Posts tagged ‘Jill Crandell’

  Judy G. Russell, JD, CG®, CGLSM, The Legal Genealogist, provides expert guidance through the murky territory where law, history, and genealogy come together. Session Number: T133, Hosted by the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Title: Just Three Generations: New York Style...

April 29, 2023 by Teresa Kelley

  Dr. John Treadway, Professor Emeritus of History and Global Studies at the University of Richmond. Session Number: T131, Hosted by the Palatines to America German Genealogy Society Title: Germans in Virginia—The First Three Hundred Years Date and Time: Thursday, 1 June, at 12:30 p.m. ...

April 29, 2023 by Teresa Kelley

Family Tree Maker – Now and The Road Ahead by Duff Wilson For over thirty years, Family Tree Maker has been helping people discover, grow and share their family trees.  In this presentation, Duff will introduce some of the things for which Family Tree Maker is well-known, as well as some exciting...

April 29, 2023 by Teresa Kelley

The Library of Virginia welcomes attendees of the 2023 National Genealogical Society conference! Created in 1823, the Library of Virginia is the commonwealth’s state library and archives. The holdings include state and local records and a variety of private collections—including personal papers ...

April 29, 2023 by Teresa Kelley

  W. Samuel Williams, MDiv, is a professional genealogist with a focus on Central Virginia, African American, and Greek American research. His degrees are in International Affairs, Spanish, and Orthodox theology. Sam is the owner of The Orthodox Genealogist, LLC, which he started in Norfolk...

April 4, 2023 by Teresa Kelley

  David M. McCorkle is president and founder of NC Historical Records Online (NCHRO), a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to provide public online access to images of original records and other relevant information useful to researching North Carolina history and genealogy. He is the creat...

April 4, 2023 by Teresa Kelley

Many Americans can trace their indigenous, immigrant, indentured, and enslaved ancestors to Virginia. If you are researching ancestors who may have lived in Virginia, then be sure to register for the NGS 2023 Family History Conference in Richmond, Virginia, 31 May-3 June. Items of interest for resea...

April 4, 2023 by Teresa Kelley

There is much for all of us to learn from the history of Black families. Join us in Richmond, Virginia, for the NGS 2023 Family History Conference, 31 May-3 June, for a wide range of tours, lectures, and special presentations focused on African American genealogy. If you’re researching Black famil...

April 4, 2023 by Teresa Kelley
Cara F. Griggs

  Cara F. Griggs has been a reference archivist at the Library of Virginia since 2006. She earned a BA in history from the University of Richmond, an AM in social sciences from the University of Chicago, and an MSLIS with an archival studies concentration from Drexel University. She is a m...

April 4, 2023 by Teresa Kelley

  Miriam is the author of Jewish Roots in Poland and Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova, both of which have been honored with international writing awards.  For more than thirty years, she has focused her work in Poland and the former Soviet Union, making three to four trips to Eastern Eur...

April 3, 2023 by Teresa Kelley