Come join Anne Goeden, Erin Netzke, Lolly Fullerton for a coffee to discuss DNA. It’ll be for any member who is wondering whether to take a DNA test, who has taken a DNA test but doesn’t know what to do with it, or who, like us, loves using DNA to find ancestors / cousins etc. We’ll see how it goes and if there is enough interest, we’ll carry on doing this. Date: Thursday, Feb 10 at 2pm ET Zoom link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TO8OncZHSqCltjP5Lu0DSA Zoom will respond saying you are registered. I will make it a meeting just before we begin!
For our members we are holding another Special Interest Group meeting.
Military Coffee Time
Jan Briggs-McGowan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Glenys Johnson will be joining her.
Bring a coffee and join us for a chat about all things military.
Date: To be Confirmed
Bruce County Genealogical Society’s January 2021 Webinar
You likely already know John Kaminski from his presentation earlier this year regarding tracing Eastern European roots. He has given the AGEN20 (Adele’s Genealogy 2020) bug to his wife and has increased his researching knowledge by helping Adele trace her French Canadian heritage. Using at least 6 online sources, they have been able to trace Adele’s maternal lineage through documentation back to the early 1700’s, almost all exclusively born in Nouvelle France.
John and Adele have not pursued much farther back than her 7th great grandparents, but know there are a few Acadian and French links, including Filles du Roi, convicted salt smugglers and military personalities.
It has been a wild ride through Canadian history not taught in the classrooms!
Date and Time: Monday, January 10, 2021 at 7PM ET
Or Email BCGSwebinars@gmail.com
Bruce County Genealogical Society’s December Webinar
“To encourage, bring together and assist those interested in the pursuit of family history and to preserve our Ontario genealogical heritage.”
Janice is a proud 8th-generation Canadian, with English, German, Irish, Welsh and First Nations ancestry. She is going to tell you a few stories about what she has learned over the last year plus and make a few suggestions for how she thinks all of us in the genealogy community can do a better job of embracing diversity and inclusion and why it’s a great idea.
Janice is a professional genealogist based in Toronto. Her expertise includes Upper Canadian history, Ontario criminal justice records, turning bare bones genealogies into shareable family stories, and using genealogy gifts and games to create a legacy.
Date and Time: Monday, December 6, 2021 at 7PM ET
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual General Meeting 2021
November 22nd, 2021 at 7pm
Join Zoom Meeting:
or phone +1 647 374 4685 Canada using Meeting ID: 896 37710212