I previously made a post that the Newberry Library in conjunction with the Chicago Genealogical Society was having a genealogy program on Saturday, March 7, 2015 that featured D. Joshua Taylor as a program presenter. Registration to attend the program was necessary. Walk-ins are not allowed.
I have seen that the Chicago Genealogical Society website is now making note that the program is indeed “full” and closed for any further attempted registration.
Unfortunately, if you did not register yourself soon after my original posting, it is now too late to do so.
D. Joshua Taylor is a “hot” genealogy commodity at this time with him being one of the lead genealogists on the PBS show “Genealogy Roadshow”.
I am at least glad that I noticed the program is full and I can report that information back to you now in case you were still thinking about it. Look at the Chicago Genealogical Society webpage under their “Upcoming Events” link to see the program is full and closed for any further registration.
I guess it is true, “You gotta strike when the iron is hot!”.
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You can visit the Chicago Genealogical Society website at:
Chicago Genealogical Society
My original posting of the program follows below the separator line.
Schaumburg Township District Library
I just received some publicity information from the Newberry Library that they will be having a Genealogy Saturday program that will feature D. Joshua Taylor on March 7, 2015.
You will hopefully recognize the name of the presenter. D. Joshua Taylor is one of the prominent genealogists showcased on the PBS series “Genealogy Roadshow”.
The program is free. Registration is required. Walk-Ins are not allowed under any circumstances. Seating capacity is limited.
Doors open at 8:30 AM. The program starts at 9 AM. Lunch (not included) will be from 11:15 AM to 12:45 PM. A list of nearby restaurants will be provided at the event. Balance of the program will be from 12:45 PM to 2:45 PM.
D. Joshua Taylor will present:
- Go West! Beginning Midwestern Research
- Finding the Roots of Your Family Legends
- On and Off the Net: Locality Searching
- Putting It together: A Case Study
You can view a copy of the “flyer” provided to me by the Newberry Library here:
March 7, 2015 Genealogy Saturday at the Newberry Library with D. Joshua Taylor
Here is also the text provided to me from the Newberry in their e-mail notification to me:
Join us on March 7th for a very special event sponsored by the Newberry and the Chicago Genealogical Society – four lectures by popular genealogist D. Joshua Taylor, of Who Do You Think You Are (NBC and TLC) and Genealogy Roadshow (PBS) fame.
D. Joshua Taylor, MA, MLS is the Director of Family History at Findmypast, a global leader in the family history industry. Passionate about the future of family history, Joshua is a nationally known and recognized genealogical author, lecturer, and researcher and a frequent speaker at family history events across the globe.
This is a free event, however registration is required. Be sure to register early, as seats are limited. Bring your registration receipt with you the day of the event. No walk-ins will be accepted. You can register at: https://go.newberry.org/page.aspx?pid=1341
Doors will open at 8:30. Lunch is not provided, however a list of area restaurants will be available.
Think of spending a day with an incredibly talented genealogy persona!
Check out one of the recent “Genealogy Roadshow” episodes if you are not familiar with D. Joshua Taylor. You can view these shows at :
Genealogy Roadshow Website at PBS
Sounds like a great day, with a great speaker and some great programs to advance your genealogy research knowledge!
Schaumburg Township District Library