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Discovering Your Bluegrass Roots in Kentucky
Saturday, August 8 through Saturday, August 29
Discovering Your Bluegrass Roots in Kentucky  (Kentucky Events)
At Your Home on Your Computer
This webinar meets 8 times
All times are EDST
Price: 30.00 USD

The Kentucky Genealogical Society is pleased to present this webinar series throughout the month of August 2020.
 
Your registration includes access to all eight programs delivered virtually for the low price of $30 for the entire series. Attend them all or attend only the programs that interest you most. The choice is yours. We are keeping the registration pricing low so as many researchers as possible can access this series.
 
Current members can save $10 off the registration by using discount code MEMBER2020.
 
All program times listed are Eastern. To learn more about each speaker, click their name for biographical information.
 
1. Tracing Your Kentucky Roots with Peggy Lauritzen, 8 August, Noon to 1:30 p.m.;
 
2. Researching at the County and Local Level in Kentucky with Dave Schroeder, 12 August, 7-8:30 p.m.;
 
3. Using Maps in Genealogy with Katherine R. Willson, 13 August, 7-8:30 p.m.;
 
4. Kentucky Genealogy Brick Wall Brainstorm, 17 August, 7-8:30 p.m.;
 
5. Ten Things A Genealogist Should Do Before Leaving a Library or Archives in Kentucky with Melissa Barker, 20 August, 7-8:30 p.m.;
 
6. LGBTQ Genealogy with Stewart Traiman, 22 August, 1-2:30 p.m.;
 
7. Discovering African Americans in Kentucky Records Prior to 1870 with Cynthia Maharrey, 27 August, 7-8:30 p.m.;
 
8. Strategies to Analyze Endogamous DNA with Alec Ferretti, 29 August, 1-2:30 p.m.
 
REGISTER at kygs.org


A Summer of DNA Virtual Conference
Saturday, August 15
A Summer of DNA Virtual Conference  (National Events)
9:30 am
 
Difficult genealogy questions require the patience for and the use of strategies and tools made especially for inquiring minds. Once you have your DNA match results, discover how you can make the most of the information to move closer to finding the answers to your most challenging family tree questions.
 
Start off with an understanding of how to use DNA test results to investigate unknown parentage. Researchers tackling biological relatives for adoptees, uncertain paternity when genealogical documents dry up, or discover a surprising test result, benefit from proven methods to overcome difficult obstacles.
 
From there, a variety of tools can increase your chances of finding the most sought after answers for relationships on your family tree. Genetic Affairs has tools to help cluster DNA matches to reveal patterns of relationships. Borland Genetics tools help researchers reconstruct the DNA of their ancestors, allowing them to find even more matches and paths to common ancestors. GEDMatch, has a suite of tools that conduct powerful analysis with a few keystrokes if a genealogist is patient enough to try.
 
While these techniques and tools seem overwhelming, four genetic genealogists help simplify the research process in this online genetic genealogy conference. See and interact with these genealogy experts throughout the event, during their live sessions, during breaks, and via a final “Ask Us Anything” Q&A Panel Discussion. Explore your DNA with confidence, using the best tips and tricks from these experienced genealogists.
 
The learning begins:
 
LIVE WEBINARS Saturday, 15 August 2020
Begins 8:30 am Central
Replays available from 16 August - 15 September 2020
 
TOPICS & PRESENTERS
● Mathematically Reconstruct DNA kits for Your Ancestors - Kevin Borland with Borland Genetics
● DNA Methodology for Unknown Parentage Research - Debra Renard with Legacy Tree Genealogists.
● Clustering your DNA matches using Genetic Affair - E J Blom with Genetic Affairs
● An Introduction to GEDmatch Tier 1 Tools - Andrew Lee with Family History Fanatics
 
PRICING
Take advantage of early bird pricing, $19.99, until August 4th. Conference fees return to the regular price of $24.99 thereafter. You MUST register by August 14th to watch the eConference and obtain the handouts.
 
To learn more and register visit, https://www.familyhistoryfanatics.com/summerdna 



FGS Fall Conference
Wednesday, September 2 through Tuesday, September 15
FGS Fall Conference  (National Events)
11:00 am to 7:00 pm
At Your Home on Your Computer

 

FGS 2020 Conference

 
 

You won’t want to miss the final FGS Conference virtual-style! We have a variety of learning sessions to meet every genealogist’s needs. We have so many topics—including DNA, Ethnicity & Nationality, Methodology & Skill-building and so much more! And of course, we have your favorite speakers that you love learning from!

How does it work?

First, join us on September 2 for Live! sessions that include CeCe Moore, Thomas W. Jones, Ari Wilkins, Judy G. Russell, and Lisa Louise Cooke. We’ll also have special presentations and hear the latest from Ancestry and FamilySearch. Participate in a live chat with genealogists from around the world!

You will also have the opportunity to select the right-sized package for your viewing pleasure from our On-Demand content that contains over 80 sessions, PLUS you will receive more than 30 sponsored sessions and a collection of 15 society management sessions for FREE. And, just in case you miss the Live! Session, you will have the opportunity to view it together with the On-Demand content, which will be available starting September 15 and will be available for your viewing until March 15, 2021.

For all the information about the conference and registration click on the link below.

https://fgs.org/annual-conference/

 


OGS Virtual Retreat Rustic Pathways
Friday, September 11 through Saturday, September 12
OGS Virtual Retreat Rustic Pathways  (Louisville Events)
2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
At Your Home on Your Computer
The 2021 Fall Retreat will be held virtually to help keep everyone safe.
Sessions will be live and interactive using BlueJeans meeting rooms.
Sessions are scheduled to be 90 minutes each with a 30 minute break in between sessions.
On Saturday there will be an extended break for lunch.
Registration is $100.00 for an OGS member and $115 for a non-member of OGS.
This includes your syllabus.
 
Form more information click on the following link:
 
To register Online click on the link below:
 
 


Kentuckiana Family Research Conference 2020
Saturday, September 19
Kentuckiana Family Research Conference 2020  (Louisville Events)
8:30 am to 3:00 pm
1000 South Hurstbourne Parkway Hurstbourne, KY 40222
Registration is Closed due to Covid-19
The LDS Church is hosting the Kentuckiana Family Research Conference and
Deborah Campisano will be one of the speakers. 
The conference is free but if attendees want lunch and a syllabus
there is a charge for these.
 
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Maryland to Kentucky Conference
Friday, June 4, 2021 through Saturday, June 5, 2021
Maryland to Kentucky Conference  (National Events)
Samuels Hall, Nelson Co. Fairgrounds, 2389 New Haven Rd., Bardstown, KY 40004
Postponed until June 4-5 2021
 
Information to be posted online at