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Wrap up on VGS Presentation

April 11th, I spent the day with over 200 researchers at the VGS spring conference and  they were a lively and fun group.

You can find my slides from those presentations at Slides and Presentations.

Here are the spread sheet examples:

Happy Searching!

Are You Missing Genealogy Gems in Military Records?

I presented Are You Missing Genealogy Gems in Military Records? at RootsTech 2015 on Saturday.

If you are interested, feel free to check out my slides.

Cover Slides

Presentation Slides from Midwestern Roots

I had a great time at Midwestern Roots 2014 in Indianapolis this past weekend!  Lots of enthusiastic and energetic researchers. 🙂

I’ve uploaded my presentation slides from my 4 presentations at Midwestern Roots.  Check out the Slides and Presentations Page for the PDF’s of those presentations.

St. Louis Archives Fire

Also, I mentioned that my blog post Ask Ancestry Anne: Why Can’t I find my World War II Veterans Records? might be useful to some of you who were trying to figure out which records were available for World War I and II Veterans.

 If you find any new finds on Ancestry.com, Fold3 or Newspapers.com  let me know!
Happy Searching!

Slides from RootsTech Presentations –Motivation Monday

Myself and Lou Szucs at RootsTech 2014

Myself and Lou Szucs at RootsTech 2014

I presented two lectures at RootsTechs 2014:

  • Learning How To Tune Your Ancestry.com Search
  • Putting Your Ancestors in Historical Perspective: Extracting Stories from Military Records on Ancestry.com and Fold3

If you were there and would like a copy of my slides or are interested you can find the PDF’s on my Slides and Presentations page.