RQG are proud to announce that the following members will be taking part at RootsTech, London in October.
David Annal – ‘My Ancestors Were Liars’.
Nick Barratt – ‘Legal sources for genealogy’ AND ‘The smuggler king of Cullercoats’.
Jenifer Burden – ‘A sense of place: Land records and maps’.
John Cleary – ‘Tools for tree-building using Y-DNA test results and surname projects’.
Myko Clelland – ‘Beyond the British Census’, ‘Scottish Genealogy: Beyond the basics’ AND ‘To have and to hold: Understanding British marriage records’.
Linda Hammond – ‘Mind Mapping and its place in organising and guiding your genealogical research’.
Alasdair Macdonald – Exploring your Scottish genealogy using Y-DNA
Tahitia McCabe – ‘How did my Scottish ancestors get married? Was it a regular, irregular, church or civil ceremony?’ AND ‘Scotland’s churches: an introduction to their history and their records’.
Alison Spring – ‘Beyond Scotland’s People: Breaking Down Brick Walls in Scottish Research’.
Sylvia Valentine – ‘Tracing Ancestors: Researching English and Welsh Workhouse Records’.
Penny Walters – ‘The Psychology of Searching – why are you looking for dead people?’ AND ‘Ethical Dilemmas in Genealogy’.
See the full schedule here: https://www.rootstech.org/schedule
John Cleary and Laura House will be taking part on the DNA Testing Panel Discussion.
Shannon Combs Bennett, Heather Nowlan, Sylvia Valentine and Penny Walters are also RootsTech Ambassadors.
When you get a spare few minutes don’t forget to pop along to table 7 near the Cyber Café and say hello to our members on the RQG stand.