Bite-Size Genealogy: The National Registration File of 1940 for Canada, presenter Xenia Stanford
Main Speaker: Glenn Wright presenting Researching Canadian Men and Women in WWII
The England and Wales 1921 census with Jen Baldwin
Main Speaker: “The Life of William Pion” with Joanne Baines and Bob Hayes
Bite-Size Genealogy: The McKenzie Books with Claire Smith-Burns
Nikki Bose – How to Conserve Photos & Memorabilia
Bite-Size Genealogy: Canadian Passenger Lists with Mary Read
Cyndi Ingle – Cyndi’s List In Practice
Main Program: Claire Smith-Burns – “Pros and Cons of Putting your Family Tree Online” Claire gave us a great hand-out to go with the detailed information she showed us on the screen. Hints on how to get the best results for making your research easier and more effective are most appreciated. The pros and cons of creating your online family trees were discussed. Where do you store your information? Do you have genealogy software? Do you sync with Ancestry?
Bite-Size Genealogy: Mary Read – “Google Search” Maps and images, are two of the drop-down items that can help in your research. Mary gave us several shortcuts for moving back and forth from one part to another. There are also YouTube videos with help for more ways to pinpoint your research.
NOTE: There are two separate videos. These videos are for members only. If you would like to join our group, please see the membership area of the website.
‘Local Japanese Canadian War Efforts’ presentation with Herb Tanaka.
Main Topic: Sara Cochran “DNA Brought Me to the Forest But Where are All the Trees”
Bio: Sara is a full-time professional genealogist with over twenty-five years of research experience. Her research has taken her into nearly every State in the USA and Ireland, Italy, Austria, and Britain. She holds a Boston University Genealogical Research Certificate, a Bachelor’s Degree in Library Science, and is an alumnus of the ProGen Study Group. She especially enjoys breaking down brick walls for her clients, discovering the stories of black sheep ancestors, and helping individuals preserve their photographic legacy.
She is currently the Registrar for the Aurantia Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and volunteers at the National Archives, Riverside office.
Video is now available for members from our meeting Monday, September 13th, 7pm via Zoom
Main Topic: Mary Read is speaking about GHE Hudson, Photographer
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