Genealogy Education “On the Cheap”


  1. Mariann Regan
    Mariann Regan May 3, 2012 at 3:58 pm .

    Thank you for this post! Especially, I saved Deborah Abbott’s web page address. Even though I can’t go to the Ohio Genealogical Society talks (alas), it is good to have the reference. The probate process is important, I realize, to those of us trying to pull ourselves into genealogy by our own bootstraps.

    1. jenalford
      jenalford May 5, 2012 at 12:10 pm .

      Thanks for the comment! I too cannot make the OGS talks (all during work days!) which is unfortunate. Hopefully I will get to another of her talks though. I will be checking out my own ancestors’ probate records on Monday and will be curious to see what it reveals. Keep posted for more on that!

  2. Jenna
    Jenna May 6, 2012 at 10:53 am .

    I agree there are so, so many resources available at little to no cost. The value of local and state society presentations is a 100 fold what you actually pay and the energy you gain for your research is invaluable!

    1. sfishman
      sfishman May 6, 2012 at 11:29 am .

      I agree completely! I attended the Ohio PalAm spring seminar recently, and it was fantastic. It was definitely worth far more than the $40-ish I spent for the day’s registration.

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