Wednesday, November 9, 2011

San Diego Genealogical Society Seminar on Saturday Features Lou Szucs

I'm really looking forward to the San Diego Genealogical Society (SDGS) Fall Seminar this Saturday, 12 November, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Resort in Mission Valley (2270 Hotel Circle North). 

The featured speaker at this event is Loretto (Lou) Dennis Szucs of  Lou will present four talks:

*  A Dozen Ways to Jump Start Your Family History Project

This visually-rich presentation is designed to find new ways to overcome the challenges and solve the problems.

*  Hidden Sources

From Admiralty court records and almshouse and apprenticeship documents to pension applications, World War records and yearbooks, this is an alphabet soup of over 50 underused sources that can reveal surprising details about your family.

*  What's New in Family History

In an age of constant changes, new gadgets and technological advancements, it’s sometimes difficult to keep up with it all. This presentation will present an overview of recent publications and developments and ideas to keep current with all that’s new in family history research.

*  Getting the Most out of

New databases are constantly added and the Ancestry team is regularly improving the search experience. Come and learn what’s new and get some great tips on using the site most effectively.

The seminar cost is $35.00 per person for SDGS members or $40.00 per person for non-members. Registration includes seated luncheon. The Crowne-Plaza Hotel & Resort charges $4.00 for all day parking with event validation.

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