On March 17, 2023 BIGS Presents
At 10AM, Friday, March 17, 2023,
At the Bainbridge Public Library and on Zoom,
Evelyn Roehl will present:
“Planning a Genealogy Research Trip”
Evelyn will discuss the many aspects of planning for a genealogy research trip. Armed with her many tips, you’ll be fully prepared to have a successful trip.
Evelyn Roehl [Pronounced RAIL] was born in Minnesota and raised on a family farm, the youngest of ten children. She moved to Seattle in 1985 and in 1992 began digging into the roots of her family tree.
In 1994, she took a sabbatical to travel across the United States and then over to Germany and France to trace her ancestors and relatives.
In 1995, she started Kin Hunters to offer her genealogical research and publishing skills to others. She has made numerous research trips to the Family History Library (FamilySearch) in Salt Lake City, Utah, as well as to other research facilities around United States and Canada.
She loves finding when and from where people came to North America, including her 17 immigrant ancestors from central Europe.
She is also the author of Whole Food Facts, has typeset numerous small-press books, edited various newsletters for nonprofit organizations, as well as compiled materials for and designed family history booklets for clients.
So, please join us on March 17th at 10AM at the Bainbridge Library or on Zoom for this informative presentation. A Zoom link will be posted on our website the day before the event.
Everyone Welcome! No membership necessary.