Researching Your Family Ancestry

Friday, February 21, 2014, at 7:00 p.m.

For the February program, we will have an expert on genealogy, Will White, who will have an exciting presentation on how members can easily write a narrative on their family ancestry. He will provide examples of narratives that members can use in researching their genealogy. The February Program will be a lead-in to the March Program, led by Deb McConaghy..."Who Do You Think You Are"

Presenter bio:

Willis H. White, CG, is founder and coordinator of the Family History Writing Group of the Fairfax Genealogical Society. Continually promoting more interesting genealogical narratives, White won the 2002 National Genealogical Society Family History Writing Contest for his story, “A Tuthill Family Success.” His book, The Tillotson Family, Long Island Cordwood, and the Decline of East Coast Sail won the 2011 American Society of Genealogist’s  Donald Lines Jacobus Award of Excellence.  White’s primary research interest is Long Island, New York.

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