The 16th annual workshop of the Lake County Illinois Genealogical Society is on Saturday, November 8th. This year, the workshop has two excellent, nationally-known speakers: Thomas W. Jones, PhD, CG, CGL and David McDonald, CG. Both are Certified Genealogists, and Tom is also a Certified Genealogical Lecturer.
Tom Jones is recognized as an expert on genealogical research methodology. He will be speaking on a variety of topics, including “How to Avoid Being Duped by the Internet” and “Organizing Evidence to Overcome Record Shortages.”
Dave’s talks include “A Flatlander’s Genealogical Guide to the South” and practical guides to researching in Madison, WI and Springfield, IL. Dave is an Illinois native who now lives near Madison. He has more than 30 years’ research experience, focusing mainly on the Upper Midwest, New England and the United Kingdom.
I have heard both speakers many times, speaking on a variety of topics, and I highly recommend both of them.
For additional information about the speakers, the topics, the location and the lunches, see the genealogy society’s website at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~illcgs/workshops.htm .
A registration brochure is available for download from the site. An early-registration discount applies to forms postmarked by October 15th. I hope you can attend!
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