They're Alive - Searching for Living People

When: Saturday, November 5, 1:30 pm
Where: Chicago Genealogical Society, Newberry Library, 60 W. Walton St., Chicago
Who: Thomas MacEntee
More information: Chicago Genealogical Society

Genealogists have many reasons to locate living relatives from connecting with long-lost cousins to performing collateral searches. Learn the most effective ways to find living people using Internet search engines and resources. At this program, you’ll learn not only why it is important to locate living relatives, but also how to leverage the power of the Internet to make certain you have the correct contact information.

Thomas is a National Genealogy Speaker who has lectured at the FGS National Conferences, Southern California Jamborees, and many more. He is on the Boards of Federation of Genealogical Societies and Illinois State Genealogical Society.

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