28 January 2011

Trilby FL Homecoming Picnic! Saturday, March 19 ...

Everyday Genealogy: Trilby FL Homecoming Picnic! Saturday, March 19 ...: "Greetings to Trilby neighbors and friends from Scott Black Make plans now to be with us again in Trilby on March 19 2011 for the Trilby Ho..."

27 January 2011

Stringing Documents Together

Technology Tamers: Stringing Documents Together: "After a presentation at the Englewood Genealogical Society today, two people asked me about adding text from other files. Both of these peop..."

26 January 2011

Tall Tales, Grandpa Johnson and Researching Your M...

Everyday Genealogy: Tall Tales, Grandpa Johnson and Researching Your M...: "We all grow up with family stories that have been handed down from generation to generation. While I always knew that some were probably emb..."

24 January 2011

Football Memories and Me

Pack Peddler's Place: Football Memories and Me: "The endless talk last weekend about the Green Bay Packers playing the Chicago Bears made me think. Was my dad a Green Bay or a Bears fan? ..."

21 January 2011

Tips on Tracking the Infamous Members of Your Fami...

Everyday Genealogy: Tips on Tracking the Infamous Members of Your Fami...: "Do you have an ancestors that may have had a colorful past? Are there some family stories that just do not make sense? I have always found ..."

16 January 2011

Blogging - Here, There and Everywhere

Pack Peddler's Place: Blogging - Here, There and Everywhere: "Blogging... I never gave it a lot of thought. A friend of mine, Sue, once said she was going to become a professional blogger. I will admit ..."

07 January 2011

Genealogy and the Younger Generation

Everyday Genealogy: Genealogy and the Younger Generation: "People are always asking how to get the 'next' generation interested in genealogy. The trick, I think, is not to get them interested in gene..."

03 January 2011

January 8, 2011 Monthly Meeting-Sharon Tate Moody, Guest Speaker

The meeting starts at 10 a.m. and is open to anyone interested in genealogy at the Latter Day Saints church midway on Fort King Road midway between Dade City and Zephyrhills. This month is a very special guest, Sharon Tate Moody. She is a nationally known genealogy speaker. Sharon's presentation is "Speaking From the Grave".
There will be refreshments served at the midpoint of the meeting. The meeting lasts until noon.

Here is a little information about Sharon and some of her accomplishments:
Sharon is a retired law enforcement officer who brings a unique perspective to finding
evidence, proving relationships, and applying the law to solve research problems. Her
contributions to the genealogical community are extensive, including serving as
President of the Georgia Genealogical Society, and founding Trustee of the Friends of
the Georgia Archives. She is well known for her informative presentations at national
and state conferences and for her popular weekly column, “Heritage Hunting,” in the
Tampa, Florida, Tribune. Sharon is an alumnus of the Samford University Institute of
Genealogical Research (IGHR) and the national Institute of Genealogical Research
(NIGR).