Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Durham Branch June 6th Meeting - Four Proven Strategies for Overcoming Research Obstacles - Janice Nickerson

Four Proven Strategies for Overcoming Research Obstacles – Janice Nickerson, M.A., U.E.

Are you stuck? Have you tried everything to solve your genealogical puzzle? Professional genealogist Janice Nickerson will share 4 proven strategies she uses every day to overcome her clients’ research obstacles. These strategies apply to any family history problem, whether you’re seeking living relatives or long-dead ancestors, in Whitby or Wuhan.

Professional genealogist Janice Nickerson loves a good challenge – whether it's identifying elusive ancestors, tracking disappearing descendants or telling richer family stories. Her specialties include early Ontario research, criminal justice records and fur trade history. 

Janice’s website is http://www.uppercanadagenealogy.com/

This will be a hybrid meeting – both in-person and via Zoom - Tuesday, June 6th @ 7:30 pm. 

In-person will be in our library on the upper floor at Northminster United Church, 676 Simcoe St. N., Oshawa, ON (NW corner of Simcoe Street North and Rossland Road West). Parking can be limited. 

Those requiring use of the lift need to arrange 1 day ahead of time to durhamchair@ogs.on.ca

On-line will be via Zoom – please pre-register for the event at the following link: 


Everyone is welcome!

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