The Tax Man Cometh

I am excited about presenting to the Clarke-Oconee Genealogical Society on The Tax Man Cometh, a look at how tax records may help in our research.  It is said that only two things are for certain, Death and Taxes.   Come and join us as we explore this area of research.

This is an on-line event and you must register.  Watch at https://cogsgenealogy.org/programs/

Larimer County (CO) Genealogical Society “Build Your Case at the Courthouse”

I will be presenting a brand new version of my Build Your Case at the Courthouse to the Larimer County Genealogical Society on Thursday, 16 February at 8 PM EST. This is a 1-hour overview of researching courthouses for estate records, land records, and other court papers in learning more about our ancestors. While judicial methods vary from state to state and community to community, they all process the same types of records. Therefore, this presentation is more about the records than the structure of the court system in any one location.

Please join us. Registration is required and you can do so at https://www.lcgsco.org/events/program-build-your-case-at-the-courthouse/

York County, SC Library Genealogy & Family History Expo

I will be presenting at the York County Genealogy & Family Expo on “Build Your Case at the Courthouse.”   This is an all-day event held at the Courtyard by Marriott in Fort Mills and I am scheduled to present at 3 PM.  Come join us!

Oklahoma Genealogical Society

I will be presenting, “Tying History to Your Research” for the Oklahoma Genealogical Society.  We will examine why it is important to know the local to world events that may have impacted your person(s) of interest during their life.  We will examine various events and situations that may have impacted your people and help you search.  The meeting is at 6 PM OK (Central) time!

GA Genealogical Society Quarterly Meeting

Join is in Gainesville, Georgia for this Quarterly Meeting at the Gainesville Library, 127 Main Street NW, Gainesville GA 30501 from 10 – 5.  I will be presenting on, “How Not to Do Genealogy.”  A fun look at common mistakes many researchers make.  The event is free and open to anyone who wishes to join us in-person only.

Georgia Genealogy Picnic at the Archives

Join the Georgia Genealogical Society’s Annual Picnic at the Archives next Saturday morning beginning at 9 AM, there is an option to watch from home.  For more information click HERE .  If joining in person, from 1-4 PM do some research!

I am giving the first presentation on Probing Probate Records for More Than just a Will, then the Archives Director, Kayla Barrett will be presenting on Genealogical Information in Georgia Court Records

From 11 -12 I will be joining a panel of genealogists in a round table to answer questions.

Hope to see you all there!