Have you ever sat in a room with a large group of strangers, or near-strangers, and wondered if you were related to any of them? Our next meeting is all about finding out if you are related. Our featured lectures feature Amy Urman and Joey Caccarozzo, speaking to us about using
Moreen Ferdie is presenting her popular lecture Extra! Extra! Read All About It! The Ins and Outs of Newspaper Research at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 3, at the Tucson Family History Center on 500 S. Langley. There is no registration for this class and attendance is free and open to
Did you miss Saturday’s seminar with CeCe Moore? Were you there and you would like to re-live some moments? Read the Spring 2018 issue of The PCGS Researcher for photos and articles about the event. Our quarterly newsletter will be released to Society members this week. Not a member? It’s easy
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
Our venue is adding a few more tables for our Seminar featuring CeCe Moore. Please visit https://azpimagensoc.org/store.php?sid=1 to register. If you are a member of PCGS please make sure to log in our site prior to your purchase to get the discounted pricing. We are no longer accepting mail in registration due
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
Lake Havasu Genealogical Society is hosting an eConference Moments of Their Lives March 24th at 8:30am Mountain Time. 25% of the ticket cost goes directly to Lake Havasu Genealogical Society to further their mission. Speakers will be Melissa Barker, Diane L. Richard, Lisa Toth Salinas, and Michael L. Strauss. Participants
Come join us next Saturday, February 17, for Why Do So Many Americans Have German Ancestors? presented by Steve L. Packer of Mesa, Arizona. Steve’s presentation on German research covers the historical area of the Holy Roman Empire and the Prussian Empire which covers most of the area of Western and
All day seminar featuring CeCe Moore in Tucson on March 10, 2018.
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