Charlotte County,Florida,genealogy,family history,history,CGSI.org,non-profit,genealogical society,

Sept. 17, 2014 Workshop open to All

"SHARING SUCCESS / BRICKWALLS"
OUR ESTEEMED PANEL OF MEMBER GENEALOGIST’S
WILL BE ASKED TO SHARE THEIR STORIES.
 
• Years involved in genealogy
• Continuous or Stop & Start?
• Years as a member of CCGSI
• Primary software; FTM, Legacy, PAF, etc.
• Most liked feature – least liked?
• Primary search tool; Ancestry, Family Search, On-site Research, etc.
• Most liked feature – least liked?
• Brief overview of their main areas of research
• Names / Countries
• His/her proudest accomplishment in their genealogy experience
• His/her most difficult undertaking in a genealogy research activity
• Was it resolved? How?
• A humorous anecdote encouraged
• His/her significant accomplishment hoped for during the coming year
 
                Members and Guests Workshop Location                                
Port Charlotte Beach Park,
4500 Harbor Boulevard
Port Charlotte FL 33952
 
 

 
 
 
We invite you to join our Society or attend a meeting as a guest.
Please stop by the library and meet our volunteers who are there to
help you research your famiy history.
Mid-County Library
2050 Forrest Nelson Blvd.
· Port Charlotte, FL 33952
 
 
We have Genealogy reference books just waiting for you!
Visit our website often, and tell your friends about our group.
 
 

 
Charlotte County Genealogical Society Inc
 

 
A resource for finding the final resting place of family, friends, and famous individuals. With millions of names and photos, it is an invaluable tool for the genealogist and family history buff.
 
 

Upcoming Events
09/17/2014 - 1:30 pm
Member and Guest Monthly Workshop
Port Charlotte Beach Park
09/20/2014 - 9:30 am
Researching Your Italian Ancestors
South Building 1561 Lee Street; Meeting Rooms A & B
10/04/2014
“The Proof is in the Puzzle”
University of South Florida, Marshall Student Center


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