The following was written by the Genealogical Society of New Jersey:
The Genealogical Society of New Jersey is pleased to announce their 2022 Spring Conference Jerseyology to be held on Saturday, 4 June 2022. This year’s event will be virtual, and all presentations will be recorded and available to pre-registered attendees only for viewing until 4 July 2022.
Join us for a fun-filled day from the comfort of your own home where you can learn more about Jewish research, land records, using social history for our female ancestors, records in the State Library’s Collection, how to use the federal census, a refresher on citations and exciting case studies.
Finding a Father for Elizabeth; High Hopes & Shattered Dreams by Mary Szaro, CG®
Exactly the Same—Totally Different: An Introduction to Jewish Research by Roger Lustig
New Jersey’s Legal Treasures: The State Library’s Collections by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG®, CGLSM
Discovering Your Family’s Story Through the U.S. Census by Daniel Horowitz
Good Deeds: Lessons from the Land by Joe Grabas, MA, CTP, NTP
Cite That Source When You Find It by Chris Tracy
Murder in Woodbridge: The Untold Story of a 3rd Great-Grandfather’s Untimely Demise in Civil War Era New Jersey by Mark A.J. Szep
Using Social History and Underused Records to Tell Our Female Ancestors’ Stories by Pam Vestal
Registration: GSNJ Members: $45; Non-Members: $60; Register and Join GSNJ: $85 [Savings of $15 over purchasing a Non-Member registration ($60) and a Membership ($40)]
Online Registration: https://www.gsnj.org/gsnj-2022-spring-conference/