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Google My Maps
Tuesday, February 27
Google My Maps  (Workshop)
1:00 pm
Zoom Presentation at home on your computer.

Presented by Tamara Hallo


Learn how to create a layered digital map of your family's residences to help visualize their proximity to each other and to track their migration patterns throughout time.


Tamara Hallo, MLS

Educator, Librarian, and Genealogist with professional experience in Lecturing, researching, document retrieval, and evidence analysis.


I embarked on my journey to become a professional genealogist more than 15 years ago after finding a binder full of family history that was given to my mom by her great-aunt. I was immediately hooked and picked up researching where she left off. Throughout the years, I have focused on discovering and sharing the stories of my ancestors, all the while realizing that I am the person I am today because of their stories…their trials, tribulations, happiness, resilience, determination, and strength. Researching their lives has led to discovering my roots in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Maryland, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Canada, England, Scotland, and Sweden.


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“Keeping A Large Family Connected”
Tuesday, March 12
“Keeping A Large Family Connected”  (Program)
1:00 pm
In Person - at the corner of 1000 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy and Linn Station Rd.
Presented by: Joan and John Retelle
Joan took on the challenge of keeping her family’s information updated over the past 30 years.  Her document, Kremer Family Fact File, is a valuable tool that is used by all family members.
She will describe the format for this work so that others might use it.

Windows 11 Tools for Genealogists
Tuesday, March 26
Windows 11 Tools for Genealogists  (Workshop)
1:00 pm
In Person 1000 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy
Presented by:  Howard Roberson
This will be an in-person workshop so bring your windows computing device and learn hands on.
This workshop is an updated use of Windows 11 tools for genealogists. Hopefully this will help you improve your use of windows 11 tools to help you organize your family history. This will only use Windows 11 and Microsoft products.
Howard is a technologist and has been teaching windows tools since his teaching days and is now helping seniors with their computers and computer skills. He is also the Louisville Genealogical Society's webmaster for

Military - Show and Tell
Tuesday, April 23
Military - Show and Tell  (Workshop)
1:00 pm
In-Person 1000 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy Louisville KY
Do you have an ancestor who fought in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the American Civil War, or WWII? Share the story of an artifact, photo, or document of an ancestor who was engaged in any American conflict, or come and attend and enjoy the stories behind the artifacts.
If you plan to share an artifact, photo, or document please keep your story to FIVE minutes and email Nancy Roberson at so she can create a list of presenters.

Family History Spring Seminar
Saturday, April 27
Family History Spring Seminar  (Program)
9:45 am to 12:45 pm
Zoom at Home on your Computer
Family History Spring Seminar

­Saturday, April 27, 2024

Analyze Your DNA Matches and
Organize Your Research

Members $15.00 – Non-Members $20

Half Day Seminar 9:45 AM – 12:45 PM EDT
         Seminar Lectures  
     (Download Details on LGS Website)
 Seminar will be recorded
   DNA-Unknown to Known Match
Getting Organized: Using Technology
   and Research Reports
Kelli Bergheimer
Writer, Teacher, Editor and     
International Genealogy  Speaker
 DNA Specialist
  Genealogical Organization
  Deadline:  April 24, 2024
Kelli Bergheimer is a writer, teacher, editor, and international genealogical speaker. Kelli holds a Bachelor’s in Biology, a Master’s in Education: Curriculum and Instruction, and a Master’s in Business Management.
Kelli is the Director of Curriculum and Assessments for Blue Kayak, a K-12 textbook company. She also works as the Director of Education for Your DNA Guide. Kelli runs a small business—Mess on the Desk, a genealogical organization company with a YouTube channel. Kelli is the facilitator for Genetics, Genealogy, and You, an online DNA Interest Group.
Kelli is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and the Genealogical Speaker's Guild.

Introducing American Ancestors
Tuesday, May 28
Introducing American Ancestors  (Workshop)
1:00 pm
Zoom At Your Home on Your Computer
Presented by Rhonda R. McClure
Introducing American Ancestors
This workshop introduces the viewer to American Ancestors - New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) - who we are, what we do, and how we can help you. With a focus on what is available to virtual viewers, this program talks about navigating our website, exploring our databases, finding subject guides, research templates and more. Our online accessible collections cover a wide range of genealogical records for the 17th to 21st century and span geographic locations from New England, the rest of the United States, as well as Canada and Europe. Our services include online courses, AncesTrees-our tree platform, online chat as well as Research for hire. Join this program to learn how American Ancestors can help you accomplish your genealogic goals.
Rhonda R. McClure, Senior Genealogist
Rhonda is a nationally recognized professional genealogist and lecturer. Before joining American Ancestors/NEHGS in 2006, she ran her own genealogical business for 18 years. She was a contributing editor for Heritage Quest Magazine, Biography Magazine and was a contributor to The History Channel Magazine and American History Magazine. In addition to numerous articles, she is the author of twelve books including the award-winning The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Genealogy, Finding your Famous and Infamous Ancestors, and Digitizing Your Family History. She is also the editor of the recently released 6th edition of the Genealogist's Handbook for New England Research. Her areas of expertise include: immigration and naturalization, late 19th and early 20th century urban research, New England, Mid-West, Southern, German, Italian, Scottish, Irish, French Canadian, and New Brunswick research.