Meetings

Quality, Time and Completion: Developing a Research Plan (FGS Meeting)

John F. Germany Public Library 900 N. Ashley Dr., Tampa

This workshop will focus on the effort to balance time, quality and completion of a research project. The first segment will look at the process from research concept to logistics including the conflicting issues between the researcher and the client. This will include the movement from basic data collection, evaluation and analysis to the development ...

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Getting the Most Out of the FamilySearch Wiki (FGS Meeting)

John F. Germany Public Library 900 N. Ashley Dr., Tampa

The FamilySearch Wiki is a free tool for finding information about localities, record types, research topics, repositories, and research methodology. It is filled with “How to” guides to help you when using online records, records in foreign languages, records about specific countries, and tips, techniques, and methodologies. Join me to unlock the secrets of the FamilySearch Wiki.

“Who Lived Next Door?” Using the FAN Club in Your Research (FGS Meeting)

John F. Germany Public Library 900 N. Ashley Dr., Tampa

By researching our ancestors’ Friends, Associates and Neighbors (their “FAN club”) we can learn a lot more about their lives and break down brick walls that we may have been working on for quite some time. In this lecture, Cari Taplin will explain the FAN club principle or cluster genealogy, as set forth by Elizabeth ...

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Reserved (FGS Meeting)

John F. Germany Public Library 900 N. Ashley Dr., Tampa

Holding for this date open for now with the hope of having an in person meeting.

Reserved (FGS Meeting)

John F. Germany Public Library 900 N. Ashley Dr., Tampa

Holding for this date open for now with the hope of having an in person meeting.

Researching Military Records at the National Archives (FGS Meeting)

John F. Germany Public Library 900 N. Ashley Dr., Tampa

The National Archives and Records Repository System has a plethora of records relating to veterans and their military service. Whether you are researching records at the National Archives in Washington D.C., the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, or regional archives, Tina has boots-on-the- ground experience in each location and offers tips and tricks for getting ...

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