Date: Tuesday, July 14, 2015, 8:00 pm Central
Description: Obituaries are miniature biographies for the deceased. The writers were compelled to compress as much information into a small amount of text. Your job is to carefully analyze the content of the death notice, obituary, and/or funeral notice and look for clues. This seminar presents a methodology for dissecting an obituary, determining what information is provided or inferred, identifying record types that may be available, where those records are located, and how to access them. A sample obituary is dissected and discussed.
Presenter: George G. Morgan
George G. Morgan is president of Aha! Seminars, Inc., and an internationally recognized genealogy expert who presents around the world.
George is the prolific author of hundreds of articles for magazines, journals, newsletters, in genealogical publications, and at online sites internationally. His twelfth book, the fourth edition How to Do Everything: Genealogy, will be released in January 2015. He and Drew Smith also co-authored a book, Advanced Genealogy Research Techniques, which is a bestseller in the genealogical community.
He co-hosts The Genealogy GuysSM Podcast, the longest running genealogical podcast, with thousands of listeners around the globe.
Recording and Handout Available to ISGS Members: For ISGS members who cannot attend the live webinar on July 14th, a recording of the webinar, along with the handout, will be made available in the Members Section of the ISGS website at http://ilgensoc.org/members.php. If you're not already a member of ISGS, visit Join ISGS! at http://ilgensoc.org/cpage.php?pt=8 for more information.
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