LCGS 2022 Membership Meetings
 
Lee County Genealogical Society will once again have
in-person Membership meetings.
 
Those members and guests that would like to attend
our in-person meetings may join us in the 
Fellowship Hall of the Cypress Lake Presbyterian Church
8260 Cypress Lake Drive in Fort Myers.
 
Doors open at 9:30 a.m., with our meeting beginning at 10:00 a.m.
 
 "To register for this month's meeting via webinar,
go to the Members Only section"
 
If our presenter is remote, those in attendance at the church will be
able to view the presentation projected onto a large screen in the
Fellowship Hall while those at home may watch virtually,
as we have done since March of 2020. 
 
If the presenter is giving a live program in the Fellowship Hall
 the webinar will stream from the church.
 
Coronavirus Guidelines:
  • Masks are discretionary for everyone.
  • Social distancing is encouraged and seating will be spaced accordingly.
  • We ask attendees to bring their own hand sanitizer.
  • Please do not attend the meeting if you are feeling ill, have a fever, cough or runny nose, of if you have been exposed to COVID-19 positive individuals within the two weeks prior to our meeting.
 
Refreshments will not be served at our in-person meetings,
so please feel free to bring a beverage of your choice.
 

LCGS 2022 Membership Meetings 
 
20 January 2022
Road Trip! Planning a Research Trip (On- or Off-line)
Ann Staley
When taking a trip, a map of the route and area we are visiting is a huge help.
Our research "trip" to/through the records and repositories should be no different. What we need is a genealogy road map. We will look at a number of ways of creating a research plan, using timelines, "researching" the repository,
tips and tricks for packing, computer programs to help with analyzing
your data before you go, and more.
 
 
17 February 2022
Genealogy Trip Experiences in the United States
LCGS Member Panel Discussion
 
 
17 March 2022
Genealogy Trip Experiences - International Research
LCGS Member Panel Discussion
 
 
21 April 2022
The Fascinating Story of the Concord (the Other Mayflower)
Lori Coffey
 
 
19 May 2022
How to Create a Free Google Earth Map for Your Research
Lisa Louise Cooke
 
 
16 June 2022
Psychology of Searching
Penny Walters
 
 
21 July 2022
10 Things to Do Before Leaving a Library or Archives
Melissa Barker
 
 
18 August 2022
Preparing for a Library Research Visit
Bryan Mulcahy
 
 
15 September 2022
Five Reasons the Records Aren't In the Courthouse
George M. Morgan
 
 
20 October 2022
The President and the Devilfish
Robert N. Macomber
 
 
17 November 2022
Using Land Records to Track a Migrating Family
Kimberly Powell
 
 
15 December 2022
Organizing Your Research Trip
Drew Smith

Facts and Tips
GEDCOM is a standardized method of formatting your family tree data into a te.xt file that can be easily read and converted by any genealogical software program, i. RootsMagic, Family Tree Maker, PAF, Brothers Keeper, Reunion.
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US Military Record Finder - check the chart at the FamilySearch Wiki at https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/US_Military_Record_Finder.
[Military]

Tracing the family medical history helps your children and grandchildren to take preventive measures with their own health.
[Basic Information]

Genealogy Society, which may be called a Family History Society in other countries, is a society, often charitable or not-for-profit, that allows member genealogists and family historians to profit from shared knowledge.
[Basic Information]

Aviation Archaeological Investigation and Research, AAIR, is your source for U.S. military aircraft accident reports and individual aircraft record (history) cards and aviation archaeology information.
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