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Ashtabula County Chapter – Using Ancestry Trees Safely and Effectively

April 8 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm EDT

Online Ancestry trees can be a mixed bag of tricks. How can you use the trees on safely and effectively in your paper trail and DNA trail genealogy research? Suz Bates, a local genealogist, will focus on topics including security, sources, data fields, uploads, others’ trees and more. Learn how to create and use Ancestry trees safely, securely, effectively, and efficiently. Any “arborist” will be surprised by the techniques!

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In person space available at the Ashtabula Public Library

Suz Bates has been researching her family history for over 50 years. After a full career in education, she now combines teaching skills with extensive genealogy research experience and training in work as a presenter, researcher and consultant. Suz’ presentation specialty is step by step instructions for various researching, archiving and technology skills for genealogist and family historians.

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April 8
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm EDT
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Ashtabula County Chapter, OGS
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Ashtabula Public Library
4335 Park Ave
Ashtabula, 44004 United States
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Ohio Genealogical Society Writing Contests
OGN Contest 1 July – 30 September
OGSQ Contest 1 September – 31 December
OGS is sponsoring its genealogical writing contest to reward amateur and professional genealogical authorship and to help fill the pages of its renowned journals with articles.
Prizes range from $25 – $100. Full Writing Contest Details

PLEASE NOTE: All Lineage Society applications are due Nov 30!