About our next meeting.

The Eastside Genealogical Society will meet on Thursday, Feb 8, 2018 at 7 pm, with doors opening at 6:30 pm for networking.  The location will be determined by the status of the construction at the Bellevue Regional Library.  So check our website,https://eastsidegenealogicalsociety.com/, for more details.

Topic: “What I Wish I Had Known . . .” – This session is an interactive exchange of ideas, experience and recommendation by society members. The audience will share their experiences and  lessons learned in researching their ancestors, citing their sources, the importance of locating original documentation, the confusion with multiple marriages, the importance of location, the need for continuous learning, researching extended family, the importance of law, the importance of technology and public or private sharing of our efforts  Come learn from experienced genealogists sharing their adventures.

Speaker: Janet O’Conor Camarata is active in the South King County Genealogical Society as Technology User Group leader and publicity chairman and in the Eastside Genealogical Society as presenter and program chairman of the German Interest Group. She is also an instructor in a six-week course in genealogy and technology at Pierce College. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and a graduate of the University of Washington Genealogy and Family History program.  She is an experienced instructor who taught at the University of Phoenix and in The Boeing Company.

Also see our website for FREE genealogical help and other Special Interest Group meetings. Visitors are always welcome at all meetings.  https://eastsidegenealogicalsociety.com/

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