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30 December, 2014

Donna M. Moughty
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Calendar of Speaking Engagements can be found on my website at http://www.moughty.com


01 January, 2015

Mark Beasley
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02 January, 2015

Katherine R. Willson
Fox Run Genealogical Society, 41000 Thirteen Mile Road, Novi, MI
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.


05 January, 2015

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Oklahoma Genealogical Society, Oklahoma History Center, Oklahoma City
Ten Resolutions Every Genealogist Should Make


08 January, 2015

Katherine R. Willson
Ford Genealogy Club of Michigan (http://fgc.dianesgenealogy.com), Ford World Headquarters, 1 American Road, Dearborn, MI
USING FACEBOOK FOR GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH: 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 efficiently utilizing Facebook for their specific genealogical needs, as well as provide participants with a link to 4,000 genealogical pages


09 January, 2015

Diane L. Richard
North Carolina Genealogical Society, Virtual -- Webinar
North Carolina pre-1913 Vital Records

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Association of Professional Genealogists Professional Management Conference, Salt Lake City
So you Want to Be a Genealogy Speaker (4:15 - 5:15)


10 January, 2015

Kathryn Lake Hogan, PLCGS, UE
Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Michigan
Exploring Your English Roots

Nancy Lee Waters Lauer
Colonel Thomas Dorsey DAR, Ellicott City, Maryland
12 Sons Named George


12 January, 2015

Julie Miller, CG
Anthem Ranch Genealogical Society, Broomfield, Colorado
Organizing Your Research Without Losing Your Mind

Angela Packer McGhie
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, Salt Lake City, Utah
Advanced Evidence Analysis Practicum course

Janice Sellers
Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society, Congregation Beth Emek, 3400 Nevada Court, Pleasanton, CA
Vital Records and the Calendar Change of 1752


14 January, 2015

Julie Miller, CG
Longmont Genealogical Society, Longmont, Colorado
The Five Steps to Genealogical Proof


17 January, 2015

Richard M. Doherty
Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan, Gaelic League / Irish-American Club, 2068 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI 48216
TBD

Janice Sellers
Sonoma County Genealogical Society and Santa Rosa FamilySearch Center, LDS Church, 1725 Peterson Lane, Santa Rosa, CA 94503
Grandma, Who Are You?: Finding the Maiden Names in Your Family Tree; and Reconstructing Family Information When You Start with Almost Nothing: A Case Study


18 January, 2015

Ted Gostin
Questing Heirs Genealogical Society, Long Beach, CA, Parish Hall, Resurrection Lutheran Church, 1900 E. Carson St., Long Beachm, CA
Breaking Down Brick Walls: Three Case Studies

Jane Neff Rollins
Jewish Gnealogical Society of Los Angeles, Congregation Shir Chadash, Lakewood, CA
Sensitive Subjects in Genealogy: How Much to Reveal, How Much to Conceal?


20 January, 2015

Gail D. Hershenzon
Farmington Genealogical Society, Farmington Michigan
Dos and Don'ts of Cemetery Research

Robert McLaren
Mount Vernon Genealogical Society, 1500 Shenandoah Road, Alexandria, VA 22308
Scots-Irish Research

Ted Gostin
Los Angeles Westside Genealogical Society, 10741 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Emigration Records: Tracking Immigrants from the Other Side


21 January, 2015

Janice Sellers
El Dorado Hills Genealogical Society, El Dorado Hills Library, 7455 Silva Valley Parkway, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust: What's Buried in Cemetery Records

Katherine R. Willson
Downriver Genealogical Society of Michigan (downrivergenealogy.org), St. John United Church of Christ , 2744 4th St, Wyandotte, MI
USING FACEBOOK FOR GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH - 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 also be given a link to a free downloadable 120-page PDF file listing 4,000+ genealogical pages & groups on Facebook. Handouts provided.


22 January, 2015

Diane Oslund
Dearborn Genealogical Society, Dearborn, Michigan
Mistakes Everywhere! (Tips on how to resolve mistakes found in records you've researched.)


25 January, 2015

Dawn Thurston, MA
British Isles Family History Society, Los Angeles Family History Library, Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles
"Writing Your Personal History"

Jill Morelli
Seattle Genealogical Society, 6200 Sand Point Way, Seattle WA
"Soldiers, Spies & Farm Wives: the Changing Roles for Women during the Civil War," Learn how wars provide opportunities for women that resonate for decades.


26 January, 2015

Janice Sellers
Oakmont Genealogy Club, West Recreation Center, Oakmont, Santa Rosa, CA
Read All about It!: Using Online Newspapers for Genealogical Research


28 January, 2015

Janice Sellers
Marin Genealogical Society, Marin FamilySearch Center, 220 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael, CA 94903
Get Me to the Church on Time: Finding Religious Records


31 January, 2015

Janice Sellers
California Genealogical Society, 2201 Broadway Suite LL2, Oakland, CA 94612-3031
Reconstructing Family Information When You Start with Almost Nothing: A Case Study


01 February, 2015

Jill Morelli
Seattle Genealogical Society, 6200 Sand Point Way, Seattle WA
"Conducting a House History Wherever You Live," Learn from an architect/genealogist about how to track the records and assess the house for the purposes of knowing more about your parcel, your home and your neighborhood.


03 February, 2015

Katherine R. Willson
Jackson County (MI) Genealogical Society (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mijackgs/jcgs.htm), Dept on Aging, c/o Crouch Center, 1715 Lansing Ave, Jackson, MI
Topic to be determined


05 February, 2015

Janice Sellers
Genealogical Society of Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz Central Branch Library, 224 Church Street, Santa Cruz
Immigration and Naturalization


06 February, 2015

Wevonneda Minis
African-American Jamboree Jubilee, Columbia, South Carolina
Finding Ancestors in Death Documents


07 February, 2015

Janice Sellers
Solano County Genealogical Society, Moose Lodge, 623 Taylor Street, Fairfield, CA 94533
Read All about It!: Using Online Newspapers for Genealogical Research


08 February, 2015

Karen Krugman
Northville Genealogy Society, Carlos Meeting Room of the Northville District Library (212 W. Cady Street 3pm)
Colonial Research In Early New England


10 February, 2015

Carla S. Cegielski
Geauga County Genealogical Society, Chardon, Ohio
Your Genealogical Estate


12 February, 2015

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Federation of Genealogical Societies, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT
Organization for the Genealogist (T-205 11:00-12:00)

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Federation of Genealogical Societies, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT
Proving That Native American Family Legend (T-211 1:30 - 2:30)

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
RootsTech, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT
Online Sources for Proving Native American Ancestry

Nancy Lee Waters Lauer
RootsTech 2015, Salt Lake City, UT
How to Wring a Record Dry


13 February, 2015

Nancy Lee Waters Lauer
RootsTech 2015, Salt Lake City, UT
I Can't See My Audience -- Web-Based Presentations

Katherine R. Willson
RootsTech 2015 Conference (https://rootstech.org/?lang=eng), Salt Palace Convention Center, 100 SW Temple, Salt Lake City, UT
LITTLE-KNOWN & RARELY USED GOOGLE 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 and Google Translation features. Handouts provided.


14 February, 2015

Billie Stone Fogarty, M. Ed.
Federation of Genealogical Societies, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT
How the Public Land Survey System Shaped Our Country (S-417 4:00 - 5:00)


15 February, 2015

Diahan Southard
RootsTech, Salt Lake City, UT
Getting Started in Genetic Genealogy


17 February, 2015

Janice Sellers
San Ramon Valley Genealogical Society, LDS Church, 2949 Stone Valley Road, Alamo, CA
Grandma, Who Are You?: Finding the Maiden Names in Your Family Tree

Jill Morelli
South King County Genealogical Society, TBD
"Scandinavian Research"


18 February, 2015

Michelle Goodrum
Sunland Village East Genealogy Group, Mesa, AZ
Research Plans: Your Road Map to Success


21 February, 2015

Linda Serna
Whittier Area Genealgical Society, Masonic Lodge, 7604 Greenleaf Ave, Whittier, CA
Dispelling Myths and Finding Your People


22 February, 2015

Katherine R. Willson
Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, MI (http://washtenawgenealogy.org), St. Joseph Mercy Hospital's Education Auditorium, 5305 Elliott Dr, Ann Arbor, MI
BREAKING BRICK WALLS WITH FACEBOOK'S 4,000+ 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 also be given a link to a free downloadable 120-page PDF file listing 4,000+ genealogical pages & groups on Facebook. Handouts provided.

Linda Okazaki
Japanese American Museum of San Jose, 535 North Fifth Street, San Jose, CA
Finding Your Japanese Roots in the U.S. and in Japan


25 February, 2015

Gail D. Hershenzon
Salem Area Historical Society, Salem Township, Michigan
Detroit's Historical Woodmere Cemetery

Janice Sellers
Silicon Valley Reads and Santa Clara County Historical and Genealogical Society, Santa Clara City Public Library, 2635 Homestead Road Santa
Immigration and Naturalization Research


26 February, 2015

Katherine R. Willson
Dearborn Genealogical Society of MIchigan (http://rootsweb.ancestry.com/~midgs), Cherry Hill Baptist Church, 1045 N. Gulley, Dearborn Heights, MI
LITTLE-KNOWN & RARELY USED GOOGLE 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 and Google Translation features. Handouts provided.

Michelle Goodrum
Apache Junction Genealogy Group, Apache Junction Library, Apache Junction, AZ
Searching for Land Records


11 March, 2015

Katherine R. Willson
Bay County (MI) Genealogical Society (http://www.baycountylibrary.org), Wirt Public Library, 500 Center Ave, Bay City, MI
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.


12 March, 2015

Diahan Southard
Halifax Genealogical Society, Ormond Beach, FL
Full Day Seminar on DNA testing and genealogy.

Gail D. Hershenzon
Ford Genealogy Club, Dearborn, Michigan
Ethics and Etiquette in Genealogy Research


14 March, 2015

Janice Sellers
10th Annual African American Seminar, Sacramento FamilySearch Library, 2745 Eastern Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95662
Valuable Information in Freedmen's Bureau Records

Barbara Vines Little, CG, FNGS, FVGS
Saline County Library, Saline County Library, Benton, Arkansas
Research in Virginia: Her Records and Repositories Part I
Research in Virginia: Her Records and Repositories Part II
On the Frontiers of Freedom: The Baptists in the South
Virginia’s Military Record’s Colonial Militia Through Civil War

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

  • USING FACEBOOK’S 4,000 GENEALOGY GROUPS FOR RESEARCH
  • LITTLE-KNOWN & RARELY-USED GOOGLE SEARCH TIPS
  • BREAKING BRICK WALLS WITH THE GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH CHECKLIST
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF ADDING A GENEALOGICAL CODICIL TO YOUR WILL


    16 March, 2015

    Shirley Gage Hodges
    Arizona Lecture Series, Apache Junction, AZ
    The Amazing Women of the West


    18 March, 2015

    Diane Oslund
    Downriver Genealogy Society, St John United Church of Christ 2744 Fourth Street, Wyandotte, Michigan
    Gram & Gramps were from Canada eh?
    Point out what is available to the genealogist researching these distant shores. Especially emphasizes resources for the province of Ontario.


    19 March, 2015

    Janice Sellers
    Danville Women's Club, 242 West Linda Mesa Avenue, Danville, CA
    Introduction to Genealogy


    21 March, 2015

    Jill Morelli
    Jefferson County (WA) Genealogical Society Winter Seminar, Tri-Area Community Center, Chimicum, Washington
    "Death and Dying: Health Care Changes During the Civil War"

    Carla S. Cegielski
    New Connecticut Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, private
    Your Genealogical Estate

    Jill Morelli
    Jefferson County (WA) Genealogical Society Winter Seminar, Tri-Area Community Center, Chimicum, Washington
    "Exploring the Internet for Context"

    Jill Morelli
    Jefferson County (WA) Genealogical Society Winter Seminar, Tri-Area Community Center, Chimicum, Washington
    "Conducting Your Own House History"


    22 March, 2015

    Dawn Thurston, MA
    Orange County Jewish Genealogical Society, Temple Bat Yahm, 1011 Camelback Rd., Newport Beach, CA
    TBA


    24 March, 2015

    Barbara Vines Little, CG, FNGS, FVGS
    Genealogical Research Institute of Virginia , Bon Air Presbyterian Church
    Finding a Needle in a Haystack: Working with Manuscript Records


    25 March, 2015

    Nancy Lee Waters Lauer
    Montgomery County Genealogy Club, Rockville, Maryland
    Your Ancestor was a .... Occupation of our Ancestors


    26 March, 2015

    Diane L. Richard
    Fairfax Genealogical Society, Fairfax County VA
    Across County Lines: Two States, Multiple Counties -- What's a border?


    28 March, 2015

    Diane L. Richard
    Fairfax Genealogical Society, Fairfax County VA
    Track on NC research: (F41) North Carolina Research Overview, (F42) North Carolina County Records, (F45) North Carolina Repositories, and (F46) Let's Not Forget NC-Specific Native and African-American Records


    06 April, 2015

    Carla S. Cegielski
    Cuyahoga Valley Genealogical Society, Independence, Ohio
    Your Genealogical Estate


    08 April, 2015

    Richard M. Doherty
    Ohio Genealogical Society, Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square, Columbus, OH
    Oral Tradition: Seeking, Analyzing, Proving! (2-Hour Workshop)


    09 April, 2015

    Diahan Southard
    Ohio Genealogical Society, Columbus, OH
    Organizing Your DNA Matches

    Richard M. Doherty
    Ohio Genealogical Society, Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square, Columbus, OH
    Exciting Developments in Ireland & Northern Ireland Online Research

    Richard M. Doherty
    Ohio Genealogical Society, Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square, Columbus, OH
    Misconceptions and Pitfalls to Avoid When Using Irish Records


    11 April, 2015

    Diahan Southard
    Ohio Genealogical Society, Columbus, OH
    What Now? Next Steps for Autosomal DNA Testing AND DNA Testing and Your Ethnic Origins

    Carla S. Cegielski
    Ohio Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio
    Treasures of the Internet Archive

    Carla S. Cegielski
    Ohio Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio
    Estate Planning Genealogy-Style


    12 April, 2015

    Katherine R. Willson
    Northville Genealogical Society of Michigan (http://rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mings), Northville Library, 212 W. Cady Street, Northville, MI
    BREAKING BRICK WALLS WITH FACEBOOK’S 4,000 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 also be given a link to a free downloadable 120-page PDF file listing 4,000+ genealogical pages & groups on Facebook. Handouts provided.


    13 April, 2015

    Diane L. Richard
    Heritage Research Center, High Point, NC
    Freedmen's Bureau Records


    17 April, 2015

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

    Gail Blankenau
    Sioux Valley Genealogical Society, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
    Beginning Genealogy -- Hunting and Gathering


    18 April, 2015

    Barbara Vines Little, CG, FNGS, FVGS
    Tennessee Valley Genealogical Society, Huntsville, Alabama
    Researching Virginia's Records
    Virginia's Tax Records: A Goldmine of Information
    Beyond the Courthouse: Virginia's Manuscript Collections
    Identifying Women: The Ultimate Brick Wall

    Diane L Giannini , CG
    Hot Springs VillageArkansas Genealogy Society, Coronado Center, 150 Ponderosa Lane, Hot Springs Village, AR
    All day event with four lectures - Research Using the Library of Congress from Your Home - Research Using City Directories with the Census As Your Guide - Mapping Your Genealogy - Case Study for Finding the Impossible

    Diane Oslund
    Pickney Community Public Library, 125 Putnam Street Pinckney, MI 48169
    2 talks at their Genealogy Seminar. Talks to be determined.

    Laura H. Congleton
    Irish Family History Fair, Bethpage Public Library, NY
    Old Fulton NY Postcards website

    Gail Blankenau
    Sioux Valley Genealogical Society, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
    Morning Sessions are: Genealogy 102 -- The Journey; and Stories in Stone -- Cemetery Research. Afternoon Sessions are: Using German Parish Records; and Who is Hiding in Your Drawer? Dating and Identifying 19th Century Photographs

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

    Katherine R. Willson
    Waterford Genealogical Society of Michigan (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~miwatgs), Waterford Library, 5168 Civic Center Drive, Waterford, MI
    USING FACEBOOK’S 4,000+ GENEALOGY GROUPS FOR RESEARCH 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 also be given a link to a free downloadable 120-page PDF file listing 4,000+ genealogical pages & groups on Facebook. Handouts provided.

    Dawn Thurston, MA
    Orange County Family History Fair, 674 S. Yorba Street, Orange, CA
    TBA


    19 April, 2015

    Janice Sellers
    San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society, Oakland FamilySearch Library, 4766 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
    Using Online Historical Jewish Newspapers for Genealogical Research


    21 April, 2015

    Karen Krugman
    Farmington Genealogy Society, Farmington Community Library (Downstairs) (7pm)
    Here Comes The Judge - The In's and Out's of Courthouse Research


    23 April, 2015

    Gail D. Hershenzon
    Dearborn Genealogical Society, Dearborn, Michigan
    Ethics and Etiquette in Genealogy Research


    05 May, 2015

    Katherine R. Willson
    Troy Public Library (www.troylibrary.info), 510 W. Big Beaver, Troy, MI
    BEGINNING YOUR FAMILY TREE RESEARCH - Are you related to some important historical figure? What “black sheep” are lurking in the background of your family tree? Build your family tree as you discover how to gather basic information, locate public records, and navigate Internet resources. Overcome obstacles and avoid common pitfalls with the resources that Katherine provides to guide you through your research. Handouts provided.


    09 May, 2015

    Jill Morelli
    British Columbia Genealogical Society, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    All day seminar. Topics are being finalized.


    14 May, 2015

    Sheila Benedict
    National Genealogical Society, St. Charles, MO
    California Historic Missions and Their Records (T246)


    15 May, 2015

    Sheila Benedict
    National Genealogical Society, St. Charles, MO
    What Happened in Missouri Didn't Stay in Missouri: California Here They Come (F316)


    16 May, 2015

    Nancy Lee Waters Lauer
    NGS - GSG Track, St. Charles, MO
    Total Presentation Experience

    Laura H. Congleton
    Middlesex Genealogical Society, Darien Library, CT
    Researching Your Civil War Veterans

    Janice Sellers
    African American Genealogical Society of Northern California, Oakland Public Library Dimond Branch, 3565 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602
    Grandma, Who Are You?: Finding the Maiden Names in Your Family Tree


    17 May, 2015

    Karen Krugman
    The Genealogical Society of Washtenaw County, Education Center Auditorium, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Campus, 5305 Elliott Dr.
    Researching There When You Are Here


    19 May, 2015

    Richard M. Doherty
    Farmington Genealogical Society, Downtown Branch of Farmington Library, 23500 Liberty Street, Farmington, MI
    Dorfs and Documents: Embarking on German Research


    26 May, 2015

    Linda Serna
    North San Diego County Genealogical Society, Carlsbad City Council Chambers, 1200 Carlsbad Village Dr, Carlsbad, CA
    Researching Through Maternal and Sibling Lines


    29 May, 2015

    Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
    Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2015, Barrie, Ontario
    The Ancestor Investigator Biography Workshop


    30 May, 2015

    Laura H. Congleton
    Patchogue-Medford Library Genealogy Research Group, Patchogue-Medford Library, 54-60 East Main Street, Patchogue, NY 11772
    Researching Your Civil War Ancestors

    Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
    The Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2015, Barrie, Ontario
    Tracking Your Illusive Aboriginal Ancestors


    02 June, 2015

    Gail D. Hershenzon
    Oakland County Genealogical Society, Troy, Michigan
    Do's and Don'ts of Cemetery Research

    Katherine R. Willson
    Troy Public Library (www.troylibrary.info), 510 W Big Beaver Rd, Troy, MI
    LITTLE-KNOWN & RARELY-USED GOOGLE 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 and Google Translation features. Handouts provided.


    11 June, 2015

    Diane Oslund
    Muskegon County Genealogical Society, VFW Post 3195, 5290 Grand Haven & Porter Rds., Muskegon, Michigan
    The Grave Yard Shift
    Tips on finding your ancestor's burial place and examples of grave stones to help you or confuse you in your research.


    23 June, 2015

    Shirley Gage Hodges
    Calhoun County Genealogical Society, Marshall, MI
    TBA


    10 July, 2015

    Gail Blankenau
    Homestead National Monument of America, Beatrice, Nebraska
    To be announced


    11 July, 2015

    Gail Blankenau
    Homestead National Monument of America, Beatrice, Nebraska
    To be announced

    Ted Gostin
    Orange County California Genealogical Society, Huntington Beach Central Library 7111 Talbert Ave., Huntington Beach, CA
    1. Finding Vital Records Online - Beyond Ancestry.com and FamilySearch 2. Breaking Down Brick Walls: Three Case Studies


    19 July, 2015

    Jane Neff Rollins
    Questing Heirs Genealogical Society , Long Beach, CA
    Sticking to the Union: Using Labor Union Documents for Genealogical Research

    Janice Sellers
    Sacramento Public Library, 828 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
    Vital Records and the Calendar Change of 1752


    13 August, 2015

    Karen Krugman
    Grand Traverse Genealogical Society, LDS Family Center, 3746 Veterans Drive, Traverse City, Michigan
    TBD, 1pm

    Karen Krugman
    Muskegon County Genealogical Society, 5209 grand Haven Rd., Muskegon, MI (corner grand haven & porter)
    Common sources in uncommon places


    26 September, 2015

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


    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


    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


    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


    15 November, 2015

    Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
    Champaign County Genealogical Society, 2809 E Lawn Street, Urbana, Ohio 43078
    How to Clear the Mess on Your Desk 2:00 PM


    16 November, 2015

    Deborah A. Carder Mayes
    Union County Genealogical Society , Marysville Public Library, Marysville, Ohio
    Talking to the Dead


    22 November, 2015

    Michelle Goodrum
    Pima County Genealogical Society, University of Arizona Medical Center
    Land Record Workshop


    02 December, 2015

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


    01 January, 2016

    Karen Krugman
    Waterford Genealogy Society Lock-In, Waterford Library, 6 Pm to midnight
    Name/Place Holder - Past presentation done here

    Karen Krugman
    Ford Genealogy Club, WHQ, Dearborn, Michigan (5th Floor)
    Name/Place Holder - Past presentation done here

    Karen Krugman
    Western Wayne Genealogy Society, Livonia Snr Center, Corner of Farmington
    Name/Place Holder - Past presentation done here

    Karen Krugman
    Lyon Township Public Library, 27005 S. Milford Road, South Lyon, Michigan
    Name/Place Holder - Past presentation done here

    Karen Krugman
    Fox Run Genealogy Society, Fox Run Retirement Community
    Name/Place Holder - Past presentation done here

    Karen Krugman
    Whitley County (Indiana) Genealogical Society, Whitley County, Indiana
    Name/Place Holder - Past presentation done here

    Karen Krugman
    Abrams Foundation (Michigan Archives), Michigan State Archives, Lansing
    Name/Place Holder - Past presentation done here


    06 December, 2016

    Eileen Souza, PLCGS
    Westminster Public Library, Westminster, Maryland
    Getting Started With Your Genealogy

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