Speakers Handouts
Speakers at Lee County Genealogical Society meetings presented the following compilation
of handouts and other information.
 
All notes are the property of the speaker and are for personal research use only. 
Commercial reproduction and/or distribution is prohibited.
 
Year
Speaker
Program
     
2016
Donna Moughty
Seeking Your Ancestors: Before and After the Famine
Permission to post for 30 days by Donna Moughty.
Available until 16  April 2016. Removed 17 April 2016.
     
2015
   
20 June 2015
Debra S. Fleming,
The Ancestry Detective
 
21 May 2015
Werner Ropers
   
   
 
   
2014
   
13 September 
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
including Mocavo and Old Fulton Post Cards
21 August
Jody Riddick
 
   
2013
   
14 September
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
   
20 June
Dr. Ted Childress, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of History
16 May
Joanne Daerr Ryder
11 May
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
 
   
2012
   
17 May
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
15 March
LCGS Program Committee
16 February
Dick Eastman
To view Dick Eastman's slide show click here.
19 January
Dr. Ted Childress, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of History
 
found in the Lee County Florida Library System prepared by the
LCGS Program Committee.
     
2011
   
12 November
Judy Bishara
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
Carole Troup
Family Tree Maker 2012 - RootsMagic4 - The Master Genealogist
10 September
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
16 June
David T. Childress, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of History
How Did Our Ancestors Come to America?
19 May
David T. Childress, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of History
How Did Our Ancestors Come to America?
14 May
Carolyn Ford
17 March
Kim V. Garvey, M.I.L.S.
We Are All Atlanticists Now
Immigration & the Atlantic World Model
     
2010
   
17 June
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
That's Entertainment!
Silent Movie Stars
20 May
Neil Smith
Historical Events that Impacted our Ancestors'
Lives and the Records They Generated
Women Activists
21 January
Judy Bishara
World War I and Immigration
World War I Era Records
     
2009
   
14 November
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
18 June
Joanne Daerr Ryder
19 February
Carolyn Ford
Conversations with Carolyn
"If I Had Known Then What I Know Now"
     
2008
   
16 October
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
18 September
Carolyn Ford
13 September
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
Preserving Family Archives:
Organizing Your Research Materials
Using Favorites for Internet Explorer 7 for Windows Home and XP
19 June
Dr. Eric Strahorn
Oral History
Oral History and Local History Bibliography
Oral History Association -

established in 1966 to bring together all individuals interested
in oral history as a way of collecting human memories.
U.S. Army Guide to Oral History by Stephen J. Lofgren
     
2007
   
10 November
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
18 October
 Ken Sonne, Jr.
 17 May
 Carol Rooksby Weidlich
Church Records
Part 1 - The Challenge of Church Records
Part 2 - The Challenge of Church Records -

Definitions, Books, and Websites
Part 3 - The Challenge of Church Records - Denominational Archives and Repositories
19 April
Susan Snow
In the Law and in Genealogy
Some Evidence is Better Than Others
     
2006
   
11 November
Rita Rawlins
Records Created by Immigration: 
The Minor Ports    
9 September
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
Entering Immigration Data into Your Computer Software Program: 
~ Family Tree Maker ~ PAF ~ The Master Genealogist
Now what do I do with all this information?
19 January
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
Timelines as a Tool to Discover Your Ancestor
Timeline Web Sites
 
Bryan Mulcahy
     
2005
   
10 September
Bob Batty
Carolyn Ford
12 March
Carol Rooksby Weidlich
Internet Genealogy: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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