Sunday, 8 June 2014

Advance notice: One World-One Family family history conference

If your summer plans include being in the Toronto area consider attending the 5th annual One World-One Family family history conference to be held on Sat. Aug. 23, 2014 from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at 10062 Bramalea Rd. The program includes:

Accessing and Preserving Family Heirloomsby Archives Ontario
Discovering Your Ancestors in the Great Warsby Shirley-Ann Pyefinch
Finding Your Ancestors from the Philippinesby Jette Soutar
French Canadian Researchby To Be Determined .
Getting Started in Jamaican Genealogical Researchby Dorothy Kew
Great Non-Genealogy Sites for British Isles Researchby James F. S. Thomson
Hunting and Fishing: Different Approaches to Genetic Genealogyby Linda Reid
Indexing - A Way to Help Others Build Their Family Treeby Rick Dunstall
Irish Resources Available on LDS Websitesby Shirley-Ann Pyefinch
Missing in Action: Solving a Six Decade-Old Mystery with DNAby Elizabeth A. R. Kaegi and James F. S. Thomson
Recent Developments in British Isles Researchby James F. S. Thomson
Researching Ukrainian Family Historyby Natalie Lisowiec
RootsTech Workshop – 5 Essential Resources for Hispanic Genealogy (in Spanish)by Sonia Meza
RootsTech Workshop - Five Ways to Do Family History in Your Sleepby Deborah Gamble
RootsTech Workshop - Ten Things I Learned about my Family on my Couchby Tammy Hepps
RootsTech Workshop: Basic Online Resources For the Beginning Genealogistby Lisa Alzo
Starting From Scratch: How to Begin Family History Researchby Claire Nabrotzky
Tantalizing treasures in the Peel Archive’s Wm. Perkins Bull collectionby Kyle Neill
Using FamilySearch to Solve Genealogical Problemsby James Ison
Using Local Sources for Scottish Genealogy Researchby Christine Woodcock
Using Social Media for Genealogy Researchby Christine Woodcock
Why Mormons Build Templesby Pres. Richard Norton
尋根 - 中國家譜研討會 Finding Chinese Ancestorsby Grace Chan

Visit www.oneworldonefamily-theevent.com/ for more information.

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