Stillaquamish Valley Genealogical Society Diving Deeper Into FamilySearch.org

Stillaquamish Valley Genealogical Society

Presentation – Diving Deeper Into FamilySearch.org 

(This presentation and meeting will not be available via Zoom)

Tuesday, February 13, 2024

1:00 pm

SVGS Library

6111 188 PL NE, Arlington, WA

You are invited to the free presentation at the SVGS library.

Everyone is welcome! 

Donna Snider will be speaking in person at our February 13th meeting. Our business meeting will follow the presentation.

Donna’s topic: Diving Deeper Into FamilySearch.org

Time to expand your research in FamilySearch.org?  You’ve processed all those handy Record Hints for your ancestor, so now what?  FamilySearch has a vast amount of records that are only available with a deeper dive.  Come learn some tips and tricks that will make your dive more effective and less frustrating.  

Donna Snider

Bio: Donna Snider is Director of the Camano-Stanwood FamilySearch Center on nearby Camano Island. Her life-long love of family history propelled her through many hours of recording memories for the elderly, through several college genealogy classes, and through a B.A. in gerontology at Brigham Young University. She has taught a variety of genealogical classes over the last several decades, and her specialty is teaching others how to easily steer through the extensive FamilySearch.org program.

There will be a short break with refreshments. The monthly meeting will follow.

Also join us at the SVGS library from 1-3pm on Thursday, February 15th for our DNA Special Interest Group (DIG). This group works together to develop a better understanding of DNA techniques and strategies for finding relatives, discuss and review new DNA developments and tools and help members with their research problems. This group meets at the same time on the 3rd Thursday of the month.

Everyone from beginner to advanced is welcome!

For more information visit www.stillygen.org

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