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"CREDIBLE CLUES FROM THE INCREDIBLE INTERNET: COMBINING WORLD WIDE WEB AND
REPOSITORY RESEARCH TO SOLVE GENEALOGICAL MYSTERIES"
by Leslie Corn
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2001
10:30 A. M.
Orange County Genealogical Society
Historic 1841 Courthouse
101 Main Street
Goshen, NY 10924
Using case studies, this talk describes how to use a blend of Internet,
archive, and library research to advance successful and well-documented
Strategies for effective and efficient genealogical research on the
Creative ways to research with online digitized indexes and text.
Tips for using Internet search engines to cut through online clutter and
what you want.
Methods for combining Internet and repository research to get optimal
A native Manhattanite, Leslie Corn is a professional genealogist serving
attorneys, private investigators, heir searchers, and private clients. She
a member of the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society's Library
Committee, Education & Publication Committee, and Subcommittee on Collection
Development. An active author and lecturer, Corn is also a consultant to
Primary Source Media, a subsidiary of Thomson Corporation, for their online
genealogical offerings to individuals and libraries.
She volunteers at the NY County Clerk's Office/Division of Old Records and
the National Archives, Northeast Region. She is a member of the Association
of Professional Genealogists, NYHS, NYG&BS, and JGS. Corn holds a B. A. in
English and a M.A. in Psychology.
There will be a monthly business meeting at 9:00 A. M. followed by the
at 10:30 A. M.. Both the meeting and program are free and open to the
For more information please contact Marilyn Terry at 845-562-2749 or by
e-mail at mvtgrterry(a)aol.com.
I'm new to this area and wonder what the resources are for indexed
cemeteries of Putnum County. I've been searching for Amblers in Danbury
are area, but it just dawned on me that they may be buried in NY. I'm
particularly looking for info about Diodate Ambler and wife Polly
Goodsell Ambler. They were both born in the Danbury, CT area c. 1775. I
have no idea when they died. Thanks,