Andrew Lee

Houston, Texas USA

Phone: 281-552-7288


Contact between 8:00am to 8:00pm Central


  • Beginning Genealogy
  • DNA/Understanding Genetics
  • British records
  • Self publishing & Writing
  • Cool Tools for Genealogy

  • Lectures:

      Genetic Genealogy
    • After the DNA Test
    • Basics of DNA Triangulation
    • DNA Doesn't Lie
    • Intro to Genetic Genealogy
    • Mystery of Benjamin Freeman Lee
    • Understanding DNA Basics
    • Using DNA Tools on 23andMe
    • Using DNA Tools on Ancestry
    • Using DNA Tools on FamilyTreeDNA
    • Using DNA Tools on Gedmatch
    • British Research
    • Comparison of UK Census to US Census
    • Introduction to English Census
    • Perusing the English Parish Records
    • Ticks & Tallies: What Early US Census Forgot
    • Family Treasures: From Microfilm to Hyperspace
    • Pruning the Family Tree on Family Search
    • Finding Strangers in Your Pajamas
    • 10 Hidden Websites That Help You Write Family Histories
    • Animating the Journey of your Ancestors with Animaps
    • Audacity: Power of Audio Editing
    • Taking Audacity to the Next Level
      Beginning Genealogy
    • 5 Steps to Starting Genealogy Successfully
    • Building Blocks of Research
    • Family History Begins with Stories
    • What is Family History?
    • Where is your Family History Hiding?
    • How will you organize your family history discoveries?
    • What is the research process?
    • Downsizing with Family History in Mind
    • Pulling Out the Best Stories When Interviewing Relatives
    • Recipe for Writing Family History
    • Self Publishing Your Family History
    • Writing Compelling Family History

    Speaking Conditions:

    • Willing to travel to US and international locations
    • Available for 1 or multiple day conferences/seminars
    • Willing to host webinars/online seminars
    • Willing to bring laptop and projector
    • Will supply PDF copy of handouts
    • Most lectures can be adapted as keynote addresses
    • New lectures can be developed on request
      On Site Presentation Needs:
    • Electrical power
    • Wireless or hard wire internet connection (most lectures can be done without if needed)
    • Microphone and sound amplification appropriate for audience location
      Remote Presentation Needs:
    • Hardwire internet connection (wireless may be acceptable depending on signal strength)
    • Speaker/sound amplification appropriate for audience

    Previous Engagements:

    • RootsTech (SLC, UT)
    • Genealogy Jamboree (Burbank, CA)
    • Texas State Genealogical Society Family History Conference (Dallas, TX)
    • Saline County Library (Benton, AR)
    • Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research (Houston, TX)
    • Bay Area Genealogical Society (Houston, TX)
    • Chapparal Genealogy Society (Tomball, TX)
    • Texas Research Ramblers (College Station, TX)
    • Liberty Genealogical Society (Liberty, TX)
    • Galveston County Genealogical Society (Galveston, TX)
    • The Humble Area Genealogical Society (Humble, TX)
    • Summerwood Family History Conference (Houston, TX)
    • Atascocita-Kingwood Genealogical Society (Humble, TX)
    • Cedar Rapids Family History Conference (Cedar Rapids, IA)
    • Anamosa Genealogical Society (Anamosa, IA)
    • Family Tree University webinar)
    • Lake Havasu Virtual Conference)
    • The Humble Area Genealogical Society Virtual Conference)


    Andrew Lee has been doing family history research for 30 years. During high school, he wrote a contest winning essay about an American Revolution ancestor. As a member of Toastmaster’s International, Andy has achieved the status of Competent Communicator and has won several storytelling contests. He has given presentations throughout the US and Canada to professional organizations, university classes, local genealogy societies, family history conferences, and Boy Scout organizations. Andy's speaking topics range beyond genealogy to include engineering, problem-solving, finances, business building and emergency preparedness. He also graduated from Texas A&M with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

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