Shelley Viola Murphy to Present at NGS 2021 Live!
SESSION: NGS2104-LV-19 DATE & TIME: Thursday, 20 May 2021, at 3:45 p.m.
Most genealogy researchers understand there are “burned counties” in the state of Virginia, which means there are missing and lost records and you will have some challenges along your research path. This session is designed to help change your thinking about burned counties by seeking alternative records to help provide information. Tips and strategies will be shared to help combat some of those challenges of missing and lost records.
BIO: Shelley Viola Murphy, aka “familytreegirl”, is a native of Michigan residing in Virginia researching her African-American & European lines. Murphy presents at local and national conferences presenting problem-solving methodology lectures using her “So What” principles. Shelley’s blog is familytreegirl.com, and her tagline is “Know your roots, they are long and strong.”
To learn more about the NGS 2021 Virtual Family History Conference’s week-long events, 17-21 May, visit the conference and download a copy of the program brochure. A discounted Early Bird registration fee is available through 15 March 2021.