It was another stellar turnout on Saturday at Library and Archives Canada for the regular British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa monthly meeting presentation Doing Family Tree Research in your Pajamas by Ken McKinlay. Appropriately attired in PJs, green in honour of St Patrick, Ken covered key aspects of using the Internet to locate and record information concerning your ancestors. What is needed to record and preserve what is found, web sites that are treasure troves of information and tips to possibly break through that brick wall will be some of the topics covered.
Ken's presentation is now available in the Handouts section of the password protected members' only area of the Society website.
Ken McKinlay is also program co-chair for next September's BIFHSGO conference. It was announced that one of the main speakers will be Chris Paton of the British GENES blog.