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 Date: November 28, 2017

"Pointing Fingers at Ancestors' Siblings - Breaking Down Brick Walls with Collateral Researchr"

Speaker:  Marian Pierre-Louis

Your brick wall is giving you countless headaches and troubles. Perhaps it's time to take a fresh look at different people in your family tree. In this presentation we will discuss doing in-depth research on cousins and siblings in order to remove genealogy obstacles.

Marian Pierre-Louis, a native of Connecticut, grew up in a picturesque colonial town surrounded by historic houses and an ancient burial ground.  During her childhood she was nurtured in the ways of genealogy by a mother who had spent a better part of every Saturday at the Connecticut State Library. A poster calendar on the kitchen wall recorded five generations of ancestors’ birthdays for every day celebration.

Now Marian is a House Historian and Genealogical Lecturer who specializes in southern New England (CT, RI, MA) research. She frequently speaks on New England topics including house history research, social media, and a broad range of genealogical topics. Once a month you'll find her as the host of the evening webinar series for Legacy Family Tree webinars.

 

  • Pointing Fingers at Ancestors' Siblings - Breaking Down Brick Walls with Collateral Research
  • No Meeting in December

 

 Date: November 28, 2017

"Pointing Fingers at Ancestors' Siblings - Breaking Down Brick Walls with Collateral Researchr"

Speaker:  Marian Pierre-Louis

Your brick wall is giving you countless headaches and troubles. Perhaps it's time to take a fresh look at different people in your family tree. In this presentation we will discuss doing in-depth research on cousins and siblings in order to remove genealogy obstacles.

Marian Pierre-Louis, a native of Connecticut, grew up in a picturesque colonial town surrounded by historic houses and an ancient burial ground.  During her childhood she was nurtured in the ways of genealogy by a mother who had spent a better part of every Saturday at the Connecticut State Library. A poster calendar on the kitchen wall recorded five generations of ancestors’ birthdays for every day celebration.

Now Marian is a House Historian and Genealogical Lecturer who specializes in southern New England (CT, RI, MA) research. She frequently speaks on New England topics including house history research, social media, and a broad range of genealogical topics. Once a month you'll find her as the host of the evening webinar series for Legacy Family Tree webinars.

 

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