Names, Dates, and Places: Now What?
Attendees will discover they already have the materials to create factual and intriguing stories of their ancestors. This session will show the process of creating the story by using an actual case study of a family to demonstrate how to use documents to create living stories from their own Family History. Attendees already have the story; they just don’t realize it. This session will show them how.
Michael J. Hall
Mike has worked in the Family History Department for the past twenty-five years and is currently the Deputy Chief Genealogical Officer working with Libraries and Genealogical Societies worldwide. He chaired and serves on various genealogical and library association committees. Mike has written various genealogical guides for the Family History Library (FHL). He and his wife have four married children, and several grandchildren. Mike is a United States Marine (Once a Marine, always a Marine!).