Is it possible that your ancestors were in Canada at some point during their lives? Find out on April 8, where Kathryn Lake Hogan will share some tips in her presentation Using Canadian Records to Find Your Midwestern Ancestor.
Date: Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 8:00 pm Central
Description: Have you hit a brick wall in your research? Maybe your ancestor was in Canada. Discover reasons why your Midwestern ancestors may have been in Canada, and where to find the records. A variety Canadian record sources and websites will be presented.
Presenter: Kathryn Lake Hogan, PLCGS, UE
Kathryn Lake Hogan is the professional genealogist, author and educator behind LOOKING4ANCESTORS, the genealogy research and speaking business she started in 2007. A graduate of the National Institute of Genealogical Studies where she studied Canadian and English genealogy, Kathryn has earned the Professional Learning Certificate in Genealogical Studies. She has completed the ProGen Study Group, and has attended the Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research annually since 2011. Starting with her own family history research 15 years ago, Kathryn has not only made genealogy her passion, she has also dedicated herself to helping others discover the joys of family history and how to locate their own ancestors.
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