Chula Vista Genealogical Society

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Society Board

President: Karen Smith

1st VP: OPEN

2nd VP: Carrie Holleron

Secretary: Ana Castro

Treasurer: Karen Polk

Committees

Cemetery: Susan Zimmer

Research Grp: Randy Seaver

DNA Group: Randy Seaver

Education: Susi Pentico

Estate Papers: Gary Brock

Historian: Susan Zimmer

Hospitality: Jane Furnish

Librarian:  OPEN

Newsletter: Randy Seaver

Drawings: Carole Sobke

Webmaster: Gary Brock

 

News 

Post articles and announcements that might be of interest to our members here.

  • Monday, September 02, 2019 9:23 PM | Anonymous member

    WE will be reviewing the 2nd part of the Trail of Tears, Native American Documentary collection.  Black Indians. 

    The first was on the Cherokee. 


    We will also be going over our brick walls in hopes someone has moved a step closer to resolve.   That is what Lost Ancestors are.  

    Susi Pentico

    Educational Chairperson

    CVGS

  • Monday, September 02, 2019 9:20 PM | Anonymous member

    https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3464300786?profile=original


    Virtual Genealogy Conference.  Great speakers and enjoy from home.

  • Saturday, July 06, 2019 1:00 PM | Anonymous member

    DIANE'S COMMENTS ABOUT THE TALK AND INTERACTIVE EVENT.


    I think it is going to be a DO NOT MISS EVENT.


     Besides talking about FamilySearch.org, I will be incorporating some of the things I have been developing for our next Family History Day.


    For me, FamilySearch.org is just one tool in my arsenal.  I use many other tools when I am trying to place someone on my family tree or on the tree of a person whom I am assisting.  For that reason, we will see a variety of research items.


    One of my wonderful families is named Houghton.  They started in England, went to Canada, some ended up in the United States, and others now live in far away Australia.  Lucky for us today, when we do research, we can use DNA, emails, photography, maps, and etc., to make connections and to break down long standing brickwalls.


    I will be showing some of my other families and numerous posters.  I will be asking for audience participation and I would be pleased if you would be at my side to help me as needed.  


    I was well trained in how to do family search in the late 1970’s.  I used to work with a program called PAF.  Personal Ancestral Files.  Other great companies have come along with their own programs but PAF was always excellent for me and I still call upon it in my hard copy files.  I have my own style of genealogy and I am hopeful that some of what I have done and learned, will be helpful to others.  


    I look forward to presenting to the Saturday group of the Chula Vista Genealogical Society on July 6, 2019, in the Bonita Library.


    Sincerely,

    Patricia Diane Godinez

  • Saturday, July 06, 2019 1:00 PM | Anonymous member

    DIANE'S COMMENTS ABOUT THE TALK AND INTERACTIVE EVENT.


    I think it is going to be a DO NOT MISS EVENT.


     Besides talking about FamilySearch.org, I will be incorporating some of the things I have been developing for our next Family History Day.


    For me, FamilySearch.org is just one tool in my arsenal.  I use many other tools when I am trying to place someone on my family tree or on the tree of a person whom I am assisting.  For that reason, we will see a variety of research items.


    One of my wonderful families is named Houghton.  They started in England, went to Canada, some ended up in the United States, and others now live in far away Australia.  Lucky for us today, when we do research, we can use DNA, emails, photography, maps, and etc., to make connections and to break down long standing brickwalls.


    I will be showing some of my other families and numerous posters.  I will be asking for audience participation and I would be pleased if you would be at my side to help me as needed.  


    I was well trained in how to do family search in the late 1970’s.  I used to work with a program called PAF.  Personal Ancestral Files.  Other great companies have come along with their own programs but PAF was always excellent for me and I still call upon it in my hard copy files.  I have my own style of genealogy and I am hopeful that some of what I have done and learned, will be helpful to others.  


    I look forward to presenting to the Saturday group of the Chula Vista Genealogical Society on July 6, 2019, in the Bonita Library.


    Sincerely,

    Patricia Diane Godinez

    Bonita- Sunnyside Library,  1 Pm to 3:30 or 4 Pm  Free.  

  • Monday, June 10, 2019 7:33 PM | Anonymous member

    Please take Diane' G's post and put on front page.. when you return home. 

    It ought to be a super terrific day.   Hope your doing okay.


    Susi

  • Sunday, March 24, 2019 2:14 PM | Anonymous member

    Kenneth R Marks
     shared a post.

    5 hrs

    NEW Update! Western States' Online Historical Newspapers - 400 new and updated Free Links have just been added to the link lists (totals 4,227 titles for all 13 states):

    California - http://bit.ly/2GnFQd8
    New Mexico - http://bit.ly/2oEnC0p
    Colorado - http://bit.ly/2oBZ7Ry...

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    The Ancestor Hunt

    5 hrs

    NEW Update! Western States' Online Historical Newspapers - 400 new and updated Free Links have just been added to the link lists (totals 4,227 titles for all 13...

    See More


  • Tuesday, March 19, 2019 5:26 PM | Anonymous member

    Thursday, March 21, 2019, 3:00–4:00 PM EST

    Presented by Alicia Crane Williams, FASG

    Free and open to the public






    Following the advent of American genealogy in the early to mid-19th century, thousands of genealogies were published featuring families across the country. While largely uncited—and arguably biased—these early works continue to be an important resource for modern day family historians. Join Lead Genealogist of the Early New England Families Study Project and frequent contributor to the Vita Brevis blog, Alicia Crane Williams, to learn how you can access, evaluate, and utilize early published family histories in your research.

    Register


    Can't attend a live broadcast? Not a problem! You will be able to watch a recording of the presentation on our website following the broadcast. 



    Questions?

    Call 617-226-1226 or email education@nehgs.org.


  • Tuesday, March 19, 2019 12:49 PM | Anonymous member

    American Ancestors is Coming to Arizona!


    It's in the Genes:

    Leveraging DNA in Your Family History Research Presented by NEHGS DNA Experts Christopher C. Child and Pam Holland Saturday, May 18, 2019

    9:00 AM–4:00 PM


    Heard Museum

    2301 N. Central Ave

    Phoenix, AZ


    Optional Opening Night Dinner: Friday, May 17, 5:30 PM Held at Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West Details and Registration With the growing number of options in the field of DNA research, it can be difficult to know which test is best for you and for your genealogical goals. American Ancestors provides online tools, offers one-on-one assistance, and leads education programs to help individuals interpret their results and to advance their family history discoveries. Whether you’re completely new to DNA testing or you have already taken a DNA test, this full-day seminar will provide you with the knowledge and strategies to interpret your results, make important genealogical connections, and take your family history research to the next level.


    Cost: $125; includes five lectures, breakfast, lunch, access to museum galleries, and a wine reception.


    Questions?

    Contact 617-226-1226 or education@nehgs.org.

    Tricia thanks for Permission.


    All the best and hope to see you in May,

    Tricia

    Tricia Labbe

    Education Coordinator

    New England Historic Genealogical Society

    99-101 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116

    tricia.labbe@nehgs.org

    (t) 617-226-1226


  • Saturday, September 01, 2018 10:16 AM | Anonymous member

    Bonita-Sunnyside Library 1 to 4 pm free.  If you can bring a 5 gen chart, note pad and pencil pen.   


    Having learned some interesting methods at the Grand Rapids Seminar excited to share them with you all.  What I learned helped me, will help you too probably.   


    See you at 1 pm  

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