Posts tagged ‘2018 NGS Conference’

Grow Your Society with Quality Events – James Thornhill James Thornhill Session Number: NGS2105-ME-04 Track: Managing Events  SPONSOR: VIVID-PIX and Ancestry Membership is a constant challenge for most genealogical societies.  We are always trying to get the word out about our society; attract ...

April 16, 2021 by Robin Maurice

Virtual Family Reunion – David Allen Lambert David Allen Lambert SESSION: NGS2104-SP-15 TRACK: Sponsored SPONSORED BY: American Ancestors by New England Historic Genealogical Society Virtual Family Reunions in 2021 will allow you to share and gather genealogical data, and keep in contact with ...

April 15, 2021 by Teresa Kelley
Amy Larner Giroux, PhD, CG, CGL

Faded Echoes of the Civil War: Correlating Evidence of Identity and Kinship – Amy Larner Giroux Amy Larner Giroux, PhD, CG, CGL SESSION: NGS2104-BCG-02 TRACK: BCG Skillbuilding SPONSOR: Board for Certification of Genealogists® Genealogists typically work from a known individual and extend famili...

April 14, 2021 by Teresa Kelley

Finding Good Material for Society Newsletters – Deb Cyprych Deb Cyprych Session Number:  NGS2105-CM-01 Track:  Communication to Members SPONSOR: VIVID-PIX and Ancestry Looking for interesting, informative articles on a regular basis? Trying to get more people to help? This session for newsletter...

April 13, 2021 by Robin Maurice
Cara F. Griggs

Virginia Naturalization Records, 1657/8-1952 – Cara F. Griggs Cara F. Griggs, MSLIS SESSION: NGS2104-VIR-03 TRACK: Virginia Finding naturalization records for Virginians can seem complicated! The laws that governed the naturalizations of Virginians changed considerably over time in terms of proces...

April 12, 2021 by Teresa Kelley

Extending DNA Evidence: More is Better – Patti Lee Hobbs Patti Lee Hobbs, CG SESSION: NGS2104-BCG-03 TRACK: BCG Skillbuilding Many people are insecure about using DNA evidence to help prove ancestral connection. These insecure people are balanced by others who perhaps draw hasty conclusions with t...

April 9, 2021 by Teresa Kelley

Identifying the 1714 and 1717 Germanna Colonists of Frontier Virginia – Cathi Clore Frost and Barbara Price SESSION: NGS2104-SP-11 TRACK: Virginia SPEAKERS: Cathi Clore Frost and Barbara Price SPONSORED BY: Germanna Foundation Serious research of the Germanna Colonists and their association with ...

April 8, 2021 by Teresa Kelley

Researching at the Tennessee State Archives, At Home! – Melissa Barker Melissa Barker SESSION: NGS2014-STA-01 TRACK: States The state archive for Tennessee is the Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) located in Nashville, Tennessee. They hold vast amounts of records for Tennessee and t...

April 7, 2021 by Shannon Benton
Vic Dunn, CG

Before Virginia: Finding the Origins of Colonial Immigrants – Vic Dunn Vic Dunn, CG SESSION: NGS2104-VIR-02 TRACK: Virginia I have a number of New England ancestors, including several who came over on the Mayflower. I am always impressed about how many have been traced back into England and typic...

April 6, 2021 by Teresa Kelley

Website and Social Media Communication and Content Strategies for Societies – Laura Hedgecock  Laura Hedgecock Session Number:  NGS2105-CM-03 Track:  Communication to Members SPONSOR:  VIVID-PIX and Ancestry Managing or helping with your society’s website or social media presence? Learn simp...

April 2, 2021 by Robin Maurice