Society (http://www.dcgs.org), NIU Conference Center, 1120 E. Diehl Road, Naperville, IL
Topics to be determined


16 March, 2016

Katherine R. Willson
Jackson County (MI) Genealogical Society (www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mijackgs/jcgs.htm), Dept on Aging - Crouch Center, 1715 Lansing Ave, Jackson, MI
WRITING DOWN THE BONES: PRINTING YOUR FAMILY HISTORY – Genealogists often quip, “The worst thing you write is better than the best thing you didn’t write.” It doesn’t matter that you’re not done – we’ll never be done! So let’s talk about taking the materials you already have in your possession and putting them in an order that will allow you to print copies for family members. You can always add pages later! Handouts provided.


08 April, 2016

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Burlington, Iowa Public Library, Burlington, Iowa
Salute to Veterans; Researching Our Ancestors' Military Service


09 April, 2016

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Burlington, Iowa Public Library, Burlington, IA
Land, Runs, Lotteries, & Homesteading: Settlement American Style
Proving That Native American Family Legend
Courthouse Research: Finding the Mother Lode
Women in Colonial America


28 April, 2016

Daniel Earl
Dearborn Genealogical Society, Dearborn, Michigan
Funeral Homes and Ancestors: They're Dying to Meet You!

Mary Roddy
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference, Mason, Ohio
Read 'Em or Weep: Promise and Pitfalls in Newspaper OCR

Mary Roddy
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference, Mason, Ohio
Telling Their Story When They Left No Story


01 May, 2016

Karen Krugman
Northville Genealogy Society,
Colonial Records


03 May, 2016

Katherine R. Willson
Oakland County (MI) Genealogical Society (www.ocgsmi.org), St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 5500 North Adams, Troy, MI
THEY DIDN’T ALL COME THROUGH ELLIS ISLAND! – If as many ancestors came through Ellis Island as families are led to believe, the island would have sunk! Learn about the multiple ports of entry into the U.S., how to find passenger records online, and how to analyze these lists as a means of filling in your ancestors’ life stories. Handouts provided.


09 May, 2016

Jill Morelli
Genealogical Society of South Whidby Island, Trinity Lutheran Church
My Top Ten Tech Tools I Really Use!" There are so many tech tools out there. How does one pick what to use and what not to? I am not a technophile, but there are ten tech tools that I use regularly. Each will be explained in enough detail that the attendees can determine their value for themselves.


17 May, 2016

Karen Krugman
Farmington Genealogy Society, Farmington Community Library (Downstairs) (7pm)
Military (Talk in development)


24 May, 2016

Julie Miller, CG
Aurora Genealogy Society, Aurora, Colorado
Using Emigrant Guides for Genealogical Research


14 June, 2016

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Fulton County Genealogical Society Banquet, Delta, Ohio
Talking to the Dead


18 June, 2016

Jill Morelli
South King County Genealogical Society, Wesley Homes, Des Moines, 816 S 216th St., Des Moines, WA 98198.
TBD

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