Events – Programming

2019

Schedule a GSP Lecture
Ulster Historical Society is returning Sunday March 15, 2020

Exploring Your Family History

Whether just beginning Your Research or Revisiting and Updating Previous Research, this 4 session series will help you find your ancestors

Speaker:  Nancy C. Nelson
Vice President, The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
Chair, GSP First Families of Pennsylvania Program
The course is 4 Sunday Sessions, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

      1. July 21, 2019
      2. July 28, 2019
      3. August 4, 2019
      4. August 11, 2019

Location: The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
2100 Byberry Road, Suite 111
Philadelphia, PA 19116
267.686.2296

Limited to 15 registrants, registration is for all 4 sessions

REGISTER

JUNE 2019 EVENTS

Thursday, 13 JUNE 2019   ROOTS LUNCH   12PM-2 PM   
Bring Your Ancestor to Lunch
Open Discussion of research topics, frustrations, successes

Bring Your lunch: GSP will provide dessert and coffee
Registration required-Call office or email info@genpa.org
GSP Members Free:   Non-Members $5.00

 

Tuesday, 18 JUNE 2019 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
Philadelphia Research Special Interest Group

Registration required-Call office or email info@genpa.org
GSP Members Free:   Non-Members $5.00

 

Saturday, 15 JUNE 2019     10 AM-11:30 AM    
DNA  Special Interest Group

Registration required-Call office or email info@genpa.org
GSP Members Free:   Non-Members $5.00

 

Saturday, 15 JUNE  2019     12 PM-2 PM       
PrePro Special Interest Group

Registration required-Call office or email info@genpa.org
GSP Members Free:   Non-Members $5.00

 

Thursday, 27 JUNE 2019   ROOTS LUNCH  12 PM-2 PM
Bring Your Ancestor to Lunch
Topic:  Unique Discoveries

Bring Your lunch: GSP will provide dessert and coffee
Registration required-Call office or email info@genpa.org
GSP Members Free:   Non-Members $5.00

JULY 2019 EVENTS

The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Presents
MARGARET NICHOLSON, Ph.D. Author 
My Surprise Family: Find Your Ancestry Story

Margaret M Nicholson, previously a native of Pennsylvania, moved, 15 years ago, to St. Augustine, Florida, the move prompted by the birth of her grandchild. Creating a family tree for him sparked her interest in genealogy. After more traditional research, she turned to DNA and then learned that the father who raised her was not her biological father.

Using her experience as a case study, she will demonstrate the software features useful for identifying unknown relatives and explain how to use DNA matches to confirm a lineage in a family tree.  Her story involved a surprise father, so more time and effort were required to find paternal relatives and build a family tree. The process is essentially the same, even if you don’t receive a surprise with your DNA results. She has become proficient at using Ancestry.com’s DNA results and family tree hints and enjoys sharing her expertise with others. Margaret hopes her book about solving her mystery will provide help for many others.

Saturday – 20 July 2019     10 AM-12 Noon
At the DNA Special Interest Group Meeting
The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
2100 Byberry Road, Suite 111
Philadelphia PA 19116

Registration required-Call office or email info@genpa.org
GSP Members Free:   Non-Members $10.00

Excel Handout and the PowerPoint Presentation LINK

Directions: Coming from the Roosevelt Blvd we are the first driveway on the left,  after the Nabisco demolition,  GSP is listed on the property sign on the bottom row.  The entrance is across from the Gazebo and you ring the bell to the right of Gen of PA to be buzzed in.

Upcoming off-site Lectures

Registration for the off site lectures are via Host Facility Website

Digiprove sealCopyright secured by Digiprove © 2016-2018 The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania

Comments are closed.