JULY 19, 2021
"Using Ancestry Tree Effectively"
Presented by: Suz Bates
ABOUT THE TOPIC
Online ancestry trees can be a mixed bag of tricks. How can you use the trees on ancestry.com safely and effectively in your Paper Trail and DNA Trail genealogy research? Suz Bates, a local genealogist will focus on topics including security, sources, data fields, uploads, other’s trees and more. Learn how to create and use Ancestry trees safely, securely, effectively, and efficiently. Any “arborist” will be surprised by the techniques!
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Suz Bates has been a family history researcher for over 40 years and a private consultant for 20 years. Starting her study of genealogy in the early 1970s, before computers, Suz spent many hours at the Newberry Library, learning traditional research methods. Since then she has built on those skills, attending numerous classes, workshops and conferences.
Suz earned a B.A. in modern foreign language with a minor in history and an M.S. in education. She taught both adults and children in various educational settings. Suz takes these teaching and lecturing skills, combined with her extensive genealogical research experience, into her genealogy career of speaking, researching and consulting in an easily understood manner with enthusiasm and a wealth of knowledge.
Suz has been a member of various genealogy and history associations including the National Genealogical Society, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, the NSDAR, the Du Page County Genealogical Society, the Fox Valley Genealogical Society and CAGGNI. She is listed in the Genealogical Speakers Guild.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Make sure that you've installed the Zoom software before the event and you'll use that link to join the meeting when it begins. It is free install. Click the link below for more information
ZOOM How To & Participant Guide
You Must Register to attend this free zoom presentation. Send in an email your first and last name and inform whether you are a member or not, and your email address. Send that email registration to firstname.lastname@example.org
by the Sunday evening prior to the zoom meeting. You will receive an email back giving you the details to link in to the meeting on Monday.
Beach Park Village Hall
11270 Wadsworth Road - Lower Level
Beach Park, IL 60099
7:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
8:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
8:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
The ZION GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY research materials are housed at the Zion-Benton Public Library for the public's use. Beginning on July 17th, our society volunteer will return to the Zion-Benton Library to assist you by appointment only on Saturdays. Let the library know that you wish to schedule some time with the Zion Genealogical Society volunteer. Give them your name and phone number (and/or email). They will contact the society and give them your information. The society volunteer will in-turn contact you with their available times to meet. We are delighted to be of assistance to you again.
Our quarterly newsletter The Illuminator is published in February, May, August and November.
Articles may be submitted online to the Editor or mailed to the Society at: 2400 Gabriel Avenue, Zion, IL 60099.
Map to Zion-Benton Library
August 16, 2021
"Exploring U.S. Church Records"
Speaker: Jacquie Schattner
ZOOM - HOW DOES IT WORK?
Make sure that you've installed the Zoom software before the event and you'll use that link to join the meeting when it begins. Click the link below for more information
ZOOM How To & Participant Guide
ZGS Has Partnered With AncestorStuff.com