Thursday, October 3, 2019

[UVTAGG] - Press release for family history meeting, Saturday, 12 Oct 2019, 10 am-Noon, in person and online - Gena Philibert-Ortega on 50 WEBSITES EVERY GENEALOGIST SHOULD KNOW

[UVTAGG] - Press release and blog - 03 Oct 2019
Family History meeting, Saturday, 12 Oct 2019, 10 am-Noon, in person and online - Gena Philibert-Ortega on 50 WEBSITES EVERY GENEALOGIST SHOULD KNOW

Journalists, please run this as a news item and/or in your calendar of events.  There is a short version at the beginning.  For more information, please contact me.  Thanks.

Don Snow -- snowd@math.byu.edu  


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UVTAGG MEETING, in person and online
Saturday, 12 Oct 2019, 10:00 am - Noon (NOTE THE CHANGE OF MEETING TIMES), "Red Chapel", 4056 No. Timpview Dr. (650 East), Provo, Utah 84604; free, in person or online
GENA PHILIBERT-ORTEGA, MA, on 50 WEBSITES EVERY GENEALOGIST SHOULD KNOW
(This will be remote from California.)  Classes following
Link for online is at  https://www.uvtagg.org  and on the UVTAGG's Facebook page
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UVTAGG Meeting (Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group), Saturday, 12 Oct 2019, 10:00 am - Noon NOTE THE TIME CHANGE, at the "Red Chapel" of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4056 North Timpview Dr. (650 East), Provo, Utah 84604.

Main speaker -- GENA PHILIBERT-ORTEGA, MA, on 50 WEBSITES EVERY GENEALOGIST SHOULD KNOW.  She will present this remotely from California and it will be broadcast in the "Red Chapel: and on Facebook.  You are familiar with Ancestry.com and FamilySearch, but there's so much more to researching genealogy than the well-known websites. Learn more about other websites that can help you with your genealogy and help you break down brick walls.  Gena Philibert-Ortega is an author, researcher, and instructor whose focus is genealogy and social and women’s history. She holds a Master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Master’s degree in Religion. Her published works include two books, numerous articles, two volumes of Tracing Female Ancestors, and a QuickGuide from Legacy Family Tree. She is the editor of the Utah Genealogical Association’s magazine, Crossroads. She has presented to diverse groups including the National Genealogical Society, Alberta Genealogical Society Conference, and the Legacy Family Tree Webinar series.  More information about her is available at   https://philibertfamily.blogspot.com/ .

The classes that will follow starting at about 11:10 am are:
(1)  25 Tips for Researching Your Female Ancestors - Gena Philibert-Ortega
(2)  Ask an Expert (Personal Help)  – Lee Cox
(3)  Video from last month: An Introduction to FindMyPast for the LDS CommunityUsing the New FamilySearch - Lindsey Bayless
(4)  Ancestral Quest - Gaylon Findlay

All meetings of the Group are open to the public with the goal of helping you use technology to further your family history.  The main presentation and a class are broadcast on the internet on Facebook for anyone to watch - click on Watch Online on  https://www.uvtagg.org/ or on   https://www.facebook.com/UVTAGG-Utah-Valley-Technology-and-Genealogy-Group-107368599368775/ .  To read and/or subscribe to the press releases go to  http://blog.uvtagg.org/ .

NOTE THAT WE ARE CHANGING TO A TWO-HOUR MEETING FORMAT FROM 10:00 am TO NOON.  There will be fewer verbal announcements, so be sure to look at the agenda.  The main presentation will be from about 10:05 am to 11;00 am followed by classes starting about 11:10 am.  All meetings will still be open to the public, whether members of the Group or not.  Members of the group receive via email the monthly newsletter TAGGology, which contains a wealth of helpful information and they have access to the more than 400 videos of past presentations and classes.  Officers are Gerhard Ruf, President; Laurie Castillo, 1st VP; Don Snow, 2nd VP; Don Engstrom, Secretary; Marilyn Thomsen, Newsletter Editor; Rayanne Melick, Finance Officer; Bob Standing and Don Engstrom, Membership Officers; Bruce Merrill and Marie Andersen, Video Librarians; Eileen Phelps, Special Projects Coordinator; Carol Hill, FamilySearch Facebook Coordinator; and Rick Wightman, Chris Stevenson, Brent Nelson, Jerry Castillo, and Rick Klemetson, Videographers and Webmasters.  Several of these will be at the meeting and members can purchase the inexpensive DVDs of past classes.  There is much to help Temple and Family History Consultants here.  For further information contact President Gerhard Ruf at  pres@uvtagg.org   (801-225-6106), or 1st VP Laurie Castillo at  gengal@comcast.net , or 2nd VP Don Snow at  snowd@math.byu.edu .

Don Snow, 2nd VP, snowd@math.byu.edu .
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Wednesday, September 4, 2019

[UVTAGG] - Press release - family history meeting, Saturday, 14 Sep 2019, 9 am-noon, in person and online - Lindey Bayless on AN INTRODUCTION TO FINDMYPAST FOR THE LDS COMMUNITY

04 Sep 2019

Journalists, please run this as a news item and/or in your calendar of events.  Newsletter editors, please send out the short version in your newsletters this weekend.   If you need more information, please contact me.  Thanks.

Don Snow -- snowd@math.byu.edu  


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UVTAGG MEETING, in person and online

Saturday, 14 Sep 2019, 9 am - noon, "Red Chapel", 4056 No. Timpview Dr. (650 East), Provo, Utah 84604; free, in person or online.

LINDSEY BAYLESS, AG, on AN INTRODUCTION TO FINDMYPAST FOR THE LDS COMMUNITY

Classes following

Link for online is at  https://www.uvtagg.org  and on the UVTAGG's Facebook page

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UVTAGG Meeting (Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group), Saturday, 14 Sep 2019, 9 am to noon, at the "Red Chapel" of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4056 North Timpview Dr. (650 East), Provo, Utah 84604.


Main speaker -- LINDSEY BAYLESS, AG, on AN INTRODUCTION TO FINDMYPAST FOR THE LDS COMMUNITY

How to get your free LDS subscription and why you should use it for England and Wales research, as well as United States and elsewhere.  She will also be showing how to get the most out of your searches.

Lindsey Bayless, AG (Accredited Genealogist), conducts research in the British Isles, including Huguenot research, and is accredited in English and Welsh research. Personal family research, client research, and service in the genealogical community have been Lindsey's focus for more than 20 years. Lindsey is a volunteer Research Specialist at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.  She is a member of the ICAPGen Board and serves as the British Regional Chair on the ICAPGen Testing Committee. Lindsey also serves as a Stake Temple and Family History Consultant and as part of the Steering Committee for the Lindon Six Stakes Family History Center. More information about her is at https://www.icapgen.org/?s=bayless&submit=Search,  https://genealogy.coach/lindsey-bayless/, https://icapgen.blog/2018/03/03/icapgenanswers-england-records-question/, and  http://lindonfamilyhistory.com/.

Classes at about 10:40 am following the main presentation will be:
(1)  Criminals, Heroes, Scoundrels, and More by- Lindsey Bayless -- streamed live
(2)  Ask an Expert (Personal Help)  – Lee Cox and others
(3)  Video from last month: Using the New FamilySearch Digital Library by Dennis Meldrum
(4)  Ancestral Quest by Gaylon Findlay

All meetings of the Group are open to the public with the goal of helping you use technology to further your family history.  The main presentation and a class are broadcast on the internet on Facebook for anyone to watch - click on Watch Online on  https://www.uvtagg.org/ or on  https://www.facebook.com/UVTAGG-Utah-Valley-Technology-and-Genealogy-Group-107368599368775/.  To read and/or subscribe to the press releases go to  http://blog.uvtagg.org/.


Beginning  next month on Saturday, 12 Oct 2019, the Group is going to a two-hour meeting from 10 am - noon in the same Red Chapel.  The main presentation will be the first hour, followed by classes during the second hour.  All meetings will still be open to the public, whether members of the Group of not.  Members of the group receive via email the monthly newsletter TAGGology, which contains a wealth of helpful information and they have access to the more than 400 videos of past presentations and classes. Officers are Gerhard Ruf, President; Laurie Castillo, 1st VP; Don Snow, 2nd VP; Marilyn Thomsen, Newsletter Editor; Rayanne Melick, Finance Officer; Don Engsrom and Bob Standing, Membership Officers; Bruce Merrill and Marie Andersen, Video Librarians; Eileen Phelps, Special Projects Coordinator; Carol Hill, FamilySearch Facebook Coordinator; and Rick Wightman, Chris Stevenson, Brent Nelson, Jerry Castillo, and Rick Klemetson, Videographers and Webmasters.  Several of these will be at the meeting and members can purchase the inexpensive DVDs of past classes.  There is much to help Temple and Family History Consultants here.  For further information contact President Gerhard Ruf at  pres@uvtagg.org (801-225-6106), or 1st VP Laurie Castillo at  gengal@comcast.net, or 2nd VP Don Snow at  snowd@math.byu.edu.


Don Snow, 2nd VP, snowd@math.byu.edu.
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Friday, August 2, 2019

[UVTAGG] Press release for family history meeting, Sat, 10 Aug 2019, 9 am-noon, in person and online - DENNIS MELDRUM of FamilySearch on USING THE NEW FAMILYSEARCH DIGITAL LIBRARY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR FAMILY

2019-08-02

[UVTAGG] - Press release for family history meeting, Saturday, 10 Aug 2019, 9 am-noon, in person and online - DENNIS MELDRUM of FamilySearch on USING THE NEW FAMILYSEARCH DIGITAL LIBRARY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR FAMILY
Journalists, please run this as a news item and/or in your calendar of events.  Newsletter editors and email lists, please send out the short version.   If you need more info, please contact me.  Thanks.
Don Snow -- snowd@math.byu.edu

[Short version]   ==============================
UVTAGG MEETING, in person and online
Saturday, 10 Aug 2019, 9 am - noon, "Red Chapel", 4056 No. Timpview Dr. (650 East), Provo, Utah 84604
DENNIS MELDRUM on USING THE NEW FAMILYSEARCH DIGITAL LIBRARY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR FAMILY
Classes following; one of which will be by Don Snow on TRACKING LIVES WITH TECHNOLOGY. 
Free, in person or online; link for online is at https://www.uvtagg.org and on the UVTAGG's Facebook page.
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UVTAGG Meeting (Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group), Saturday, 10 Aug 2019, 9 am to noon, at the "Red Chapel" of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4056 North Timpview Dr. (650 East), Provo, Utah 84604.

Main speaker -- DENNIS MELDRUM of FamilySearch on USING THE NEW DIGITAL LIBRARY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR FAMILY.   The new FamilySearch Digital Library is a collection of over 400,000 electronic books available onoline at FamilySearch for free. This collection contains books from the leading genealogy and family history collections in the US.  You will learn how to find names, stories, and photos of your ancestors and how to use the recently changed book viewer which significantly reduces the response time.  More information about Dennis Meldrum is at  https://www.linkedin.com/in/dennismeldrum/  .

Classes at about 10:40 am following the main presentation:
(1)  TRACKING LIVES WITH TECHNOLOGY by Donald R. Snow
(2)  ASK AN EXPERT by Lee Cox
(3)  Video of Last Month:  ORGANIZING TEMPLE AND FAMILY HISTORY IN WARDS AND STAKES by Lance MacIntosh
(4)  ANCESTRAL QUEST by Gaylon Findlay

All meetings of the Group are open to the public and the goal of UVTAGG is helping you use technology to further your family history.  The main presentation and a class are broadcast on the Internet for anyone to watch - click on Watch Online on  https://www.uvtagg.org/ or on the UVTAGG Group's Facebook page. To read and/or subscribe to the press releases go to  http://blog.uvtagg.org/ .

Beginning with the Oct 2019 meeting the group will be changing to a 2-hour format from 10 am to noon in the same Red Chapel.  Watch for details.  Members of the group receive via email the monthly newsletter TAGGology, which contains much helpful information about family history and technology, and they have access to the more than 400 videos of past presentations and classes. Officers are Gerhard Ruf, President; Laurie Castillo, 1st VP; Don Snow, 2nd VP; Marilyn Thomsen, Newsletter Editor; Rayanne Melick, Finance Officer; Bruce Merrill and Marie Andersen, Video Librarians; Eileen Phelps, Special Projects Coordinator; Carol Hill, FamilySearch Facebook Groups Coordinator, and Rick Wightman, Chris Stevenson, Brent Nelson, Jerry Castillo, and Rick Klemetson, Videographers and Webmasters.  Several of these will be at the meeting and members can purchase the inexpensive DVDs of past classes.  There is much to help Temple and Family History Consultants here.  For further information about UVTAGG contact President Gerhard Ruf at pres@uvtagg.org  (801-225-6106), or 1st VP Laurie Castillo at gengal@comcast.net , or 2nd VP Don Snow at snowd@math.byu.edu .


Don Snow, 2nd VP, snowd@math.byu.edu .
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