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Monday, August 16
LCGS Virtual Board of Directors Meeting  (LCGS Activities)
1:00 pm


Thursday, August 19
LCGS Monthly Membership Meeting  (LCGS Activities)
10:00 am
Virtually Via GoToWebinar
Ancestry.com Tips and Tricks by Vrinda Albrecht


Thursday, August 19
Florida State Genealogical Society Poolside Chat  (Other Genealogy Societies)
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Virtually via GoToWebinar
US Passport Applications presented by Debra S. Mieszala, CG.
 
US passport applications contain a wealth of information. Who, why, and when people applied for passports will be covered. Examples are shown
 
Webinar Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/367365938230748430


Thursday, August 26
LCGS RootsMagic Special Interest Group  (LCGS Activities)
10:00 am
VIRTUAL MEETING via Skype Meet Now
For LCGS Members who use the RootsMagic Genealogy software application for tracking their genealogy. 
Contact Carol for more information and a virtual link <crweidlich@gmail.com>.
 



Monday, September 13
LCGS Virtual Board of Directors Meeting  (LCGS Activities)
1:00 pm


Thursday, September 16
LCGS Monthly Membership Meeting  (LCGS Activities)
10:00 am
Virtually Via GoToWebinar
To Be Announced by The Legal Genealogist Judy GRussell, JD, CG, CGL.


Thursday, September 16
Florida State Genealogical Society Poolside Chat  (Other Genealogy Societies)
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Virtually via GoToWebinar
Organizational Strategies for DNA Analysis presented by Paul Woodbury.
 
DNA test results are constantly changing and can therefore be overwhelming to analyze. Organizing DNA test results is akin to aiming for a moving target. Join us in this webinar as we explore ways of designing organizational systems that help to answer genealogical questions and achieve genealogical objectives. Learn to organize, filter, cluster, isolate and analyze the most pertinent genetic cousins for any given research question and gain the confidence to begin making genealogical discoveries of your own utilizing DNA evidence.
 
Presenter: From a young age, Paul Woodbury fell in love with genealogy research. To pursue his passion for this field, he studied genetics and family history at Brigham Young University. To aid in his desire to share his knowledge with others, he has also received a masters degree in instructional design and educational technology from the University of Utah. Paul currently works as a Genetic Genealogy Specialist at Legacy Tree Genealogists where he has helped to solve hundreds of genetic genealogy cases. In addition to genetic genealogy, Paul specializes in French, Spanish, and Scandinavian research and regularly presents on topics for these areas.
 
 


Thursday, September 23
LCGS RootsMagic Special Interest Group  (LCGS Activities)
10:00 am
VIRTUAL MEETING via Skype Meet Now
For LCGS Members who use the RootsMagic Genealogy software application for tracking their genealogy. 
Contact Carol for more information and a virtual link <crweidlich@gmail.com>.
 



Monday, October 18
LCGS Virtual Board of Directors Meeting  (LCGS Activities)
1:00 pm


Thursday, October 21
LCGS Monthly Membership Meeting  (LCGS Activities)
10:00 am
Virtually Via GoToWebinar
Using Multiple Databases in Tandem to Solve Problems by George G. Morgan, President of Aha! Seminars, co-host of The Genealogy GuysSM Podcast, internationally recognized genealogy expert, lecturer, and author.


Thursday, October 21
Florida State Genealogical Society Poolside Chat  (Other Genealogy Societies)
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Virtually via GoToWebinar
Migration Patterns of Germans within America presented by Sharon Cook MacInnes, PhD, CG.
 
We’ll explore how historical events channeled Germans into certain areas and how chain migration drew allied families together. Many migrated from NY/MD/PA down the Shenandoah Valley into VA, NC and SC.  Accessible rivers and railroads led to the establishment of the German Triangle between Cincinnati, Milwaukee and St. Louis. The National Road and German-language advertisements channeled them to Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, Wisconsin and points west. The 1848 Revolution led them to the Texas German Belt.  Knowing where your ancestors settled in the mid-1800s can often lead you backwards by considering the migration routes of other Germans, particularly allied families.
 
Presenter: Sharon Cook MacInnes, Ph.D., CG, is a former member of the Board of Directors of the National Genealogical Society.  She specializes in Pennsylvania land records, colonial research, and methodology.  Her 35-year chase over Pennsylvania for elusive ancestors revealed the importance of land to our  ancestors and led her to publish the series "Early Landowners of Pennsylvania: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of *** County."   To date, she has compiled and published 8 volumes of county atlases pinpointing the original tracts and their owners. Sharon is the CEO of Ancestor Tracks (http://ancestortracks.com) which is dedicated to publishing online free, downloadable 19th-century maps of every county of Pennsylvania to be used with census records and published county histories.
 
 


Friday, October 22
LCGS RootsMagic Special Interest Group  (LCGS Activities)
10:00 am
VIRTUAL MEETING via Skype Meet Now
For LCGS Members who use the RootsMagic Genealogy software application for tracking their genealogy. 
Contact Carol for more information and a virtual link <crweidlich@gmail.com>.