Buckeye Expansion: Migration into Ohio – Dana Palmer
SESSION: NGS2104-MIG-04 TRACK: Migration
Many people moved to Ohio or passed through it. Where did they come from and where did they settle? This session will cover early Northwest Territory settlement in Ohio from 1785 to the 1850’s. Discussion will include details on migration into Ohio with tips on how to connect your ancestor to their prior residence. If you have Ohio ancestors or want to join one of Ohio’s lineage societies, you need to attend this lecture.
BIO: Dana Palmer, CG®, CGL(SM) has been a genealogy instructor at Sinclair Community College since 2010. She has spoken at national, state, and local genealogy events including RootsTech, NGS, FGS, and frequently at OGS. She specializes in lineage society applications, publishing family books, and Midwestern research – specifically Ohio, but she also has experience in Germany, Denmark, and the U.K. She has received numerous awards for her books and volunteer efforts. She belongs to several lineage societies including ISDUP, NSDAR, USD 1812, and Colonial Dames. She loves problem solving and tracking down those elusive ancestors. Visit her website at: www.treasuredlineage.com
The Virtual NGS 2021 On-Demand! Viewing Starts 15 June
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