Wednesday, October 7, 2015

CHULA VISTA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY FALL SEMINAR--SIGN UP NOW





CHULA VISTA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY FALL SEMINAR

              Saturday, November 7, 2015 (9 AM to 3 PM) 


                  "OVER THE POND"


 Judith Brooks: 

High Road or Low Road - How and Why the Scots Migrated 

This talk is basically a "big picture" history of the Scots and why they left Scotland starting in the 13th century through 19th and 20th centuries. They migrated all around the world and this talk will present how and why they landed in fifteen or more countries by country. 

Using Ancestral Religious Migratory Patterns to find Church Records to Further Your Research 
This presentation covers the major Christian Religions in the early years, their history, where the majority migrated to in America and why. It recommends steps to locating potential churches based on these patterns. 
Judith Brooks is a long time researcher and member of the APG. Detailed data found: 
https://www.apgen.org/directory/search_detail.html?mbr_id=4196 



 Toni Perrone: 

Italian Research, Traditions, and Customs 

Call it culture, call it tradition. How much do you really know about your family. This lecture will assist you in finding the resources to complete a genealogy report on your family. 
Marriage and Inheritance Customs in Germany--Archive Records 
The value of heritage & inheritance is very strong, marriage contracts negotiated, and are usually based on Partible Inheritance --- This being discussed in depth. 
Toni Perrone is a founding member of the Immigrant Library in Los Angeles, CA. She has 
 been a speaker since 1981. She received numerous awards from genealogical groups. 


BONITA GOLF COURSE, 9 AM TO 3 PM, LUNCH INCLUDED, PRIZES, ETC. 
5540 Sweetwater Rd., Bonita, CA 92902 

MEMBERS $45 AND NON MEMBERS $50. 
PLEASE CHECK OUR WEB PAGE TO SIGN UP AND FOR MORE INFORMATION 

                                              www.cvgenealogy.org 

                                   or SusiCP@cox.net or Irishdoll@cox.net 

                             Our ancestors came ACROSS the pond to come here. 
                             We are going OVER the pond to research their history. 

OUR MAJOR SCHOLARSHIP FUND RAISER FOR THE YEAR. 



No comments:

Post a Comment