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Program: Getting the Details Right by Ed Storey

Our May 20 program begins at 6:30 pm. Visitors (not LCGS members) need to register below to receive the Zoom info and handout.
Registration closes by 6 pm on Wednesday, May 19th!

Program Information
President Glenn York provides a brief overview of our society with the latest committee reports followed by tonight’s topic on Getting the Details Right.

Everyone has seen (or made) errors in family trees.  It is not easy to sort out the right details from the many questionable pieces of information.  The real purpose of the presentation is to help people be accurate with their trees.  It includes examples of how records can lead the investigator astray as well as clues to watch for that can alert the researcher to be extra careful.

Speaker Profile

Ed Storey

Ed Storey grew up in Rochester, where he worked for General Motors, as an engineer.  He also lived in El Paso and Beijing before moving to Colorado with his wife, Nancy.  Storey writes regularly for Genealogy magazines like Your Genealogy Today and Internet Genealogy.  His ancestors seem to have come from England and Germany, with a time in India. Storey’s specialty is showing how to find copies of records for ancestors.  He still has mysteries in his tree that he is trying to sort out.

Visitors need to register below to receive the Zoom info and handout. Registration closes by 6 pm on Wednesday, May 19th!

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