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“If Sherlock Homes Were A Family Historian”

Barry Ewell

Categories: RR, I

Talk Abstract:
Family history is a journey of discovery about finding answers to the questions one ponders at one time or another. The steps of the journey are guided by the questions we ask. With each answer comes another question. In time you begin to feel a sense of connection and bond that spans generations. In this presentation we will discover 10 ways to supercharge your family history research. In other words, how to become the Sherlock Holmes of Genealogists.

Speaker Bio:
Barry J. Ewell is the founder of MyGenShare.com — http://mygenshare.com/ , a website for individuals interested in learning, sharing, and discovering family history. He is a writer, presenter, researcher, and mentor of genealogists. He has presented and shared his knowledge and experience at local, regional, and national conferences. Research interests include Eastern U.S., United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Germany, and Russia. In his professional career in advertising and public relations strategy for technology companies he has worked for companies like IBM, 3M, and Rational Software.

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NOTICE: This presentation is part of a set of over 400 presentations on genealogy and family history produced by "UVTAGG: The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group".
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