Alphabetical Title INDEX of Past Speakers with Notes

Below is the alphabetized list of the lectures and speakers who sent us notes regarding their talks

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1940 Census: Jefferson Moak
2015 Brick Walls: Planning Committee
“Become a Probate Detective: Rejoicing in the Probate Files of Our Ancestors” Dawn Kit Carson
Breaking Down Brick Walls: Susan Hedrick
Creating Timelines: Marilyn Toole
DNA: The newest Tool for Genealogists: Jim Bartlett, Family Finder
DNA Testing: Charles F. Kerchner
English Genealogy: Sandi Hewlett
Family Finder DNA Testing Service: Jim Bartlett
Finding Clues in the U.S. Censuses: Marilyn Toole
Finding the Elusive Ancestor: Sydnie Cruise Dixon
Finding Your German Immigrants: Michael Lacopo
 Using Footnote (now Fold3): Beau Sharbrough
Free Books on the Internet, PERSI, and Using RootsWeb:
Marilyn Toole
"Genealogical Clues from Schoolgirl Samplers”
: Cynthia Steinhoff
"The Genealogical Proof Standard: Now That You Found the Information, What Comes Next?" Allen Male

Genetic Genealogy: Charles F. Kerchner
Heritage Makers: Jackie Heitmann
Historical Society of Pennsylvania Holdings: Lee Arnold
Identifying People in Old Photos: Marilyn Toole
Internet Sources for Irish Research: Patrick Connolly
Land Records and Mapping: Jerald Smith
Newspapers and Genealogy:Jim Beidler
Philadelphia Research: Not for Philadelphia Only: Sydney Cruice Dixon
Philadelphia Revolutionary Ancestors Research:Jefferson Moak
Preserving Genealogical materials: Bruce Arnold
Researching Your Irish Family: Frank Southcott
Researching Your New Jersey Ancestors: Melissa Johnson
Research Using the Many Genealogy Services of the Church of Latter Day Saints: Sydney Cruise-Dixon
Resources of the Montgomery County Historical Society: Rose Brown
Scandanavian Research: Ted Laws
Scottish Research: Bruce Arnold
Show and Tell with Tips: General Membership
Using Land Records:
Gerald “Jerry” Smith, CGSM 
Using our Club's Web Page and Using PERSI: Marilyn Toole
Using P.E.R.S.I., and Finding Free Books on the Internet: Marilyn Toole
What's New at Shelli Nye
"Writing and Storing Your Personal Stories for Your Descendants": Marilyn Toole


(Note: Not all speakers submitted notes)