Have you ever wondered if it’s time to hire a professional genealogist? What can a professional do that you can’t? You might be surprised to find the answer at our next meeting on Saturday, September 15, 2018. Diana Elder, AG, will be speaking to us from Utah on When to Hire
PCGS is proud to announce the debut of our Genetic Genealogy in Practice Study Group. This is a members-only group established to study the Genetic Genealogy in Practice workbook by Blaine T. Bettinger and Debbie Parker Wayne. Our facilitators will guide us through the workbook in seven monthly lessons. Participants will
PCGS Members are invited to take a private tour of the Tucson Family History Center on Monday, October 15, 2018. There is no charge for the tour but it is limited to 20 attendees. There will be two tour times: the first is from 1-3 pm and the second from
Howard Mathieson will be speaking to us on Saturday, March 17, about The Geography of English Surnames. The development of surnames in the British Isles was a complex process. Historically, successive waves of Angles, Saxons and Danes left their imprint on the landscape of England in the form of a rich tapestry
FamilySearch made the following news announcement this morning: Salt Lake City, UT, February 13, 2018 Popular RootsTech 2018 Announces Free Online Broadcast Schedule Mark your calendars! RootsTech, the world’s largest family history and technology conference, happening February 28 to March 3, 2018, announced its live online streaming schedule. It will broadcast 19
Welcome to our new home! We are very excited to have our online news residing on our own domain.