Wednesday, June 21,2017
7 :00P.M.- 9:00 P.M.
Using Timelines in Genealogy Research free program offered to the public
“A Path to Your Next Research Steps:
Using Timelines to Organize, Analyze and Evaluate Evidence,”
by Annette Burke Lyttle in a webinar.
Lyttle says “So you’ve done all this research – now what? How do you figure out what you have and what to look for next?
This presentation will show you how to organize timelines that will enable you to evaluate your evidence, analyze your research for accuracy, and identify next steps.”
This program will add more tools to researching family history,
and is offered by the Burlington Genealogical Society, for anyone in Southeastern Wisconsin to attend. There will be time to discuss techniques and questions and look at member’s draft or finished timelines.
*Optional: members are invited to bring a draft, beginning or finished timeline of one ancestor or a timeline of their own history to display.
Making a timeline ahead will prime one's thinking for the evening topic, as well as offer an interesting research project.
There are several features this evening:
6:30-7 -Genealogy materials to take: free for members, donations accepted by non-members
-*Displays of member’s timelines, drafts or finished
7:00 - Brief business meeting
- using Ancestry.com DNA, 10 minutes of Q&A
- Followed by the timeline presentation by Lyttle
The session is held at the Gateway Building (room 100), 496 McCanna Parkway, Burlington, Wisconsin; just past the Burlington High School. Parking is free, and the building is handicap accessible.
For information on the Burlington Genealogical Society, call the Vice president at 262-634-8815