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  • "Family History From the Past Into the Future" – Westlake Family History Center

    Apr 26, 2014 - 08:30 AM - 2:00 PM
    Westlake Family History Center - Westlake OH 44145   (Directions)

    Join us for the
    11th Annual Family History Conference!

    Sessions will be presented on the hour beginning at 9:00 am.
    Each session lasts 50 minutes. The number of requests for a particular
    session may cause session schedule to change.

    Registration begins at 7:45am. Opening Remarks begin at 8:30am

    Download your conference sessions list here.

  • 53rd Annual OGS Conference

    Apr 30, 2014 - 09:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Kalahari Resort and Convention Center - Sandusky OH 44870   (Directions)

    Genealogical Expedition
    Wednesday, April 30 thru Saturday, May 3, 2014

    This year’s theme draws from the perspective of providing a unique and
    adventuresome experience for conference attendees to help them on
    their genealogical hunts. The three and a half day conference will offer
    innovative genealogical sessions and workshops presented by
    many nationally known speakers in the genealogical community.
    Join us for this one-of-a-kind experience!

    For more details & registration visit Genex2014.

  • "As It So Happened: The Naturalization of John J. Hanson" – CVGS

    May 5, 2014 - 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    Independence Civic Center – Willow Room - Independence OH 44131   (Directions)

    “As It So Happened: The Naturalization of John J. Hanson”

    A case study presented by our own Jane Gramlich

    As genealogists we know that research is full of all sorts of twists and turns,
    and so often we make many mistakes along the way. Jane’s case study takes
    us through a real, very messy research process which ultimately proved
    successful in finding and identifying an ancestor’s naturalization record.

    Holding master’s degrees in history and library science from Kent State University,
    Jane is a genealogy and local history librarian in the Special Collections Division
    for the Akron-Summit County Public Library. Additionally she has written three
    award-winning articles for the Ohio Genealogical Society publications.

  • "Virginia: The First Frontier" – NGS Family History Conference

    May 7, 2014 - 08:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    Greater Richmond Convention Center - Richmond, VA 23219   (Directions)

    The National Genealogical Society
    Family History Conference

    May 7 thru May 10, 2014

    Genealogists of all skill levels will meet here.
    The program features ten tracks per day covering a broad array of topics
    including records for Virginia and its neighboring states; migration into and
    out of the region; military records; state and federal records; ethnic groups including
    African Americans, Germans, Irish, and Ulster Scots; methodology; analysis and problem solving; and the use of technology including genetics, mobile devices,
    and apps useful in genealogical research.

    For detailed information about the conference events and registration visit
    2014 NGS Conference or download conference brochure

  • CCLG Annual Banquet and Induction Ceremony

    May 18, 2014 - 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM
    The Cleveland Yachting Club - Rocky River, OH   (Directions)

    Cuyahoga County Lineage Groups
    cordially invites you to attend the
    Tenth Annual Banquet and Induction Ceremony

    to be held at The Cleveland Yachting Club in Rocky River.

    Guest Speaker – Steve Korpos, Jr.
    Midwest Railroad Preservation Society

    Prepaid reservations required. $25/person.
    Must be received by May 5, 2014. Download Registration Form.

  • "Jewish Songwriters and their Immigrant Experience" – CVGS

    Jun 2, 2014 - 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
    Independence Civic Center – Willow Room - Independence OH 44131   (Directions)

    “Jewish Songwriters and their Immigrant Experience”

    Join us as we celebrate our 35th Anniversary
    with this very special presentation by Bill Rudman

    The creation of American musicals virtually belongs to Jewish-American
    composers and lyricists. From Berlin, Gershwin and Hammerstein, to Bernstein,
    Bock and Sondheim . . . hear the marvelous story of what they did and
    how they did it as Mr. Rudman translates his personal passion for the classical
    American song to open up the riches of our cultural heritage.

    In 2000 Bill Rudman formed the Cleveland-based nonprofit
    The Musical Theater Project” (TMTP), which produces educational programming
    for all ages and fosters a deeper appreciation and understanding of the American
    musical theater. One of TMTP’s most familiar works is the nationally syndicated
    radio program “Footlight Parade” which airs on Cleveland’s WCLV-FM.

    The celebration begins at 6PM with a potluck dinner and some very special memories.

  • "Using Deeds for Genealogical Research" – CVGS

    Sep 8, 2014 - 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    Independence Civic Center – Willow Room - Independence OH 44131   (Directions)

    Chris Staats presents
    “Using Deeds for Genealogical Research”

    Beyond researching birth, marriage and death records,
    we can find much valuable information for genealogical research in the
    property records of our ancestors. Chris will give us his insights
    on this topic to add another tool to our personal efforts.

    As a genealogical researcher, writer and presenter, Chris has written articles for
    ‘Family Tree’ magazine, Association of Professional Genealogists ‘Quarterly’ and others. He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists,
    a trustee-at-large of Ohio Genealogical Society as well as seminar chairperson
    for the Western Reserve Historical Society’s Genealogical Committee.