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21 January, 2017

Linda Serna
South Orange County Genealogical Society, LDS Church, corner of Hillcrest & Marguerite Pkwy, Mission Viejo, CA
War of 1812

Barbara Randall
Whittier Area Genealogical Society, Whittier Masonic Temple, 7604 Greenleaf Ave, Whittier, CA 90602
Transported! Convict Records; Decoding the National Archives- Online

Tina Beaird, MLIS
CAGG-NI Computer Assisted Genealogy Group of Northern Illinois, Schaumburg Township District Library 130 South Roselle Road Schaumburg, IL 60193
Navigating the Illinois State Archives System

Robert M. Wilbanks IV
Mesa, Arizona FamilySearch Library, Red Mountain LDS Institute, 7126 East McKellips Road, Mesa, Arizona, 85207

LESSER KNOWN GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES: GREAT NEW POTENTIAL [Special Topic; Intermediate-Advanced] Where do you go when you think you've exhausted your research?

FAITH OF OUR FATHERS: CHURCH RESOURCES IN GENEALOGY [Special Topic; Beginner-Intermediate] This presentation gives a basic overview of Church records for genealogists, including understanding denominations, church history, records, resources and unique research facilities.

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical Society, Columbus Metropolitan Library- Main Library Downtown- Genealogy Floor
10-11:30 am How to Clear the Mess on Your Desk


22 January, 2017

Diane L. Richard
Triangle Jewish Genealogical Society, Durham, NC
One Genealogist's Experience as a "WDYTYA? Researcher and On-Air Expert"


24 January, 2017

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Salt Lake Institute for Genealogy: DNA Boot Camp Practical Application, Salt Lake City, Utah
Practical Application of X-DNA

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Salt Lake Institute for Genealogy: DNA Boot Camp Practical Application, Salt Lake City, Utah
Company Tools: Hands On


25 January, 2017

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Salt Lake Institute for Genealogy: DNA Boot Camp Practical Application, Salt Lake City, Utah
Third Party Tools Hands On: Genome Mate Pro


26 January, 2017

Diane Oslund
Dearborn Genealogical Society, McFadden Ross House 915 Brady, Dearborn, MI
Over Wayne County Way!
Researching in Detroit and Wayne County Michigan.


27 January, 2017

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Salt Lake Institute for Genealogy: DNA Boot Camp Practical Application, Salt Lake City, Utah
Applying DNA to Unknown Parentage Search (Case Study)


28 January, 2017

Robert M. Wilbanks IV
Pinal County Genealogists, LDS Church, 1555 North Colorado, Casa Grande, Arizona

UNITED STATES MILITARY RECORDS: A GENERAL OVERVIEW [Special Topic; Intermediate-Advanced] General overview of U.S. military history and records from the colonial period to the present as a tool for furthering family history. Learn about America's military history, how records were created, how to obtain them, and other general publications and sources.

GENEALOGY IN CHAOS: GETTING & STAYING ORGANIZED [Foundational Knowledge; Beginner] Before getting started, or before getting too far along, have an effective and efficient organization system in place, from filing cabinets to software, from researching to a presentable sharing end product.


29 January, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Cary Area Public Library, Cary Area Public Library 1606 Three Oaks Road, Cary, IL 60013
Courthouse Finds


04 February, 2017

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Northwest Suburban Genealogical Society, Arlington Heights, Illinois
DNA: A Power Tool in the Genealogist's Tool Box

Jill Morelli
SCGS Jamboree, webinar
Finding Dirk: Insanity in the 19th Century


05 February, 2017

Janice M. Sellers
Sacramento Public Library, Central Library, 828 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Freedmen's Bureau 2.0: A Better Way to Do Slave Research


07 February, 2017

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Elgin Genealogical Society, Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Ave., Elgin, IL
Discovering your UK/Irish Roots Online: Websites and Resources for English, Welsh, Irish and Scottish Ancestry


08 February, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Fountaindale Public Library, 300 Briarcliffe Dr. Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Grandma Nellie's Scrapbook: Identifying and Interpreting Historic Photographs


09 February, 2017

Diane L. Richard
Virginia Beach Genealogical Society, Virginia Beach, VA
Freedmen's Bureau Records -- Valuable for ALL Southern Research


10 February, 2017

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Roots Tech, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Getting Started in Genealogy: What I Wish I Knew When I Started

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
Legacy Family Tree Webinars, Online at 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Deciphering German Script

Mary Kircher Roddy
RootsTech, Salt Lake City
Censational Census Strategies The US Federal census and its “little brother,” the state census, are among the major workhorses of genealogical research. But are you getting the most out of them? This presentation presents 20+ tips for finding missing ancestors and mining the census for more clues for follow-up research.


11 February, 2017

Eileen Souza, PLCGS
Carroll County Public Library, Westminster Branch, 50 East Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157
Getting Started With Your Genealogy

Mary Kircher Roddy
RootsTech, Salt Lake City
A Nose for Newspapers: 16 Super Secrets Newspaper research can break down brickwalls. See strategies for getting the most out of them. Each suggestion is illustrated with examples from newspapers from various locations and time periods. Learn some new secrets to finding your ancestors in historic newspapers.


12 February, 2017

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical Society: DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library- Main Library Downtown- Genealogy Floor
1:30-3:30 pm Introduction to Genetic Genealogy – Just Beginning


13 February, 2017

Diane L. Richard
Old New Hanover Genealogical Society, Wilmington, NC
Freedmen's Bureau Records -- Valuable for ALL Southern Research

Robert M. Wilbanks IV
Trilogy Genealogy Club, Trilogy at Power Ranch (Queen Creek and Power Roads), Gilbert, Arizona

UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR HISTORY & GENEALOGY RESEARCH [Special Topic; Intermediate-Advanced] Presentation about researching the Civil War ancestor; emphasizing the importance of military records as research tool for furthering genealogical research in general, and obtaining more details regarding the Civil War ancestor in specific. Includes fascinating and unique historical facts and statistics related to the Civil War as a research tool for furthering genealogical research. These Civil War facts are presented primarily in relationship to the common Civil War soldier, so as to provide hints and clues, research tips and analytical approaches.


14 February, 2017

Diane L. Richard
Illinois State Genelaogical Society, Virtual Webinar [will be archived on society website]
Freedmen's Bureau Records -- Invaluable to ALL Southern Research

Robert M. Wilbanks IV
Sun City Vistoso Genealogical Society, Sun City Oro Valley Retirement Community, Oro Valley, Arizona (north of Tucson)

UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR HISTORY & GENEALOGY RESEARCH [Special Topic; Intermediate-Advanced] Presentation about researching the Civil War ancestor; emphasizing the importance of military records as research tool for furthering genealogical research in general, and obtaining more details regarding the Civil War ancestor in specific. Includes fascinating and unique historical facts and statistics related to the Civil War as a research tool for furthering genealogical research. These Civil War facts are presented primarily in relationship to the common Civil War soldier, so as to provide hints and clues, research tips and analytical approaches.


15 February, 2017

Ted Gostin
Genealogical Society of North Orange County, California, Yorba Linda Community Center (Imperial Room A) 4501 Casa Loma Ave., Yorba Linda,
They Became Citizens: An Overview of American Naturalization Records

Janice M. Sellers
Oakland FamilySearch Library, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
Freedmen's Bureau 2.0: A Better Way to Do Slave Research


16 February, 2017

Jill Morelli
Washington (Seattle) Athletic Club, Seattle, WA
The FUNdamentals of Genealogy: Let's Get Started! A two hour interactive session to get you started doing your own family history.

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Elgin Genealogical Society , Gail Borden Public Library, 270 North Grove Ave Elgin, IL 60120
Pinning Down Your Past: Adding Social Media to Your Genealogical Repertoire


17 February, 2017

Diane L. Richard
NCGS, Virtual Webinar [will be archived on NCGS website]
Online Resources Are Key to Successful Research into North Carolina Ancestry

Mary Kircher Roddy
Bainbridge Island Genealogical Society, Bainbridge Island, Washington
A 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.


18 February, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Indiana Historical Society, Indiana History Center 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN
Uncovering Your Family's Military Roots Full-day Workshop

Mary Kircher Roddy
Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Chimacum, Washington
Read '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 M. Sellers
Ventura County Genealogical Society, Camarillo Public Library, 4101 East Las Posas Road, Camarillo, CA
Freedmen's Bureau 2.0: A Better Way to Do Slave Research and Using Online Historical Black Newspapers for Genealogical Research

Wevonneda Minis
Friends of Florence County Library, Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation Library
Digging Your Roots: Basic Research and Tips for Tracing African-American Ancestors


20 February, 2017

Rich Venezia
Mt Lebanon Genealogy Society, Mt Lebanon, PA
Italian-Americans: Find Your Roots in the Old Country

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Town and Country Public Library, Town and Country Public Library, 320 E North St, Elburn, IL 60119
Military Genealogy


25 February, 2017

Helen V Smith, PLCGS
Genealogical Society of Queensland, 25 Stackpole Street, Wishart, Queensland, Australia
My Ancestor Was In Queensland

Diane L. Richard
North Carolina Genealogical SOciety, The Schiele Museum, Gastonia, NC
(1) NCGS Journal Gems, (2) Sign of the Times: Timelines in Genealogy

Barbara Randall
Southern CA Chapter APG, Southern CA Genealogical Society Library, 417 Irving Dr., Burbank, CA
Submitting to and Speaking at Conferences and Seminars (Note: Open to APG members only)

Robert M. Wilbanks IV
Mesa, Arizona FamilySearch Library, Glendale, Arizona LDS Stake Center, 8602 N. 31st Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85051

LESSER KNOWN GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES: GREAT NEW POTENTIAL [Special Topic; Intermediate-Advanced] Where do you go when you think you've exhausted your research?

FAITH OF OUR FATHERS: CHURCH RESOURCES IN GENEALOGY [Special Topic; Beginner-Intermediate] This presentation gives a basic overview of Church records for genealogists, including understanding denominations, church history, records, resources and unique research facilities.


26 February, 2017

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
King Heritage and Cultural Centre, 2920 King Rd King City L7B 1L6
Ontario Vital Statistics

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical Society: DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library- Main Library Downtown- Genealogy Floor
1:30-3:30 pm Intermediate – Understanding your DNA Test Results


03 March, 2017

Gail D. Hershenzon
Historical Society of Michigan, Sterling Heights, Michigan
Preserving Historic Cemeteries, March 3-4, 2017


04 March, 2017

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Marion Area Genealogical Society, Historical Society Building, Marion Ohio
10 am Feedly: Make the Internet Work for You and Your Genealogical Quest

Mary Kircher Roddy
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree Webinars, Webinar
FamilyBrowse: Finding Unindexed Records on FamilySearch New digitized images on FamilySearch appear continually, but many aren’t indexed. Learn to browse these mages to find deeds, vital records, naturalization papers and more. Understand record indexing schemes. See whether you should you use the catalog, map or search boxes to find these records.


06 March, 2017

Joanne M. Sher
Twin Ports Genealogical Society, Duluth, MN
Finding Female Ancestors

Ted Gostin
Jewish Genealogical Society, Los Angeles, American Jewish University, Sperber Library, 15600 Mulholland Dr., Bel-Air
Finding Vital Records Online - Beyond Ancestry & FamilySearch


07 March, 2017

Karen Krugman
Oakland County Genealogical Society, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 5500 N. Adams Rd., Troy, Mi
Colonial Records

Jill Morelli
Puget Sound Genealogy Society, Bremerton, WA
The GPS According to Sherlock Holmes: A lighter way to look at the Genealogical Proof Standard. Who knew that Sherlock followed the GPS?


09 March, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Tinley-Morraine Genealogists, Tinley Park Public Library, 7851 Timber Drive, Tinley Park
Pinning Down Your Past: Adding Social Media to Your Genealogical Repertoire

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Cook Memorial Public Library District, 701 Aspen Dr., Vernon Hills, IL 60061
The Diary of Wesley Peever – A World War I Genealogical Mystery

Mary Kircher Roddy
King County Libraries, Bellevue, Washington
Trails 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.


10 March, 2017

Jill Morelli
Olympia (WA) Public LIbrary, Olympia, Washington
Writing Your Family History--Yes, You Can!: a workshop


11 March, 2017

Barbara Randall
CA African American Genealogical Society & San Diego African American Genealogy Research Group, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1209 South Manhattan Place, LA, CA
Land, Lots of Land! Land Records; Are Your Ancestors Playing Hide and Seek?

Janice M. Sellers
Sacramento African American Family History Seminar, LDS Church, 2745 Eastern Avenue, Sacramento, CA
Freedmen's Bureau 2.0: A Better Way to Do Slave Research

Mary Kircher Roddy
King County Libraries, Richmond Beach, Washington
Bagging a Live One: Connecting With Cousins You Never Knew You Had - Mary will show you how to find distant relatives, perhaps ones you never knew existed. You will come away with the skills to target specific people and to find their contact details.


15 March, 2017

Diane L. Richard
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree Extension Series, Virtual Webinar [will be archived on society website]
Get Excited About Your Pre-1870 African-American Research


16 March, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Messenger Public Library, 113 Oak Street, North Aurora, IL
Navigating Illinois State Archives and Repositories


18 March, 2017

Linda Serna
Hemet-San Jacinto Genealogy Society, Hemet Library, 300 E. Latham Ave, Hemet, CA
1. Genealogy as Detective Work2. What Do You Do When Your DNA Doesn't Match Your Paper Trail?


21 March, 2017

Ted Gostin
Los Angeles Westside Genealogical Society, Los Angeles Family History Library, 10741 Santa Monica Blvd., Westwood
Finding Vital Records Online - Beyond Ancestry & FamilySearch

Robert M. Wilbanks IV
Sunflower Genealogical Society, Sunflower Retirement Community in north Tucson, Arizona (near Marana)

UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR HISTORY & GENEALOGY RESEARCH [Special Topic; Intermediate-Advanced] Presentation about researching the Civil War ancestor; emphasizing the importance of military records as research tool for furthering genealogical research in general, and obtaining more details regarding the Civil War ancestor in specific. Includes fascinating and unique historical facts and statistics related to the Civil War as a research tool for furthering genealogical research. These Civil War facts are presented primarily in relationship to the common Civil War soldier, so as to provide hints and clues, research tips and analytical approaches.

Jill Morelli
Wisconsin Genealogical Society, webinar
I Found My Family on the Internet--Now, What Do I Do?


22 March, 2017

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
White Oak Library District - Romeoville Branch, 201 W. Normantown Road, Romeoville, IL
Stories in Stone: Decoding the Sentiment behind Cemetery Symbolism

Jill Morelli
Fiske Genealogical Library, Seattle, WA
The GPS According to Sherlock Holmes!


23 March, 2017

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Kane County Genealogical Society, Geneva History Museum, 113 S. Third Street, Geneva, IL
Discovering your UK/Irish Roots Online


25 March, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
South Bend Area Genealogical Society, Mishawaka-Penn-Harris Public Library, 209 Lincoln Way East, Mishawaka, IN 46544
Annual Conference: Courthouse Finds & Mapping Your Migrating Ancestors


26 March, 2017

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
Halton-Peel Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society, Four Corners Branch of the Brampton Public Library, 65 Queen St. East Brampton
Tracking Your Illusive Aboriginal Ancestors In The Records

Mary Kircher Roddy
King County Libraries, Covington, Washington
A Nose for News - Sniffing Out Stories in Newspapers - More than a baker's dozen useful tips for searching in old newspapers. Each suggestion will be accompanied by real-life examples to cement the ideas.


31 March, 2017

Diane L. Richard
Fairfax County Genealogical Society (Spring Conference), Falls Church, VA
Southern Research for All Using Examples from NC Records -- (1) Freedmen's Burea Records -- Invaluable to ALL Southern Research, (2) A "Hand-out" for your Poor Ancestors -- local parishes and counties did step up, (3), Goldmines in Colonial NC Records, (4) Civil War Era Genealogy Research ... in your jammies (mostly!)


01 April, 2017

Caron Primas Brennan
Northwest Suburban Genealogy Society, Arlington Heights Senior Center, Arlington Heights, IL
What’s New on the Internet?

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Fairfax County Genealogical Society, Weston Hotel, 7801 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22043
Annual Spring Conference 4 Lectures: 1. Illinois Digital Resources 2. Researching at the Illinois State Archives 3. Illinois County Research Primer 4. Chicago Resources


03 April, 2017

Mary Kircher Roddy
K, Des Moines, Washington
A Nose for News - Sniffing Out Stories in Newspapers - More than a baker's dozen useful tips for searching in old newspapers. Each suggestion will be accompanied by real-life examples to cement the ideas.


08 April, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Little White School Museum, Little White School Museum, 72 Polk St. oswego, IL 60543
Soldiers of the First World War: Men who served from Kane, Kendall and Will Counties.

Jill Morelli
Olympia Genealogical Society Spring Seminar, Educational School District building, Tumwater, WA
I am co-presenting with my friend, Janice Lovelace. My topics are Making Timelines Work for You (working title) and Finding the Women: 25+ Places to Look

Jay Fonkert
Iowa Genealogical Society, Des Moines, Iowa
IGS Spring Workshop -- four lectures to be determined

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
South Suburban Genealogical and Historical Society, 3000 W 170th Pl, Hazel Crest, IL 60429
Discovering your UK/Irish Roots Online: Websites and Resources for English, Welsh, Irish and Scottish Ancestry

Janice M. Sellers
Oakland FamilySearch Library, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
Using the Subscription Newspaper Web Sites at FamilySearch Centers and Libraries

Mary Kircher Roddy
King County Libraries, Newcastle, Washington
Censational Census Strategies - The US Federal census and its “little brother,” the state census, are among the major workhorses of genealogical research. But are you getting the most out of them? This presentation presents 20+ tips for finding missing ancestors and mining the census for more clues for follow-up research.


09 April, 2017

Gail D. Hershenzon
Northville Genealogical Society, Northville District Library, Northville, Michigan
Detroit's Historic Woodmere Cemetery


10 April, 2017

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Anthem Ranch Genealogical Society, Broomfield, Colorado
Sources or Clues? Pitfalls of Using Published Genealogies and Online Trees

Mary Kircher Roddy
King County Libraries, Woodinville, Washington
Censational Census Strategies - The US Federal census and its “little brother,” the state census, are among the major workhorses of genealogical research. But are you getting the most out of them? This presentation presents 20+ tips for finding missing ancestors and mining the census for more clues for follow-up research.


11 April, 2017

Mary Kircher Roddy
Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society, Arlington, Washington
Read '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.


13 April, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
La Grange Park Public Library, 555 N. La Grange Road, La Grange Park, IL
Brick by Brick: tracing your house history

Mary Kircher Roddy
King County Libraries, Kingsgate Library, Kirkland, Washington
A Nose for News - Sniffing Out Stories in Newspapers - More than a baker's dozen useful tips for searching in old newspapers. Each suggestion will be accompanied by real-life examples to cement the ideas. ​


20 April, 2017

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Illinois State Historical Society, Lincoln Land Community College 5250 Shepherd Rd, Springfield, IL 62703
Illinois History Symposium: The First World War Two Lectures: Recreating Lost World War I Records Spanish Influenza on the Home-front


23 April, 2017

Mary Kircher Roddy
King County Libraries, Kent, Washington
Bagging a Live One: Connecting With Cousins You Never Knew You Had - Mary will show you how to find distant relatives, perhaps ones you never knew existed. You will come away with the skills to target specific people and to find their contact details.


27 April, 2017

Jill Morelli
Ohio Genealogical Society, Kalahari Resort, Sandusky, Ohio
1. I Found my Family on the Internet! Now, What Do I Do? 2. My Top Ten Tech Tools

Diane L. Richard
NERGC (New England Regional Genealogical Consortium) (2017 Conference), Springfield, MA
(1) Freedmen's Burea Records -- Invaluable to All Southern Research, (2) Researching Finns (when you don't speak Finnish!)

Wevonneda Minis
Ohio Genealogical Society , Sandusky, Ohio
Did Great-Grandmother Really Disappear Without A Trace? Using Asylum Records

Wevonneda Minis
Ohio Genealogical Society, Sandusky, Ohio
Researching African Americans in the Wake of the Civil War: A Case Study


28 April, 2017

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference, Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in Sandusky,Ohio
10:45 am F18- Gerry's Journey to Find Her Birth Father-A Case Study

Rich Venezia
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference, Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in Sandusky,Ohio
8 AM: Italian-Americans: Find Your Roots in the Old Country
3 PM: The Aliens Are Coming: USCIS Record Sets

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference, Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in Sandusky,Ohio
3 pm F34-Using OneNote to Organize Your Genealogical Research

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference, Kalahari Resort & Convention Center in Sandusky,Ohio
4:30 pm F41-Online Tools to Organize and Collaborate with Your Cousins


29 April, 2017

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
New England Regional Genealogical Consortium Conference, MassMutual Center in Springfield, MA.
4:45 pm Online Tools to Organize and Collaborate with Cousins

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
Nebraska State Genealogy Society conference, Lincoln, Nebraska
Researching Nebraska online


02 May, 2017

Gail D. Hershenzon
Oakland County Genealogical Society, Troy, Michigan
Ethics and Etiquette in Genealogy Research

Mary Kircher Roddy
Puget Sound Genealogical Society, Bremerton, Washington
Spreadsheets 101: Excel-lence in Genealogy and Spreadsheets 201: Excel-lent Examples


07 May, 2017

Karen Krugman
Northville Genealogy Society, Northville District Library, 212 W. Cady, Northville, MI
Extra Extra Read All About it - Newspapers - More Than Obituaries


10 May, 2017

Diane L. Richard
National Genealogical Society, Raleigh, NC
(1) Tarheels in Your family Tree? History & Record Idiosyncrasies You Want to Know About, (2) Get Excited About Your Pre-1870 NC African American Research, (3), Two States, Multiple Counties -- What's a Border?, (4), Crimes Across Multiple Jurisdictions: Meet Wake County's Abbott Brothers

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
National Genealogical Society Family History Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina
Sources or Clues? Pitfalls of Using Published Genealogies and Online Trees

Eileen Souza, PLCGS
Howard County Genealogical Society, Bain Center, 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia, MD 21044
The ABCs of DNA for Genealogy


11 May, 2017

Rich Venezia
National Genealogical Society 2017 Family History Conference, Raleigh, NC
T253 - Discovering Your Immigrant's Origins: Exhausting Every Resource

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
National Genealogical Society Family History Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina
Catholic Church Research in the Southeast


12 May, 2017

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
National Genealogical Society Family History Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina
Using Emigrant Guides for Genealogical Research


13 May, 2017

Rich Venezia
National Genealogical Society 2017 Family History Conference, Raleigh, NC
S408 - The Aliens are Coming: USCIS Record Sets

Mary Kircher Roddy
Skagit Valley Genealogical society, Burlington, Washington
Time Will Tell - Using Timelines to Understand Your Ancestors - Are you using this tool to analyze your data? It's a great way to organize dates and places for specific ancestors and puts a different perspective on the information you've gathered.


17 May, 2017

Barbara Randall
Genealogical Society of North Orange County California, Yorba Linda Community Center, 4501 Casa Loma Ave., Yorba Linda, CA
Introduction to the Genealogy Jamboree Conference and Jamboree Extension Series Webinars


19 May, 2017

Helen V Smith, PLCGS
Footsteps in Time Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland Australia
DNA: What Use is It? Which Test, Who From and Why?

Helen V Smith, PLCGS
Footsteps in Time Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland Australia
DNA: I Have My Results. Now What Do I Do?


23 May, 2017

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Aurora Genealogy Society, Aurora, Colorado
How to Plan Your Digital Afterlife

Diane L. Richard
Wake County Genealogical Society, Raleigh, NC
What's a Border?


24 May, 2017

Mary Kircher Roddy
Puget Sound Genealogical Society, Bremerton, Washington
World 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.


01 June, 2017

Mary Kircher Roddy
Ontario Genealogical Society, Webinar
A Nose for News - Newspaper research can help to further genealogy research in many ways. Existence of a name in a newspaper can pinpoint a location for an ancestor at a particular time. Mentions in the legal notices, property records or shipping notices can provide clues for additional research avenues such as court records, deeds and passenger manifests. Talk includes nearly twenty top tips for getting the most out of newspaper research.


03 June, 2017

Janice M. Sellers
Solano County Genealogical Society, Moose Lodge 623, Taylor Street, Fairfield, CA
Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust: What's Buried in Cemetery Records


06 June, 2017

Jay Fonkert
Northland Chapter, Association of Professional Genealogists, online webinar
Mind the Gap: Building Bridges between Writers and Editors


08 June, 2017

Diane L. Richard
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree , Burbank, CA
(1) Two States, Multiple Counties -- What's a Border? (2) WORKSHOP -- Sign of the Times: Timelines in Genealogy, (3) Freedmens' Bureau Records - Valuable to ALL Southern Research!


09 June, 2017

Barbara Randall
Southern CA Genealogical Society Genealogy Jamboree Conference, Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel, 2500 Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA
Genealogy Basics: Tools and Strategies for Success (FREE event)

Mary Kircher Roddy
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree, Burbank, California
Bagging a Live One: Connecting With Cousins You Never Knew You Had


11 June, 2017

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree 2017, Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel, 2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA
I Have My Ancestor's WWI Record! Now What?

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree 2017, Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel, 2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA
The Diary of Wesley Peever - A World War I Genealogical Mystery

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree 2017, Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel, 2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA
Crime, Prison, and Punishment: Researching UK Criminal Ancestors

Janice M. Sellers
Genealogy Jamboree, Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel, 2500 North Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505
Reconstructing Family Information When You Start with Almost Nothing: A Case Study

Mary Kircher Roddy
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree, Burbank, California
Spreadsheets 101 Workshop: An Excel-lent Hands-on Tutorial - * Learn some tricks and tools for using Excel for genealogy. How to deal with pre-1900 dates. How to import data from Ancestry, FamilySearch and other websites. How to wrap text, split columns, sort, find, use color and more. Bring your laptop to this hands-on workshop!


15 June, 2017

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska
Take All to Nebraska - How They Came


23 June, 2017

Janice M. Sellers
Oakland FamilySearch Library, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
Irish Research Online


05 July, 2017

Mary Kircher Roddy
Legacy Family Tree Webinars, Webinar
Censational Census Strategies - The US Federal census and its “little brother,” the state census, are among the major workhorses of genealogical research. But are you getting the most out of them? This presentation presents 20+ tips for finding missing ancestors and mining the census for more clues for follow-up research.


06 July, 2017

Eileen Souza, PLCGS
Anne Arundel County Genealogical Society, Severna Park United Methodist Church, 731 Benfield Rd Severna Park, MD
Dig Up Your Ancestors Online!


08 July, 2017

Jill Morelli
Falmouth Genealogical Society, Falmouth, Massachusetts
TBD


26 July, 2017

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research: Genetics for Genealogists Beginning DNA, Athens, Georgia
Autosomal DNA Shared Segments and Triangulation Third Party Tools for Phasing and More Advanced Analysis


27 July, 2017

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research: Genetics for Genealogists Beginning DNA, Athens, Georgia
X-DNA Analysis: Hands-On Incorporating X-DNA


28 July, 2017

Helen V Smith, PLCGS
Unlock the Past, Crusing from Brisbane Australia to Papua New Guinea
ANZAC Military Health: World War 2 Asia Pacific Region

Helen V Smith, PLCGS
Unlock the Past, Crusing from Brisbane Australia to Papua New Guinea
Visualising Family History Data

Helen V Smith, PLCGS
Unlock the Past, Crusing from Brisbane Australia to Papua New Guinea
DNA: I have My Results. Now What Do I Do?

Helen V Smith, PLCGS
Unlock the Past, Crusing Brisbane to New Guinea
DNA:What Use is it? Which Test, Who From and Why?

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
German-American Genealogical Partnership, 2017 International German Genealogy Conference, Minneapolis Marriott Northwes7025 Northland Drive North, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
This conference is July 28-30. The specific time for my presentations TBA. Introduction to using German parish records and Top Tips in Reading German parish records.

Jill Morelli
Germanic-American Genealogical Conference, Minneapolis, MN
1. Finding Dirk: Insanity in the 19th c., 2. Push - Pull: Decision-making of a 19th c. Emigrant and 3. Ostfriesen Overview

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research: Genetics for Genealogists Beginning DNA, Athens, Georgia
DNA & GPS


12 August, 2017

Janice M. Sellers
Oakland FamilySearch Library, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
So You Found Them in the Census: That's Only the Start!


17 August, 2017

Karen Krugman
Grand Traverse Genealogical Society, LDS Family Center, 3746 Veterans Drive, Traverse City, Michigan
Extra Extra Read All About It!


01 September, 2017

Wevonneda Minis
Federation of Genealogical Societies, Pittsburgh, PA
Enslaved African-Americans in White Church Records: An Overlooked Source

Wevonneda Minis
Federation of Genealogical Societies, Pittsburgh, PA
Freedmen's Bureau Labor Contracts: A Closer Look


02 September, 2017

Barbara Randall
Southern CA Genealogical Society Genealogy Jamboree Extension Series Webinar,
Caillte agus Aimsigh: Lost and Found- Irish History and Records (webinar)

Wevonneda Minis
Federation of Genealogical Societies, Pittsburgh, PA
Did Great-Grandmother Really Vanish Into Thin Air? Using Asylum Records


19 September, 2017

Mary Kircher Roddy
Lewis County Genealogical Society, Chehalis, Washington
Ins and Outs of Indexes - Keys to Unlock Probates, Deeds and More - Indexes for county records can be the key to finding deeds, probates and more. As FamilySearch continues to digitize and make available more and more records, it’s crucial to be familiar with the different indexing systems and how to use them. New presentation!


23 September, 2017

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Fountaindale Public Library District, Fountaindale Public Library, 300 W. Briarcliff Road, Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Here Come the Doughboys – Tracing your WWI Military Ancestors Co-Hosted with Tina Beaird


30 September, 2017

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
Oakville Public Library, 120 Navy Street, Oakville, Ontario L6J 2Z4
Researching Family History Records In Quebec


11 October, 2017

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Longmont Genealogical Society, Longmont, Colorado
How to Plan Your Digital Afterlife


18 October, 2017

Rich Venezia
CGSI's 16th Genealogical and Cultural Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
The Aliens Are Coming: USCIS Record Sets

Janice M. Sellers
Oakland FamilySearch Library, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
Following a Family's History for 150 Years through Newspaper Articles


28 October, 2017

Wevonneda Minis
LDS Family History Center, Charleston SC, 1519 Sam Rittenberg Blvd.
Did Great-Grandmother Really Vanish Into Thin Air? Using Asylum Records


10 November, 2017

Jill Morelli
Legacy Software Webinars, webinar
Using the Non-population Schedules for Context & Evidence


14 November, 2017

Rich Venezia
Central Jersey Genealogical Club, Hamilton, NJ
Italian-Americans: Find Your Roots in the Old Country


18 November, 2017

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
Toronto Branch OGS, Eglinton St George's United Church 35 Lytton Blvd, Toronto
Franco-Ontariennes History

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
Toronto Branch OGS, Eglinton St George's United Church 35 Lytton Blvd, Toronto
Tracking Your Illusive Aboriginal Ancestors in the Records

Janice M. Sellers
African American Genealogical Society of Northern California, Dimond Branch, Oakland Public Library, 3565 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
Freedmen's Bureau 2.0: A Better Way to Do Slave Research


19 November, 2017

Janice M. Sellers
Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento, Einstein Residence Center, 1935 Wright Street, Sacramento, CA
Bubbie, Who Are You?: Finding the Maiden Names in Your Family Tree


10 December, 2017

Jill Morelli
Legacy Software Webinars, webinar
Finding Your Nordic Parish of Birth


01 January, 2026

Karen Krugman
Western Wayne Genealogy Society, Livonia Snr Center, Corner of Farmington
Holding for future Use

Karen Krugman
Lyon Township Public Library, 27005 S. Milford Road South Lyon, Michigan 48178
Place holder for future use

Karen Krugman
Van Buren Regional Genealogy Society, Community Room of the Van Buren District Library Webster Memorial Library Branch
Place holder for future use

Karen Krugman
Fox Run Genealogy Society, Fox Run Village
Place Holder

Karen Krugman
Allegan District Library Genealogy Group, Allegan District Library, 331 Hubbard St., Allegan, Michigan 49010
Place holder for future use

Karen Krugman
Tecumseh District Library, 215 North Ottawa Street Tecumseh, MI 49286
Place holder for future use

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