FGS_Ep009: Dealing with Family Skeletons and Stories

Posted August 20, 2008 by Shamele Jordon
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Learn a few tips to help you research your family drama from conference speaker Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer, MLS, presenting “Grandpa Did What?! Dealing with Family Skeletons and Stories.” Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer, MLS is a genealogical speaker and writer, author of Long Distance Genealogy. Christine has published articles in several genealogical magazines including the National Genealogical Society Quarterly

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• FGS News
• Genealogy Jeopardy

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FGS_Ep008: Myths on Researching Female Ancestors

Posted August 20, 2008 by Shamele Jordon
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Learn a few tips to help you to research female ancestors from conference speaker Diane V. Gagel, M. A,. presenting “Women and the Law: Researching Our Female Ancestors.” Diane is a college instructor, author of three books, and past president of the Ohio Genealogical Society.

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• FGS News
• Genealogy Jeopardy

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FGS_Ep007: Jumping the Pond Offline

Posted August 20, 2008 by Shamele Jordon
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Finding European ancestry is not an easy task. FGS Conference speaker Rick Crume may be able to help you. During this episode he will give you a preview of his presentation “British Intelligence: Smart Strategies for Tracking Down British, Scottish, and Welsh Ancestors.” Rick writes about computers and the Internet for Family Tree Magazine, Family Chronicle and Internet Genealogy.

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• FGS News
• Genealogy Jeopardy

FGS_Ep006: Researching WWI Draft Cards

Posted August 20, 2008 by Shamele Jordon
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During this episode Tim Pinnick will share tips on research WWI Draft Registration Cards. One of his lectures at the FGS Conference is “The WWI Draft Card: Don't Do African American Research Without It!” Tim is a researcher, author, lecturer, and family historian with over twenty years research experience, including all major U.S. repositories
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• FGS News
• Genealogy Jeopardy

FGS_Ep005: Reading Jewish Headstones

Posted August 20, 2008 by Shamele Jordon
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Learn a few tips to help you to research Jewish ancestors from conference speaker Judith Shulamith Langer-Surnamer Caplan, presenting "How To Read A Hebrew Tombstone Anywhere In The World," Judith a rabbi’s daughter, writer, former teacher, and Up,Roots! research founder, is a NYC-LI area professional genealogist. Judi is also editor of the LitvakSIG Online Journal

FGS_Ep004: How Trustworthy is DNA Testing?

Posted August 20, 2008 by Shamele Jordon
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We will ask the Director of Operations at the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy foundation in Salt Lake City, Ugo Perego, Can we trust our DNA results?

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Getting the Most Out of Your DNA Test Results

Posted April 28, 2008 by Shamele Jordon
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Learn a few tips to help you with DNA testing from conference speaker Ugo Perego presenting I Had My DNA Tested–Now What?.Ugo is the director of operations at the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation in Salt Lake City, Utah, and a PhD student in Human Genetics at the University of Pavia, Italy.

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• AROUND PHILLY
• GENEALOGY JEOPARDY

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