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22-23 March 2019—and for 90 days afterward

Attend the North Carolina Genealogical Society’s Virtual Conference Live on 22-23 March 2019, and get exclusive access to online recordings of the lectures for 90 days following the event. These recordings will only be available to those who register before online registration closes on 17 March.
Hear lectures live by the following experts in their fields, and enjoy the recorded versions as many times as you would like during an exclusive 90 day period that follows.
Debbie Parker Wayne - “atDNA Chromosome Mapping” and “DNA: The Source That Keeps On Giving”
Jeff L. Haines - “Burned Counties: Finding Ancestors When Records Are Lost”
Pamela Stone Eagleson -“Telling the Tales: Writing the Family Narrative”
Craig R. Scott - “Researching a War of 1812 Ancestor”
David McCorkle - “North Carolina Land Records”
Ari Wilkins - “Tracking African American Migration Patterns to Northern Industrial Cities
Diane L. Richard - “NC History and Record Idiosyncrasies You Want to Know About!”

Register soon to take advantage of this opportunity! After the 90 day period, these lectures will not be offered again for replay.


March 26, 2019 - Wake County Genealogical Society Meeting and Presentation

Olivia Raney Local History Library
4016 Carya Drive, Raleigh, North Carolina 27610
6:30pm - 8:15pm

Seek the Extraordinary: Family History Blogging

Speaker: George Thomas

Why confine your family story to brief snipits presented by way of the single-lined fields commonly used in genealogy based software? Instead, take time to honor the fact that your uniquely personal history has real connections to extraordinary happenings playing out on the world scene. From the desires of Lord Hyde, the head of a French Queen, and the real brains behind the Confederate States of America …to life in Venice, the Houston shipping harbor, and the gold fields of North Carolina; the happen chances of a kitty cat, a Jewish neighbor, and the boy next door have vastly changed the way George perceives his family’s history. Enjoy this evening of storytelling as George Thomas presents recently embraced twists in his own family story he discovered using ordinary sources.

All WCGS meetings are free and open to the public. Bring a friend! Refreshments will be served during social time before the presentation. Presentation will start at 7:00.

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