The Ohio Genealogical Society has opened up registration for its 2019 Conference in Mason, Ohio this coming May. I am giving two traditional one-hour lectures, as well as teaching a two-hour workshop that will allow us to go more in-depth with those particular collections.
The Ohio Genealogical Society opened up registration this past Monday (Cyber Monday) for its 2018 Conference in Columbus, Ohio this coming April. Both of my sessions are generously sponsored by the Genealogical Society of Hispanic America (GSHA).
Have you inherited an obituary or another type of biographical sketch of a Mexican ancestor or relative? Would you like to learn how to dig deeper into that record to discover more about that individual and his/her family? Join me at the 28th Annual Genealogical Society of Hispanic America Conference!
Are you looking to learn more about working with Mexico’s civil registrations and church parish records to research your Mexican ancestors? Do you help patrons or clients of Mexican descent? Frustrated because you don’t know Spanish, so you think you can’t get very far with Mexican family history? Then join me at the 48th Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree!
Join me in Dallas, Texas the weekend of October 28-30, 2016, where I am teaching two classes on Mexican genealogy, and a class on using the Digital Public Library of American and HathiTrust.
I am excited to announce that I am presenting at the upcoming Southern California Genealogy Jamboree conference held Jun 3-5, 2016 in Burbank, California. Get started researching your Mexican ancestors by learning about naming conventions and key record types.