Posts Tagged ‘mapping your ancestors’ footsteps’

FYI:3rd OGS Genealogy Webinar Now Archived in the Members Only Section

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

Kathyrn Hogan’s webinar, Mapping your Ancestor’s Footsteps, has now been archived in the Member’s Only section of the OGS Website.

Imagine walking a mile in your ancestors’ footsteps. Maps can help you do that. Discover why maps are important to family historians, explore different types of maps, and learn how to use maps in your family history, including Google Maps and Google Earth.

Kathryn Hogan, P.L.C.G.S is a graduate of the National Institute for Genealogical Studies. She has been helping others find their ancestors since 2007 when she opened her business Looking 4 Ancestors. She has spoken at Conferences and meetings in Canada and the United States covering family history topics that are useful to genealogists the world over. She is currently the OGS Webinar Coordinator.

Announcing Our Next Member’s Only Webinar: Mapping Your Ancestors’ Footsteps

Saturday, November 23rd, 2013

The next OGS Genealogy Webinar will be held on Thursday Dec. 5th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. with Speaker Kathryn Hogan.

Imagine walking a mile in your ancestors’ footsteps. Maps can help you do that. Discover why maps are important to family historians, explore different types of maps, and learn how to use maps in your family history, including Google Maps and Google Earth.

Kathryn Hogan, P.L.C.G.S is a graduate of the National Institute for Genealogical Studies. She has been helping others find their ancestors since 2007 when she opened her business Looking 4 Ancestors. She has spoken at Conferences and meetings in Canada and the United States covering family history topics that are useful to genealogists the world over. She is currently the OGS Webinar Coordinator.

This Webinar is available to all OGS members and will be hosted via Adobe Connect webcasting software. To sign up for this Webinar and receive connection information, please contact Brenda at Provincial Office provoffice@ogs.on.ca. Adobe Connect has a 100 attendee capacity so be sure to connect 20 minutes before the Webinar is scheduled to begin in order to secure your spot.