Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Maidu Senior Center, 1550 Maidu Dr., Roseville, CA
Meeting 1-3 pm
Program: "Researching Eastern Europe History & Archives"
Preparing for your genealogical trip over the pond can be a real challenge. This 90 minute presentation will cover, in two parts, 1) how to prepare your research, and various methods of how to determine your ancestor's County of Origin, and 2) a generalized history of European Europe, how those historic influences affected your ancestry migration, and suggestions of where and how to access available records. Session ends on how to located current Research Guides for your country of interest.
Speaker: Lynn G. Brown
Lynn has been a Family Historian for over 35 years and offers an extensive background in both Computer Skills and Genealogy Research. She has a Masters Degree in Recreation Administration specializing in Non-Profit Organizations and Alternative Education with an extended Degrees in Electronics and Telecommunications.
She retired from the Administrative branch of the Girl Scouting in 1980, and then embarked into new careers with AT&T, and US Army Reserves, retiring from both in 2001, Lynn made a new career helping others with their genealogy research projects. Currently she is a volunteer with the Sacramento Family History Center as a librarian supervisor, and recently has retired from the Folsom-Cordova and San Juan School districts teaching Computerized Genealogy.
Lynn has been lecturing to Genealogy groups throughout the Central Valley and Bay Area communities since 2004, covering a large variety of genealogical topics promoting researching searching and publishing Family History in the computer age.
Posted by Ron Setzer