Katherine R. Willson|
2470 Nottingham Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Business Phone: 734-546-2360
Contact between 8:00am to 9:00pm US Eastern
Social media research
Filling in ancestors' timeline gaps
Online & Offline Sources for Locating Photos of Your Ancestors
Records of New York City's Emigrant Savings Bank
Solving Mysteries with Facebook’s 10,600+ Genealogy Groups & Pages
Little-Known & Rarely-Used Google Resources & Research Tips
Naturalization Rules, Records & Repositories
Military Records Research
The Importance of a Genealogical Codicil to Your Will
The Genealogical Research Checklist
Locating Archived & Digital News Articles About Your Ancestors
Locating Those Elusive Maiden Names
Printing Your Family History
Who/When/Where - Writing the Most Effective Queries
They Didn't All Come Through Ellis Island! Locating & Analyzing Passenger Lists
Getting the Most from Cemetery Research Online & In Person
Filling Out Your Family Tree Without Breaking the Bank!
What Stories Are You Missing From the State & Federal Census Info?
Top 10 Dos & Don'ts for Preserving Family Photos, Articles & Films
Locating Living Relatives (Reverse Genealogy): Where, Why & How
Exploring the Features of Ancestry.com
Exploring the Features of FamilySearch.org
Additional presentations can be customized to fit any organization’s needs
One-hour presentation fee - $115 plus travel expenses for a 45-minute presentation plus 15-minute Q&A
Day-long workshop fee - $450 plus travel expenses (two presentations in the morning and two in the afternoon).
New lectures easily developed to suit your individual group needs
Handouts are emailed prior to the lecture and printed by the hosting organization
Available to travel (reimbursed mileage at the IRS federal rate of $0.535/mile; or flight, hotel & meal costs (hotel & meals use the IRS allowable per diem federal rate, available at http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/104877)
See schedule in right side-bar at www.SocialMediaGenealogy.com
Katherine is a highly-acclaimed and professionally-trained national public speaker and professional genealogist. She gives keynote addresses, conference presentations & facilitates genealogical workshops.
Her genealogy interests began as a child while earning the Junior Girl Scout “My Heritage” badge. Her passion for genealogy was fueled during college when relatives gave her binders full of generations of information.
Katherine has been teaching all levels of genealogy research for the past twelve years. Her passion for genealogy combined with practical and creative strategies keeps Katherine’s audience actively participating in her engaging presentations. Participants leave with the tools necessary to do their own research, and the inspiration to do it!