Posts Tagged ‘genealogy’

Free Family History Program

THE VENTURA COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY presents a Free Family History Presentation Saturday, January 19, 2019, 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. at the Camarillo Library Community Room 4101 Las Posas Road, Camarillo, CA 1:00 P.M.: “1890 CENSUS SUBSTITUTES” SPEAKER: Lisa Schumacher Family history researchers rely heavily on Census records from 1790 to 1940. However, most of the 1890…

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Bucks County Genealogical Society Program

“Get Your Wellies On: Wading Through the Records of England and Wales” will be presented by Professional Genealogist Christine Roberts. You’ve discovered the town of origin for an ancestor who came from England or Wales – now what? This beginner’s level presentation introduces the three primary genealogical resources for English and Welsh research: the decennial…

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“Emigration & Immigration: The Story of Your Immigrant Ancestors”

Your immigrant ancestors are the foundation of your roots in the U.S. Jacqui Schattner will discuss: Why did they come? The voyage itself. Entering the U.S. ports. How to find emigration, immigration and naturalization records. Learn the interesting details of your ancestors’ journey to their new life here. List of over 30 websites and other…

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Venturing through Miles and Bytes

Join Us As We Celebrate Our 25th Annual Fall Conference! Jill Morelli, Certified Genealogist will be the featured speaker at the 25th Annual Fall Conference. The one-hour interactive lecture topics will be: Road Trip!: Exploring Midwest Repositories; Family Search: The Other 70 %; Finding Our Women: 25+ Places to Find a Surname and I Got…

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Classes and Research Trips in the September webinar!

Pat Stamm, webinar, free, FGS

  The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) is pleased to announce the September 2018 webinar, “Using Classes and Research Trips to Expand Your Membership,” presented by Pat Stamm, a long-time leader in genealogy education. Societies are always looking for ways to expand their membership. One of the best ways is to offer benefits. Two potential…

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5 Reads Friday: Skeletons, German research resources, & more!

Here is our quick roundup of interesting tidbits from the genealogy community that trended this week on social media — a smattering of this and a smattering of that. Get in the know for the weekend with these 5 reads from FGS:  Apparently, when one case closes, another one opens and another “skeleton” emerges. At…

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