“Finding A European Village of Origin” May 9, 2018 presented by James Beidler – Free Educational Genealogy Program

Researching German Ancestors will be the topic of this evening presentation and two earlier in the afternoon (see brochure below for information). This presentation will be a case study of Johannes Dinius, a 1765 immigrant to Pennsylvania, is used to show how scraps of evidence properly deployed can lead to the discovery of a European hometown.

James Beidler is a free-lance writer, lecturer and researcher specializing in German genealogy. Based in Pennsylvania, he is a sought after speaker nationally and has presented at many national genealogical conferences.

Guests are Always Welcome!

6:30 p.m. refreshments and social time the second Wednesday evening, September to May, at 7:00 p.m. is our free Genealogy Education Program normally in Meeting Room A at the Allen County Public Library (ACPL), 900 Library Plaza, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Day With James Beidler information

Day With James Beidler

Genealogy Technology Group

Third Wednesday evening September to May at 7:00 p.m in ACPL Meeting Room B. Round table discussion of anything related to genealogy research using the internet, computers, mobile devices, social media, software and much much more.

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