Date(s) - Sat Oct 13, 2018
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
2018 LCGS CONFERENCE FOR A CAUSE
THOMAS W. JONES
Dr. Jones, co-editor of NGSQ since 2002 and past APG board member, BCG trustee, and president, teaches at BU, IGHR, and SLIG. With over forty years of research and teaching experience, he frequently lectures, teaches, and writes about genealogical methodology. His interests include “blocked” lineages and genealogical problem solving.
Finding “Unfindable” Ancestors
The failure of common research practices to identify ancestors does not mean they are unfindable. This session will describe and demonstrate nine approaches to locating difficult- to- trace ancestors
Systematically Using Autosomal DNA Test Results to Help Break Through Genealogical Brick Wall
A case study set in the early 1800s demonstrates methodology for using autosomal DNA test results to help solve longstanding genealogical problems.
What is the Standard of Proof in Genealogy?
The presentation will explain the Genealogical Proof Standard, its five elements, and how each contributes to convincing proof. Examples will demonstrate the standard’s application to simple and complex situations that genealogists frequently encounter. It will answer the question, “How much evidence is enough for proof?”
Maximizing Your Use of Evidence
Lunch will be on your own. There is the very nice MCR Cafeteria just across the hall from the Conference Center. Here you can purchase food or take in your own bag lunch. You will also have time to head over to one of the many close by, fast food restaurants.
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