CANADIAN RESEARCH DAY

Monday March 16, 2020. Kathryn Lake Hogan will present four talks:

  • 1.     Researching Canadian Census Records, 1871-1921
  • 2.     Selling Canada: Immigration Schemes, Ship Passenger Lists and Immigration Records
  • 3.     How to Find Birth, Marriage and Death Registrations in Canada
  • 4.     Researching Recent Family Members in Canada

Kathryn Lake Hogan, UE, PLCGS is a Canadian professional genealogist who revels in teaching people how to find their ancestors in Canada. She is the founder and owner of the Canadian-based genealogy business, Looking4Ancestors.

Kathryn is the host and presenter of the well-received weekly webinar series, “Genealogy with a Canadian Twist.” Recognized for her knowledge of Canadian genealogy, Kathryn is a popular speaker and instructor at regional and national genealogical conferences and institutes throughout North America.


SOUTH AFRICAN RESEARCH DAY

Tuesday March 17th, 2020. Sue McNelly will present four talks:

  • ·       SOUTH AFRICAN RESEARCH – GETTING STARTED
  • ·       MY ANCESTOR WENT TO SOUTH AFRICA
  • ·       WARS AND RECORDS THEY CREATED
  • ·       ONLINE SOURCES FOR SOUTH AFRICAN RESEARCH

Sue McNelly is a professional genealogist based in Phoenix, Arizona, with over 16 years of experience. Born in South Africa to her English father and South African mother, Sue’s roots are predominantly English with a little Scottish, Irish and of course South African, to add to the mix. Sue is a graduate of Boston University’s Certificate in Genealogical Research and is the owner of KindredPast, a genealogy company focusing on research in South Africa, England, and the Isle of Man


BRITISH INDIA RESEARCH DAY

Wednesday March 18th ,2020. Emma Jolly will present four talks:

  • ·       GETTING STARTED WITH ANGLO-INDIAN RESEARCH
  • ·       RESEARCHING AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY AND OTHER ARCHIVES
  • ·       ONLINE SOURCES
  • ·       THE ANGLO-INDIAN COMMUNITY

Emma Jolly MA is a professional genealogist and writer. Based in London, Emma writes regularly for family history publications and is the author of four books. Emma's media work includes radio and television appearances, as well as research for British and Swedish television channels, independent production companies, and national newspapers. She also edits the monthly newsletter of the Society of Genealogists. Emma specializes in genealogy problem-solving, tracing living relatives (alongside DNA test analysis), London history, social history, women's history and the British in India.


AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH DAY

Thursday March 19th ,2020. Kerry Farmer will present four talks:

  • ·       BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
  • ·       IMMIGRATION
  • ·       CONVICTS
  • ·       NEWSPAPERS, DIRECTORIES AND ELECTORAL ROLLS

Kerry Farmer is a researcher, presenter and teacher in genealogical studies. She is on the Board of the Society of Australian Genealogists and convenor of their Education Committee. She is Director of Australian Studies for the National Institute for Genealogical Studies, developing their Australian Records courses. Kerry authored DNA for Genealogists (4th edn, 2017), Arrivals in Australia from 1788 (2015).


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