Williamson County Genealogical Society (WCGS) has announced Judy Russell, The Legal Genealogist, as speaker for their upcoming seminar at First United Methodist Church, 1004 North Mays in Round Rock on Saturday, March 16, 2019.  Russell is a well-loved and dynamic speaker you will not want to miss.  Topics will cover visiting the courthouse, resolving genealogical conflicts, what to do in the absence of vital records, and a look into revelers, hog killers, and disobedient children.

Register at the WCGS website


Join Texas State Genealogical Society for the 2019 Texas Institute of Genealogical Research, June 9-14, 2019, at the Crowne Plaza Austin. 

The society expands TIGR in 2019 to encompass two courses led by nine notable genealogy researchers, speakers, and records experts. Along with case studies, discussions, and problem solving exercises, the expertise of the TIGR faculty will enhance the learning experience of TIGR students.

Under the leadership of TIGR coordinator Kelvin Meyers, Texas Research Essentials addresses a critical need for genealogists researching complex Texas records. Advanced Southern Research Techniques, led by J. Mark Lowe, develops crucial skills for successfully researching Southern families and records.

Learn more about Lodging & Venue and make your reservations now.

Learn more about the Courses, Schedule, and Faculty 

for TIGR 2019 and Register online!

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