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Introduction to Genealogy Class
Presented by Lou Daly
When: 1 - 4pm, Saturday April 19, 2008
Where: dBug Resource Center
Who were your ancestors?
Where did they live?
How did they get there?
What well known events did they take part in?
Are the family stories really true?
Do you have any famous ancestors?
What family stories are out there that you don't know about?
Who are your second, third and fourth cousins?
How much are you like the rest of your family?
Where did your special talents come from?
What do you want to find out about your family?
Join us for an introductory class in finding, recording, and sharing
your family history using the Internet and traditional resources. We'll
go from the known into the adventurous unknown and, hopefully by the
end of the afternoon you will have information that you never knew
existed. No previous experience necessary. We'll be covering the
basics. Bring your laptop if you wish.
Instructor Lou Daly has 40+ years experience in genealogy, is a
graduate of the University of Washington Genealogy and Family History
Certificate Program, leads the dBug/SGS Genealogy SIG, and is a member
of numerous local and national genealogical societies.
How much do you already know? If possible, before the class, download
this pedigree chart (link to PDF below), fill in as much as you can,
and bring the chart with you to class. (Make an additional copy for
each branch of your family where you have information on more than four
Register Now! Seating is limited. Please click the link below to
register for the event through Kagi, or register with your name and
e-mail address via the second link below and pay at the door (please
show up early if you want to pay at the door). The $25 tuition goes to
Register and pay online:
Register and pay at the door:
Click the link below for directions to the dBug Resource Center, or
contact dBug's Genealogy SIG Leaders for any other information using
the second link below.
Contact and more info:
It is not necessary to belong to either dBug or Seattle Genealogical
Society, or to have genealogy software, to attend the class. The class
is not specific to either PCs or Macs.