Wednesday, February 10, 2010

SDGS Meeting on Saturday, 13 February - Caroline Braxton Rober

The February San Diego Genealogical Society (SDGS) meeting is this Saturday, February 13th at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church (8350 Lake Murray Blvd, just south of Jackson Drive in San Carlos), starting at noon. Caroline Braxton Rober will be the speaker on two topics:

“Land and Probate Research: Twin Headaches!” -- How to find these records and what to do with them once you have! This lecture will help you understand how these records work together to solve some major genealogy brick walls.

“Analyzation and Research Strategy for the Family Historian” -- Learning how to take the things you find and understand them which will lead you into further genealogical research. The “Research Strategy” is taught as well as how to analyze a document and the best ways to get out of your research what you put into it.

Our presenter, Caroline Braxton Rober, is a professional genealogical lecturer, teacher and researcher for 39 years. She motivates with her trademark high energy and high level of common sense tips. She is Past President of the Southern California Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists and currently serving as the Staff Training Coordinator for the Orange CA Regional Family History Center in Orange, CA. She is a member of the National Genealogical Society, New England Historical Genealogical Society and the Kentucky Historical Society.

Caroline is a native southern Californian. Her proudest accomplishments are her three children and seven grandchildren.

I hope to see many of my San Diego area readers there!

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