2015 Kentuckiana Family History Conference – October 10, 2015

Keynote Speaker
Dennis BrimhallDennis Brimhall became President and CEO of FamilySearch International and Managing Director of The Family History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in January 2012. Brimhall is known for creating long-term strategic visions and plans for companies. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University and Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management. He holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Colorado.


CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

This conference is for anyone ages 12 and up. Daycare will not be provided.

8:45- 9:30 am

Key Note Speaker: Dennis Brimhall

1st Session: (9:45 – 10:45 am)
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1. Researching English Records (click for more) – Marie Byatt
2. Searching Techniques for Location Cemetery and Interments Records (click for more) – Joe Hardestry
3. Using Facebook and Public Media in Family Research (click for more) – Chris Hettinger
4. Find, Take and Teach for Beginners – A Discussion (click for more) – Dennis Brimhall

2nd Session: (11:00 -12:00 pm)
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1. Preserving Family Treasures (click for more) – Jana Meyers
2. The “How Tos” of Newspaper Database Research (click for more) – Joe Hardesty
3. Introduction to Kinpoint (click for more) – Michelle Walsh
4. Which One is OUR James (click for more) – Nancy Robinson
5. How Can I Publish My Family History (click for more) – Gwen Blackburn

3rd Session: (1:00 – 2:00 pm)
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1. Family History Center Open (click for more) – Nancy LeCron
2. Family Search – My Trees Part ONE (click for more) – Joe Kraig
3. Researching Women – Where O Where Can They Be (click for more) – Pamela Brinegar
4. Using Computers in Family Research (click for more) – Phil Hysel

4th Session: (2:15 -3:15 pm)
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1. Family History Center Open (click for more) – Nancy LeCron
2. Family Search – My Trees Part TWO (click for more) – Joe Kraig
3. Researching Women – Casting a Wider Net (click for more) – Pamela Brinegar
4. How to Conduct an Effective Personal Interview (click for more) – Mark McKinney

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