21545 Cormorant Cove Drive
Land O' Lakes, Florida 34637
PO Box 2210
Land O' Lakes, FL 34639
Business Phone: 321-223-3463
Fax: 813 996-1499
Contact between 9:00 am to 7:00 pm Eastern Standard
Religion and your Ancestors
Technology and Genealogy
CCensus Analysis – using pre 1850 Census Records
“Free” Internet Genealogy
Getting the Most out of Familysearch.org
Genealogy Software Review and Analysis
Genealogy Bank: Finding Your Ancestors In The News!
Google 4 Genealogists
Government Records: Military, Immigration, SSDI and Railroad Board
Heritage Quest.com : An Underutilized Resource!
Maximizing Your Experience with Ancestry.com
Obscure Record Sources
Perfecting And Posting the Genealogical Query
Preparing for the Genealogical Research Trip
The Three D’s: Deeds, Death and Divorce
Social Networking & Genealogy! (Including a "How-To" on Twitter) -- NEW!!!
Getting Started in Genealogy..What i Know Now That I wish I Knew Then....New!!!!
New for 2009 “Religion & Your Ancestors” series:
Oy Vey! Understanding Your Jewish ancestors
Your Catholic Ancestors
The Reformation: Lutherans and the Anglican Church
Revival! Your Methodist Ancestors in Early America
The Presbyterian Democracy
Fundamentalism: Baptist and Anabaptist Ancestors
Quakers, Shakers and No Automobiles
Current Instructor for University of South Florida OLLI See www.theancestrydetective.com for class schedule
Suncoast MIni-Seminar 2009 "The Three D's: Deeds, Death and Divorce, & Google for Genealogists", 24 Jan 2009
Pinellas Genealogy Society, "My Grandpa's Three Wives--Entangling Multiple Marriages", 14 Feb 2009
Pasco Genealogical Society 14 March 2009 "Census Analysis"
West Florida Genealogical Society 2009 Conference, 4 April 2009
West Pasco Genealogy Society, 15 April 2009, "Census Analysis"
Kinseekers of Lake County, 20 April 2009, "The Three D's"
Florida State Genealogical Society - Tampa, 16 May 2009, "Google 4 Genealogists"
Debra S. Fleming is the principal of The Ancestry Detective, LLC a genealogical research & lecturing firm founded in Pasco County, Florida. She has been a practicing genealogist for nine years, trading her research time between her many New England Immigrant Ancestors and her husband’s Southern Colonials. Debra is the Instructor for the University of South Florida OSHER Lifelong Learning Center where she has been teaching Genealogy Courses since early 2007. She is a graduate of Florida State University, where she majored in Creative Writing and Minored in her passion.....Religion. Debra is a member of the Association for Professional Genealogists (APG), the Genealogical Speakers Guild (GSG) and the International Association for Family History Writers and Editors (IFSHWE). You can learn more about Debra at www.theancestrydetective.com and you can contact her at email@example.com.