Bay Area Genealogical Society

Bay Area Genealogical Society 2019 Annual Conference

Saturday April 13, 2019 at Rock Garden / Comfort Suites Green Bay Wisconsin

Featured Speaker: Caron Primas Brennan

Caron Primas Brennan loves history, biography, puzzles and a good mystery, which makes her perfectly suited to genealogy research! She has been researching her family history since a 6th grade school project got her interested and using the internet since before it was “cool.” She belongs to several local and regional genealogy groups, is the recording Secretary for the Illinois State Genealogical Society, a member of the Genealogical Speakers Guild and a Professional Member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. When not working at her day job, researching her own family tree or making genealogy presentations, Caron may be researching for others or writing for her blog!

Newspapers as Genealogical Resources Learn how to find and use newspapers to find information about your ancestors as well as the times they lived in. Some of the items to be found in newspapers includes: obituaries, marriage and engagement announcements, birth announcements, legal cases, and ship passage information. We will learn how to find newspapers on line, in libraries and archives and cite your sources.

Where Did I Put Great-Grandpa? Organizing for Genealogist Organizing your genealogy information so that you can find what you want when you want it can be a daunting task. Get tips on how to keep records in digital and print-based formats.




 

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