Sunday, August 31, 2008

Genealogy in London

Genealogy in London:
A workshop about searching for Londoners and other British ancestors

Saturday, November 8, 2008
North York Central Library Auditorium
5120 Yonge Street, Toronto
(North York Centre subway station)

For more information and to register...

“Genealogy in London”, acknowledges our many members with English roots. The presentations will be a blend of information about researching Londoners and using London research facilities covering a much broader swath of the UK. Whether your British ancestors lived in London or many miles away, London’s libraries and archives are rich sources for family history. You'll enjoy this relaxed, information-packed day about London’s records and record keepers—and the twists and turns of finding ancestors there.

A. London’s World of Genealogy
by Else Churchill, London, England, has been the Genealogy Officer of the Society of Genealogists since 1998.
B. Tracing Elusive Pre-1837 Marriages in England
byPhillip Dunn, Salt Lake City, Utah, is a Senior Consultant at the Family History Library, an heir-tracer and an Accredited Genealogist® in England and Scotland genealogical research.
C. The Time of Cholera
by Alison Hare, CG, Ottawa, is an award-winning genealogical lecturer and editor with more than 25 years of experience in family history research.
D. Question and Answer Panel

E. Tour of the North York’s Central Library Canadiana Department

F. I'm Stuck in London.
by Else Churchill, London, England
G. The Search for Alban Leaf
by Jane E. MacNamara, Toronto, is a long time member of the Ontario Genealogical Society, a founding director of the Friends of the Archives of Ontario, and a member of the Society of Genealogists (London).
Put on by the Toronto Branch of O.G.S.
For more information and to register...

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