Date(s) - 12/04/2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Online via Zoom
What I learned about genealogy during the Covid Lockdown
Presenter: Debra Honor UE, BA, B.Ed., PLCGS
In the past two years, Covid has forced us to stay home. Without all the day-to-day distractions, Covid gave me permission to focus on my own family history. Along the way, I learned new steps to find information and connect with other genealogists following the same families. Covid was a blessing in disguise for my genealogy research. Come find out what I learned.
Bio: Debra Honor UE, BA, B.Ed., PLCGS, Debra is a retired elementary teacher. She is a graduate of the National Institute of Genealogical Studies. She writes genealogical and historical articles for Branch newsletters, Families, as well as other journals and her local newspaper. As a member of the Ontario Genealogical Society for 42 years, Debra has served for many years on the Essex Branch Executive, the OGS Board as a Regional Director and has received the Robert Crawford Community Service Award from Ontario Ancestors. Debra has also been a speaker at the Ontario Ancestors Conferences and several branches as well as many other historical groups in Essex County.
She is a member of the United Empire Loyalists Association, having proven 10 Loyalist ancestors. Other groups include the Belle Vue Conservancy and the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario.
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