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Do you want to synergize your genealogy research skills, resolve family mysteries using DNA, and prepare your family history discoveries for publication? Join Andy and Devon Noel Lee at the "Hill Country Family History Seminar" all-day seminar in Boerne, Texas, hosted by the Genealogical Society of Kendall County.

As a family tree climber, you face many challenges in your family history research. Like, how to make sense of the clues available in different documents and resources. Knowing what clues from DNA can help you discover the identity of your ancestors. Understanding how to compile your research into a book that your family will enjoy.

 

Family history fanatics Andy and Devon Noel Lee can help you with all these challenges in person at this upcoming day-long event in Boerne, Texas. The Hill Country Family History Seminar, celebrating its seventeenth year,  has expanded from an in-person setting to also include a virtual experience.

Synergize Your Research and Share It With Those You Love

Close out your summer with a trip to the Texas Hill Country in Boerne, Texas for an in-person genealogy event featuring Andy and Devon Noel Lee. 

The Seventeenth Annual Hill Country Family History Seminar will happen 

On: Saturday, August 21, 2021

From: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.

At: St John Lutheran Church

      315 Rosewood Ave

      Boerne, TX 78006

 

To register to attend in-person or for the live stream, click here

Listen to Andy and Devon Noel From Home:

Take advantage of the viewing at home option. You will receive an email on Friday, August 20, 2021, with a link to view and listen to the seminar. Also attached to that email will be the conference handouts.

You'll not only receive access to the streamed sessions on the day of the event, but you'll also have access to the recordings for an additional 30 days.

The livestream plus replay registration fee is $20. 

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What You'll Learn:

Synergizing Seven reSources to Solve Family Mysteries

 

Are you having trouble solving your family mysteries? When you combine four record sets and three research tools, you can begin solving your challenging genealogy mysteries. The class will discuss and demonstrate the principles taught through a case study for maximum learning and retention

DNA + Genealogy: How Multiple Resources Combine to Solve Family Mysteries

Cracking through a genealogy brick wall is possible when you add DNA into the mix. Learn the process and the records used to help solve a 40-year mystery. 

Self-Publishing: Family History Made Easy

The best way to preserve family history is to publish a book. But, once you have your manuscript finished, how do you prepare it for publication, and what services should you use? This class walks you through the process so you can have your family history in your hands efficiently and affordably.

Successfully Research British Ancestors When You Live Across the Pond

Many Americans have roots in the British Isles. Some record collections from these countries date back to the 1500s. What record collections are available for your research? Where do you find them? What are the pitfalls and obstacles to British Research?