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21 January, 2018

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, Hilton SLC Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
January 21–26 (week-long institute course) A Practical Approach: Establishing Genealogical Proof with DNA

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, Hilton SLC Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Advanced Evidence Analysis Practicum

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Joliet Public Library, Joliet Black Rd. Branch 3395 Black Rd. Joliet, IL 60431
Will County Resources

Dina C. Carson
Salt Lake Intitute of Genealogy, Salt Lake City, UT
Writing and Publishing Family Histories in the Digital Age


23 January, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Sacremento Germanic Genealogical Society, Sacramento, CA
Finding Dirk: Insanity in the 19th Century: Finding Dirk: Insanity in the 19th Century: A look at the historical development of institutional care. We will also explore the records that can be found publicly and through the courts to understand the life of an individual who was confined in Illinois asylums for 27 years until his death in 1905.


24 January, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Georgia State Genealogical Society, webinar
Using the Non-Population Schedules for Context and Evidence: We will look at five of the schedules, mortality, agriculture, community information (Social Statistics), manufacturing/industry and Dependents, Delinquent and Defective Class schedules, illustrating their use as evidence and for context.

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Manteno Public Library, Manteno Public Library 10 S Walnut St, Manteno, IL 60950
Unlocking The Secrets of Your Family Tree


27 January, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society , Columbus Metropolitan Library- Main Branch
9 am-5 pm DNA DAY 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Chicago Scots Genealogy Group, Scottish Home, North Riverside, IL
Crime, Prison, and Punishment: Researching UK Criminal and Prisoner Records online and at the National Archives

Robert M. Wilbanks IV
Pinal County Genealogists, 2018 Pinal County Genealogy Workshop, Casa Grande, Arizona
March of the Virginians Part 1 : Colony to Commonwealth
From the earliest settlement to the establishment of the Commonwealth after the American Revolution, this presentation delves into the early history of the founding and settlement of Virginia. The presentation further explains the geography and topography that impacted early settlement and follows the slow expansion of the English Colony of Virginia and the pre Revolutionary War exploration, growth and expansion South into the Carolinas and migration west to the earliest settlements of Kentucky and Tennessee, the Ohio River Valley, and more. Tips for genealogy research and Virginia Genealogy resources are highlighted.

March of the Virginians Part 2 : Westward Expansion
Picking up just after the American Revolution, this presentation discusses Virginia as a primary major jumping off point for the great American westward expansion. Discussing migration patterns into, within, and out of Virginia, eventually showing the states of the Old South, the Old Northwest and the pre Civil War Western Frontier that have strong Virginia ties. The presentation continues through the 1900 census showing the many States that report a population with the highest Virginia Roots. Tips for genealogy research and Virginia Genealogy resources are highlighted.


28 January, 2018

Linda Serna
Czech Genealogy Group, Jagerhaus Restaurant, 2525 E. Ball Rd, Anaheim, CA
Tales to Docs to Stories: Building Your Family Story from Family Tales and Documents


04 February, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant
1:30-3:30 pm Introduction to Genetic Genealogy


06 February, 2018

Linda Okazaki
Orinda Senior Center, Orinda, California
Find Your Family: An Introduction to Genealogy, Presented by the California Genealogical Society


08 February, 2018

Joanne M. Sher
Twin Ports Genealogical Society, Duluth, MN
Researching the Fallen Men & Women of WWI


10 February, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Scioto County Genealogical Society, Portsmouth Public Library, Portmouth, Ohio
1 pm Understanding Your DNA Results

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Isle La Cashe NSDAR, Fountaindale Public Library, 300 W. Briarcliff Road, Bolingbrook, IL
The Hunter of Tallulah - The Truth and Legend of an Indian War Ancestor

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Scioto County Genealogical Society, Portsmouth Public Library, Portmouth, Ohio
1 pm Understanding Your DNA Matches

Leslie Brinkley Lawson , FGC
Genealogical Society of Washington County, Hillsboro Brookwood Library, Hillsboro, Oregon
Getting From Then to Now: Locating People in the Last Century


11 February, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Scandinavian Special Interest Group, Seattle Genealogical Society, 6200 Sand Point Way, Seattle WA
Finding Your Nordic Parish of Birth; this program looks at the availability of US and international country wide indexes to find your parish of birth in the Nordic countries--Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Greenland and Iceland.

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant
1:30-3:30 pm Intermediate Genetic Genealogy


14 February, 2018

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Fountaindale Public Library, Fountaindale Public Library 300 w. Briarcliff Rd. Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Brick By Brick: Tracing Your Home's History


15 February, 2018

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
Southeast Community College, Beatrice, Nebraska
Applied Genealogical Research: Go Beyond the Basics - a Two-Hour Workshop

Linda Okazaki
San Joaquin Genealogical Society, Stockton, California
Who's in Your Neighborhood? Meeting the Diverse Research Needs of Your Community

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Geneva Public Library, Geneva Public Library 127 James St. Geneva, IL 60134
Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree

Wevonneda Minis
Florida State Genealogical Society, Webinar
Enslaved Blacks in White Church Records: An Overlooked Resource

Shirley Gage Hodges
Marshall District Library, Marshall, MI
The Role of Women In WW I


16 February, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Bainbridge Island Genealogical Society, Bainbridge
The Push and the Pull: Decision-Making by a 19th Century Emigrant: Why did our ancestors emigrate; what were their motivations? While our ancestor may not have told us why they emigrated we can extract that information by reviewing letters written during that time, even if not written by our ancestor. Migrations patterns of multiple Northern European groups will be discussed.


17 February, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
CAGGNI, Schaumburg Township District Library, 130 S Roselle Rd, Schaumburg, IL 60193
Aliens in the Army


18 February, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Joliet Public Library District, Joliet Public Library, 150 N Ottawa St, Joliet, IL 60432, USA
Beyond Ancestry

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant
1:30-3:30 pm Introduction to GedMatch


20 February, 2018

Karen Krugman
Lyon Township Public Library, 27005 S. Milford Road, South Lyon, MI 48178
Thinking Outside the Box

Jill Morelli, CG
Board for Certification of Genealogists; Legacy Family Tree Webinars, webinar
Swedish Tax Records and the Questions They Answer: Swedish researchers rely on the parish records of birth, marriage and death and the household examination records. These assist us in successfully managing the transitions of our families in the 19th century. The taxation records can assist us in our work in the 18th century solving typical problems of gaps in records and extension of the end of the line. Three case studies will be presented which will illustrate the use of the interesting but little used resource.


21 February, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Fiske Genealogical Library, Seattle, WA
TBD

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Manteno Public Library, Manteno Public Library 10 S Walnut St, Manteno, IL 60950
Cyber Sleuthing Your Family Tree

Ted Gostin
Genealogical Society of North Orange County California, Yorba Linda Community Center, Imperial Room C, 4501 Casa Loma Ave., Yorba Linda
Finding Vital Records Online - Beyond Ancestry and FamilySearch


22 February, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Indian Prairie Genealogy Group, Indian Prairie Public Library in Darien, IL
Beyond Ancestry


24 February, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Puget Sound Genealogical Society, Bremerton, WA
Soldiers, Spies & Housewives: The Changing Roles for Women during the Civil War: The Civil War, as all wars, calls people to engage in their world in a different way--no less true for women who are often called up on to do the work of the absent men folk. How did this affect women of the era and what were the last effects of the war on industrialization and the work of women.

LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG(SM)
Hughes Main Branch, Greenville, SC Public Library System, Greenville, SC
African American Genealogy

Linda Okazaki
San Mateo County Genealogical Society, Grace Lutheran Church, 2825 Alameda de Las Pulgas, San Mateo
Who's in Your Neighborhood? Meeting the Diverse Research Needs of Your Community

Wevonneda Minis
Friends of Florence County Library, Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation (Main Library) 509 S. Dargan St., Florence, S.C.
Digging Your Roots: Basic Research and Tips for Tracing African-American Ancestors


25 February, 2018

Janice M. Sellers
Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Public Library Central Branch, 828 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Using Online Historical Black Newspapers for Genealogical Research


27 February, 2018

Linda Serna
North San Diego Genealogical Society, Carlsbad City Council Chambers, 1250 Carlsbad Village Dr, Carlsbad, CA
Tales to Docs to Stories: Building Your Family Story from Family Tales and Documents

Ted Gostin
Glendora Genealogical Group, La Fetra Senior Center, 333 E. Foothill Blvd., Glendora
They Became Citizens: An Overview of American Naturalization Records


28 February, 2018

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Georgia Genealogical Society, Webinar
Carriers of News and Knowledge: Post Office Records

Diane L. Richard
Rootstech, Salt Lake City, UT
Digital Library on American Slavery & More


01 March, 2018

Mary Jamba
RootsTech, Salt Palace Convention Center, 100 SW Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Epitaphs & Icons

Michelle Goodrum
RootsTech, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT
Google Photos: Collect, Organize, Preserve


02 March, 2018

Michelle Goodrum
RootsTech, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT
Collect, Organize, Preserve


03 March, 2018

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Northwest Suburban Genealogical Society, Arlington Heights Senior Center, 1801 W. Central Road, Arlington Heights, Ill
10:00 a.m. Learning Your Way Around AncestryDNA

Janice M. Sellers
RootsTech/FamilySearch, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, Utah
Online Doesn't Mean Free: Copyright Issues for Genealogy


07 March, 2018

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
The Minnesota Genealogical Society, Webinar
Researching Family History Records in Quebec


08 March, 2018

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Mount Prospect Public Library, Mount Prospect Public Library 10 S Emerson St, Mt Prospect, IL 60056
Recreate Your WWI Veteran's Military Experience

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Fox Valley Genealogical Society, Naperville Municipal Center, 400 South Eagle, Naperville, IL
Pinning Your Past Together with Pinterest


10 March, 2018

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
Germanic Genealogy Society, Minnesota
TBA -- Four presentations on Germanic Genealogy

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Ashtabula County District Library System, Geneva Branch and Ashtabula Branch
10 am-12 noon in Geneva 2 -4 pm in Ashtabula Introduction to Genetic Genealogy


11 March, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant
1:30-3:30 pm Using Spreadsheets with GedMatch and Ancestry


13 March, 2018

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Ross County Genealogical Society, Chillicothe, Ohio
Grandpa’s in the Newspaper! Searching for Your Ancestors in Online Newspapers

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Lake County Genealogical Society, Mundelein Park District 1401 N Midlothian Rd, Mundelein, IL 60060
Ghosts in the Graveyard: Intuition or Divine Intervention?

Michelle Goodrum
Family History Society of Arizona-Glendale/Avondale Chapter, Avondale Library, 11350 W Civic Center Drive, Zane Grey Room, Avondale, AZ
Family for William: A Case Study Using DNA & the Paper Trail


14 March, 2018

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Freemont Public Library District, 1170 N Midlothian Rd, Mundelein, IL 60060
Pandemic 1918! Battling Influenza During WWI


15 March, 2018

Michelle Goodrum
Green Valley Genealogy Society, Green Valley, AZ
Digging Ancestors at the Bureau of Land Management


20 March, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Ashland County Chapter of the Genealogical Society, Ashland Public Library
6:30 pm Understanding Your DNA Results


22 March, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Kane County Genealogical Society, Geneva History Museum, 113 S. Third Street, Geneva, IL
Finding Your UKI Roots Online


24 March, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Miami County Genealogical Society, Fort Piqua Plaza Conference Center
GedMatch

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Miami County Genealogical Society, Fort Piqua Plaza Conference Center
Using Tools to Organize Your Autosomal DNA Results

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Manteno Public Library, Manteno Public Library 10 S Walnut St, Manteno, IL 60950
Grandma Nellie's Scrapbook: Interpreting and Identifying Old Photographs


25 March, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society DNA Interest Group, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant
1:30-3:30 pm Using the Segment Matching Tool in GedMatch


27 March, 2018

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Wood County Genealogical Society, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
Grandpa’s in the Newspaper! Searching for Your Ancestors in Online Newspapers


07 April, 2018

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Greene County Genealogical Society, Xenia, Ohio 45385
Talking to The Dead

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Greenup Genealogical Society Conference, TBD
TBD

Michelle Goodrum
Southern California Genealogy Society-Extension Series Webinar,
Land Records: Using Indexes & Deeds to Move Your Research Forward


08 April, 2018

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Joliet Public Library, Joliet Ottawa St. Branch 1502 n. Ottawa St. Joliet, IL 60432
Brick by Brick: Tracing Your Home's History


09 April, 2018

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Anthem Ranch Genealogy Club, Broomfield, Colorado
Westward Migration from New England to the Midwest


10 April, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Illinois State Genealogical Society, webinar
Friedrich Eiler in Illinois: Fusing Fragments to Make One Individual: Tracing Friedrich in Illinois in the late 19th century was a problem. There were too many of them and too many variations of spelling of the surname, but slowly, bit by bit, evidence was found which filled out his life as a bigamist and "old sinner." Some of our ancestor are not handsome or pillars of our communities--let's find even the scallywags among them.


11 April, 2018

LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG(SM)
Ohio Genealogical Society, Hyatt Regency in Columbus, Ohio April 11th-14th

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Ohio Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Hyatt Regency Hotel Columbus, OH
1. Using State Adjutant General's Records 2. Scotland's Resources: Getting Past Scotlandspeople When Researching Your Scottish Roots

Jill Morelli, CG
Ohio Genealogical Society Annual Conference 2018, Columbus, Ohio
"On the Clock": Demystifying the BCG Portfolio Process: Thinking about getting certified. Come learn the basic requirements and get your questions answered from a recent, successful candidate/; The Ohio State University Archives & Special Collections: A Genealogical Treasure Chest: Ohio has some great resources, but often academic libraries and archives are overlooked. After a terrific discovery in the OSU Archives, I want to share what you, too, might find in this collection. (Sponsored by OSU Friends of the Library)

Diane L. Richard
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference, Columbus, OH
(1) F34-Research Finns-Finnish Not Required, Internet Is!, (2) S19-Pre-Vital Records-Where’s a Person to Look? 


14 April, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference, Hyatt Regency Columbus, Columbus, Ohio
Session S-27 Understanding Your DNA Health Reports

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
Iowa State Genealogy Society, Des Moines, Iowa
Who is Hiding in Your Drawer? Date and Identify 19th-Century Photographs
Proof or Consequences: Change how you Approach Evidence
Probe Those Probates for Hidden Clues
Connect the Dots with a Migration Study


15 April, 2018

Diane L. Richard
Tar Heel Discoveries -- Guided North Carolina Genealogical Research, Raleigh, NC
Designed to accommodate genealogists with varying levels of research experience, Tar Heel Discoveries offers personalized, individualized support and instruction over five days at the North Carolina State Archives and Government & Heritage Library in Raleigh. Two week-long sessions (15-20 April and 14-19 October) are offered in 2018. Registration is now open! Have you ever been frustrated when visiting a new repository (or one you haven’t been to in a while) by not knowing how to efficiently utilize its holdings? Interested in learning from experts on North Carolina history and genealogical research topics? Have you come to a “brick wall” and don’t know which resources to consult? Want to touch original documents relating to your ancestors? Then consider joining us for a week of learning and new discoveries!


21 April, 2018

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Union County Genealogical Society, Marysville, Ohio
Grandpa’s in the Newspaper! Searching for Your Ancestors in Online Newspapers

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Pinckney Community Public Library, 125 Putnam St, Pinckney, Michigan
Full Day Workshop 1.Genealogical DNA Testing for Beginners 2.Getting Started in Genealogy: Things I Wish I Would Have Known When I Started 3.Preparing for an Library/Archive Visit BEFORE You Go 4.How to Clear the Mess on the Desk


23 April, 2018

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Batavia Historical Society & Batavia Public Library, Batavia Depot Museum 155 Houston St, Batavia, IL 60510
Preserving Family Heirlooms

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Clinton County Genealogical Society, Clinton County History Museum, 149 E Locust St, Wilmington, Ohio 45177
7 pm I Have My DNA Results. Now what?


24 April, 2018

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Massachusettes Society of Genealogists, Webinar
PANDEMIC 1918!: Batting Influenza During WWI

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
LaGrange Public Library, La Grange Public Library 10 West Cossitt Avenue La Grange, Illinois
Beyond Ancestry


25 April, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Ashtabula County District Library System, webinar
6 pm Autosomal Testing: Understanding Your DNA Results


27 April, 2018

Gail Shaffer Blankenau
Nebraska State Genealogy Society, Columbus, Nebraska
Unexpected Union: A Tale of Two Families in World War I
I Have My DNA--Now What? Three Case Studies in applied DNA

Tina Beaird, MLIS
Virginia State Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Four Points by Sheraton 4700 S. Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, VA
(S31) Tracing Your Presbyterian Ancestors(S32) Compassion, Peace and Justice: Presbyterian Church Structure and History(S33) Scottish Covenanters to the U.S. 1680-1780(S34) Scotland’s Resources


28 April, 2018

Shirley Gage Hodges
Family History Center, East Lansing, MI, East Lansing, MI
The Role of Women in WW I; The Role of Women in WW II


02 May, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
National Genealogical Society Conference, The DeVos Place Convention Center, 303 Monroe Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI
11:00 am Session W125 Heirarchy of Research Archives in Ohio

Jill Morelli, CG
National Genealogical Society Annual Conference 2018, Grand Rapids, MI
Glory to God! Dutch Reformed Records: In Archives, Online, and On Site: The presenter, whose great grandfather was one of the founders of the American Dutch Reformed Church, will describe the records that are available in the archive at Calvin College/Seminary, online and visits to the churches themselves.


03 May, 2018

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
National Genealogical Society Family History Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Westward Migration from New England to the Midwest


04 May, 2018

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
National Genealogical Society Family History Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Anatomy of a Civil War Pension File


05 May, 2018

Wevonneda Minis
National Genealogical Society, Grand Rapids, MI
Enslaved Blacks in White Church Records: An Overlooked Resource

Linda Serna
San Luis Obispo Genealogical Society, IOOF Hall, 520 Dana St., San Luis Obispo, CA
1. Tales to Docs to Stories: Building Your Family Story from Family Tales and Documents 2. What Do You Do When Your DNA Doesn't Match Your Paper Trail?


08 May, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Shelby County Genealogical Society, Ross Historical Center, 201 N Main Ave, Sidney, Ohio
7:00 Interpreting Your DNA Results


09 May, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Fiske Genealogical Library, Seattle, WA
Beginning Swedish Genealogy: Swedish records are the most complete and easiest to access of records I have seen. We will discuss how to find your parish of birth using US sources and Swedish country-wide indexes. A brief introduction will be given to accessing the birth, marriage and death records in Ancestry--just to get you started on your wonderful journey in the Swedish records.

Diane L. Richard
North Carolina Genealogical Society, Webinar
Secretary of State Records and beyond


12 May, 2018

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Clark County Genealogical Society, Springfield, Ohio 45504
Prisoner of War Experiences of Two Union Soldiers


15 May, 2018

Karen Krugman
Farmington Gen. Society, Farmington Public Library
Here Comes The Judge: Courthouse Holdings

Janice M. Sellers
Santa Clara County Historical and Genealogical Society, Santa Clara City Public Library, 2635 Homestead Road, Santa Clara, CA
Read All about It!:  Using Online Newspapers for Genealogical Research

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Wisconsin State Genealogical Society, Webinar
7 pm Online Tools to Organize and Collaborate with Your Cousins


19 May, 2018

LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG(SM)
Sons and Daughters of the United States Middle Passage, Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ
African American Genealogy

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society, Columbus Metropolitan Library, Main Branch, 96 S Grant
9:30 am - 1:30 pm OneNote Workshop


21 May, 2018

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Fostoria Lineage Research Society, Fostoria, Ohio
Talking to The Dead


22 May, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Helen Plum Memorial Library, 110 W Maple St, Lombard, IL 60148
Pinning Together Your Genealogical Past with Pinterest


31 May, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Southern California GS: Jamboree 2018, Burbank, CA
The Great War and its Stories: Jacob Schomber: With 2018 marking the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, what better way to honor our soldier than to trace his war time service and his life.; Just Do It! Self-Publishing Your Work: We will investigate the variety of options that make the publication of your work even simpler.; FamilySearch: The Other 70%: With the announcement by FS that they will digitize all their available films by 2020, we are faced with more image-only record set than ever before. These records cannot be accessed by a typical surname search. Techniques for finding the records and accessing them to avoid scrolling through thousands of images will be discussed and illustrated using multiple examples.


01 June, 2018

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2018, Guelph Ontario
The Natural Approach to Finding Our Aboriginal Families - A Workshop

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Southern California Genealogical Society Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport 2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505
Allied with the Allies: WWI Canadian, European, and Red Cross Records Sorting Through Sordid Southern Divorce Records

Michelle Goodrum
Southern California Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott, Burbank Airport Hotel, Burbank, CA
Digging for Ancestors at the Bureau of Land Management


02 June, 2018

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Institute for Genealogical and Historical Research (IGHR) and Georgia Genealogical Society, University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education
Genetic Genealogy Tools and Techniques: Intermediate DNA for Genealogy (week-long institute course)

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
The Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2018, Guelph Ontario
Our Canada Our Original People

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Southern California Genealogical Society Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport 2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505
The Hunter of Tallulah - The Truth and Legend of an Indian War Ancestor

Michelle Goodrum
Southern California Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott, Burbank Airport Hotel, Burbank, CA
Using Homestead Records to Tell your Ancestor's Story

Michelle Goodrum
Southern California Genealogy Jamboree, Los Angeles Marriott, Burbank Airport Hotel, Burbank, CA
Life on the Trail "West"


03 June, 2018

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
The Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2018, Guelph Ontario
Franco-Ontarians...History & Genealogy


05 June, 2018

Karen Krugman
Lenawee Family Researchers, Lenawee County, MI
Colonial Research in America


09 June, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
North Suburban Genealogical Society, Glenview Public Library, 1930 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL
Discovering your UK/Irish Roots Online: Websites and Resources for English, Welsh, Irish and Scottish Ancestry


11 June, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Whidey Island Genelaogical Society, Freeland, WA
Finding Your Swedish Ancestors: Swedish records are the most complete and easiest to access of records I have seen. We will discuss how to find your parish of birth using US sources and Swedish country-wide indexes. A brief introduction will be given to accessing the birth, marriage and death records in Ancestry--just to get you started on your wonderful journey in the Swedish records.


12 June, 2018

Deborah A. Carder Mayes
Fulton County Genealogical Society, Delta, Ohio 43515
Talking to The Dead

Michelle Goodrum
Stillaguamish Valley Genealogy Society, Arlington, Washington
Searching for Land Records


16 June, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Jefferson County Genealogical Society, Port Townsend, WA
Soldiers, Spies & Housewives: The Changing Roles for Women During the Civil War: The Changing Roles for Women during the Civil War: The Civil War, as all wars, calls people to engage in their world in a different way--no less true for women who are often called up on to do the work of the absent men folk. How did this affect women of the era and what were the last effects of the war on industrialization and the work of women.

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Kinseekers Genealogical Society of Lake County Florida, Leesburg Public Library, 100 E. Main St, Leesburg, FL 34748
10:30 am How to Clear the Mess on Your Desk


18 June, 2018

LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG(SM)
Mount Vernon Genealogical Society Monthly General Meeting, Alexandria, VA


21 June, 2018

Diane L. Richard
Florida State Genealogical Society, Webinar
Freedmen’s Bureau Records – Invaluable to ALL Southern Research!


24 June, 2018

Karen Stanbary, MA, CG℠
Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP), La Roche College, Pittsburgh
Chromosome Mapping (week-long institute course)


25 June, 2018

Karen Krugman
Van Buren Regional Genealogy Society,
Two Talks TBD


07 July, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Falmouth Genealogical Society, Falmouth, MA
TBD


13 July, 2018

LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG(SM)
South Carolina Genealogical Society Summer Workshop, SC State Archives, Columbia, SC

Diane L. Richard
Legacy Webinars, Webinar
Freedmen’s Bureau Records – Invaluable to ALL Southern Research!


14 July, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Will Grundy Genealogical Society, Coal City Public Library, E 1st St
Discovering your UK/Irish Roots Online: Websites and Resources for English, Welsh, Irish and Scottish Ancestry

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Marion County Area Genealogical Society, Marion County Historical Society
10 am Topic TBD


21 July, 2018

Kelli Bergheimer, MEd, MSM
Wayne County Public Library, Wayne County Public Library 220 W Liberty St, Wooster 44691
11 am Which DNA test is for me?


28 July, 2018

Diane L. Richard
Georgia Genealogical Society, Webinar
Freedmen’s Bureau Records – Invaluable to ALL Southern Research!


31 July, 2018

Jill Morelli, CG
Ostfriesen Genealogical Society of America Biennial Conference 2018, Minneapolis, MN
FamilySearch: The Other 70%; The Great War & It's Stories: Finding your WWI Soldier; I got my Ancestry Results! Now What?; Finding a Father for Molly: Solving a Problem Using DNA


02 August, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Ontario Genealogical Society Webinar, Online - https://ontarioancestors.org/webinars/
Crime, Prison, and Punishment: Researching UK Criminal and Prisoner Records online and at the National Archives


16 August, 2018

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


22 August, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Georgia Genealogical Society, Online Webinar
Discovering your UK/Irish Roots Online: Websites and Resources for English, Welsh, Irish and Scottish Ancestry


04 September, 2018

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Germanic Genealogical Society of Colorado, Denver Public Library
Chasing the Link: Passenger Arrival Lists


25 September, 2018

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Aurora Genealogical Society, Aurora (Colorado) Central Library
Sources or Clues? Pitfalls of Using Published Genealogies and Online Trees


02 October, 2018

Karen Krugman
Jackson County Genealogical Society, Jackson County Dept On Aging, 1715 Lansing Ave., Jackson Mi (Crouch Center)
TBD

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


14 October, 2018

Diane L. Richard
Tar Heel Discoveries -- Guided North Carolina Genealogical Research, Raleigh, NC
Designed to accommodate genealogists with varying levels of research experience, Tar Heel Discoveries offers personalized, individualized support and instruction over five days at the North Carolina State Archives and Government & Heritage Library in Raleigh. Two week-long sessions (15-20 April and 14-19 October) are offered in 2018. Registration is now open! Have you ever been frustrated when visiting a new repository (or one you haven’t been to in a while) by not knowing how to efficiently utilize its holdings? Interested in learning from experts on North Carolina history and genealogical research topics? Have you come to a “brick wall” and don’t know which resources to consult? Want to touch original documents relating to your ancestors? Then consider joining us for a week of learning and new discoveries!


16 October, 2018

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Board for Certification of Genealogists, Legacy Family Tree Webinars
Using Emigrant Guides for Genealogical Research


18 October, 2018

Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Broomfield Genealogical Society, Broomfield (Colorado) Library
Organizing Your Genealogy Without Losing Your Mind


26 October, 2018

Debra Dudek, BA, MSc
Lake County Public Library, 1919 W. 81st Avenue, Merrillville, IN 46410
Discovering your UK/Irish Roots Online: Websites and Resources for English, Welsh, Irish and Scottish Ancestry


01 November, 2018

Tammy Tipler-Priolo, BASc, PLCGS
The Ontario Genealogical Society, Webinar
Franco-Ontarians History & Genealogy


12 November, 2025

C. Ann Staley, CG, CGL
Coastal Georgia Genealogical Society, St. Simons Island, GA
What Do I Do With All This STUFF? Mission: Organization


18 November, 2025

Linda Serna
Polish Genealogical Society of California, LA Regional Family History Center, 10741 Santa Monica Bl, Los Angeles, CA
Tales to Docs to Stories: Building Your Family Story from Family Tales and Documents


20 November, 2025

Diane Oslund
Kalamazoo Valley Genealogical Society, Portage District Library, 300 Library Ln Portage MI
Where the heck is it anyway? Tips on how to organize and store your genealogy papers and notes. Is there a better way?

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