S419, “Moravian Trails and Records,” 9:30 am, Saturday, 13 May 2017 This lecture that comes from my family history of a Moravian background set against the earliest days of our country. Rev. John Bechtel was not only prominent in the early Moravian church in Pennsylvania but his childr...

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Religion, S429, “O Man of God! How to Thoroughly Research Ministers of the Gospel,” 11 am, Saturday, 13 May 2017 with Daryl Johanson I will be presenting“O Man of God! How to Thoroughly Research Ministers of the Gospel.” I encourage anyone with ancestors who were ministers to come t...

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Many people either dislike going to a new repository or you go and miss important things you need because you didn’t realize they was there. The North Carolina Genealogical Society (NCGS) has solved those problems for you when you come to Raleigh for the NGS Family History Conference in May! NCGS...

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DNA, T252, “Five Tips To Make Sense of Your DNA Testing,” 4 pm, Thursday, 11 May 2017 Have you attended a class on genetic genealogy only to feel like you had veered off into a foreign language class instead? You won’t feel that way in my class! I speak plain English. Have you opened ...

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North Carolina, W144, “Interpreting NC Land Records,” 2:30 pm, Wednesday, 10 May 2017 S414, “NC Land Grants Overview,” 9:30 am, Saturday, 13 May 2017 David McCorkle is a North Carolina native with all of his father’s ancestral lines arriving in the state prior to 1800...

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Tom Jones has been pursuing his ancestry since 1963. For the first twenty-five years he was clueless about what he was trying to accomplish and how to do it. When he started climbing the genealogy learning curve he repeatedly experienced the challenges, joys, and rewards of tracing ancestors reliab...

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F307, “Rainbows and Kaleidoscopes: Inclusion as a Professional and Personal Genealogical Standard,” 8 am, Friday, 12 May 2017 As professional and personal genealogists, we can enrich our family histories, client bases, and colloborations with fellow researchers by adopting inclusion as ...

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DNA, W152, “MyHeritage DNA Matching,” 4 pm, Wednesday, 10 May 2017. In this lecture, you will learn about the MyHeritage matching process and how to make the most of it. Daniel will cover both taking the MyHeritage DNA test and uploading raw data from the tests of other major services ...

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Reference services for photographs and audiovisual materials in the State Archives of North Carolina during the 2017 NGS Conference Contributed by Kim Andersen, Audiovisual Materials Unit, Special Collections Section, State Archives of North Carolina Films, videos, audio recordings, photographs, an...

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Records & Repositories, S428, “How Genealogists Can Work with State Archivists in Support of Records Preservation and Access,” 11 am, Saturday, 13 May 2017 with Sarah E. Koonts, State Archivist of North Carolina Genealogists represent one of the most important user groups for archives. This...

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