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Success with Jewish DNA: Basics of DNA and How to Overcome Issues
Saturday, October 8
Success with Jewish DNA: Basics of DNA and How to Overcome Issues  (Middlesex)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Presented by Jarrett Ross.
 
Register for this Zoom meeting at https://tinyurl.com/27ydanrb
 
This meeting is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 
This presentation will be of interest to everyone, not just those with Jewish ancestry.
 
This presentation will explore multiple case studies in researching Jarrett’s own family history using genetic genealogy. Using different types of DNA tests and multiple techniques to identify significant DNA matches Jarrett was able to expand multiple branches of his tree and find lost cousins, for both his Ashkenazi and Sephardi ancestry. This presentation will be of interest to everyone, not just those with Jewish ancestry.

Jarrett Ross began researching his own family history in 2009. Since then he has built his own personal tree with over 7000 people, successfully connected with thousands of relatives all over the world, and has helped build hundreds of trees for people of varying ancestral backgrounds.

Jarrett specializes in Genetic Genealogy and Sephardic Jewish research, with an emphasis on the Dutch Sephardim. He also specializes in Jewish Agricultural Societies of Southern New Jersey, Ashkenazi Jews, Jews in America, and Jews in the UK. Jarrett writes a blog called "Sephardic Genealogy.” He also has a vlog called "GeneaVlogger" where Jarrett talks about his research, gives genealogy tips, interviews other genealogists, and more. Jarrett currently works as Lead Forensic Genealogist at DNA Labs International, is a volunteer curator on Geni.com, is a Board Member of the Alliance Colony Foundation, serves as the Vice President of the Triangle Jewish Genealogical Society, and serves as chair on the Board of Directors for the IAJGS.



DNA SIG
Saturday, October 8
DNA SIG  (DNA)
12:45 pm
ZOOM MEETING
 

Following the Trail of Shared Matches

 DNA test results can be overwhelming. This case study shows how I used the shared matches within my DNA test results to narrow in on my maternal grandfather and fill in many holes in my family tree.

 

SEEMA KENNEY- A wife, mother of 3, grandmother, and entrepreneur, Seema is an experienced software instructor and a professional genealogist. Based on over 20 years of research, her known roots are deep in New England as well as England, Germany, and Sweden. DNA research has now added a line in The Netherlands.

She has a certificate in Genealogical Research from BU, completed ProGen and is an active member of several societies and part of the NERGC planning committee.

  FREE PROGRAM Public Welcome 



October 2022 Generations Book Club
Tuesday, October 11
October 2022 Generations Book Club  (Book Club)
7:30 pm
Virtual
Puzo's classic story about the loves, crimes and struggles confronted by one family of New York City immigrants living in Hell's Kitchen. Fresh from the farms in Italy, Lucia Santa struggles to hold her family together in a strange land. At turns poignant, comic and violent, The Fortunate Pilgrim is Italian-American fiction at its very best. (Amazon Review)
 
Copies of the book are available at your local library or the Commonwealth Catalog.
 
You must be logged in as a Member to join the event. Log-in to Members. Then go to "Event Registration" to participate in the book club. 


Rhode Island State Census for Genealogists
Saturday, October 15
Rhode Island State Census for Genealogists  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
Presented by Diane MacLean Beaumont
 
The colony and state of Rhode Island collected data on residents, statewide, ten times between 1774 and 1935. Each collection includes distinct and sometimes unusual questions. Learn how to access the returns today and get tips on evaluating the data and its meaning for family relationships.
 
Diane MacLean Boumenot specializes in southern New England genealogy research, including work on her own ancestors, who were among the original settlers of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. She shares her genealogy adventures on her website, One Rhode Island Family. In 2021, she published a new book, Rhode Island State Census for Genealogists. Additionally, Diane has a long career in association management and believes strongly in the powerful combination of organizations and members pursuing their passion. She holds a B.A. in American History and English from Wesleyan University. Diane is a graduate of ProGen 28 and Coordinator, ProGen 40.
 
SOMERSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
1464 County Street
Somerset, MA 02726
 
Business Meeting   11:00-11:30 am
Member Sharing     11:30-11:55 am
Presentation Begins at Noon
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information contact: bristol@msoginc.org
Schedule of Events Available at: https://msoginc.org
 
Those who wish to attend virtually, can pre-register at https://tinyurl.com/BristolOct2022​
 
 


A Brief History of Old Newbury
Saturday, October 22
A Brief History of Old Newbury  (Merrimack Valley)
10:00 am
GEORGETOWN PEABODY LIBRARY
ZOOM /HYBRID MEETING   
PEABODY LIBRARY 2 Maple ST Georgetown MA; arrival as early as 9:30am    
To attend Virtually by Zoom,
register here https://tinyurl.com/MVOct2022
Business Meeting 10AM
Presentation: 10:20AM     PUBLIC WELCOME,   MASKS OPTIONAL

  Bethany Groff Dorau,  Executive Director  

  MUSEUM OF OLD NEWBURY 

               A Brief History of Old Newbury

Take an illustrated ramble through the 17th century community of Newbury, present-day Newburyport, West Newbury, Newbury, and Byfield. Author, historian, and museum director Bethany Groff Dorau, descendant of 52 of the first European settler families of Old Newbury will use maps, court records, photographs, and other documents to provide a virtual tour of this important early New England town.

 

Bethany Groff Dorau is the author of A Newburyport Marine in World War I: The Life and Legacy of Eben Bradbury, A Brief History of Old Newbury (History Press), and a primary contributor to the Defining Documents in American History Series. She is the executive director of the Museum of Old Newbury, and a recipient of the Preservation Leadership Award from the Newburyport Preservation Trust, the Pioneer in Preservation Award from the Essex National Heritage Commission, and the North of Boston CVB Leadership Award. Bethany sits on the executive board of the North of Boston CVB, Lowell’s Boat Shop, and the planning committee of the Newburyport Literary Festival. She has published articles in the New York Times, New England Quarterly, the Encyclopedia of American History, and Historic New England Magazine. She holds an MA in History from the University of Massachusetts, and lives in West Newbury with her family.


 
 
 


A Librarian's Carpetbag Tips and Tricks
Thursday, October 27
A Librarian's Carpetbag Tips and Tricks  (Webinar)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Virtual
Join educator, genealogist, and librarian Tamara Hallo as she channels her inner Mary Poppins and pulls librarian tips and tricks out of her carpetbag. Discover how to look at research through a librarian’s eyes.
 
Tamara embarked on her journey to become a professional genealogist more than 15 years ago after finding a binder full of family history that was given to her mom by her great aunt. She was immediately hooked and picked up researching where her great great aunt left off. Throughout the years, she has focused on discovering and sharing the stories of my ancestors, discovering roots in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Texas, Arkansas, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Maryland, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Canada, England, Scotland, and Sweden.
 
Tamara has over 25 years of experience as an educator and holds a MLS degree. She also holds a certificate of genealogical research from Boston University and has completed ProGen. She has taken courses at SLIG Academy, IGHR, and GRIP. You can learn more about Tamara at her website, Hallo Genealogy Services.
 
You must be logged in as a Member to join the event. Log-in at https://www.msoginc.org/members.php. Go to "Event Registration" to register for the webinar.



November 2022 Generations Book Club
Tuesday, November 1
November 2022 Generations Book Club  (Book Club)
7:30 pm
Virtual
American Passage captures a time and a place unparalleled in American immigration and history, and articulates the dramatic and bittersweet accounts of the immigrants, officials, interpreters, and social reformers who all played an important role in Ellis Island's chronicle. In this sweeping, often heart-wrenching epic, Vincent J. Cannato reveals that the history of Ellis Island is ultimately the story of what it means to be an American. (Amazon Review)
 
Copies of the book are available at your local library or the Commonwealth Catalog.
 
You must be logged in as a Member to join the event. Log-in to Members. Then go to "Event Registration" to participate in the book club. 


RESEACHING THE UNEXPECTED
Saturday, November 5
RESEACHING THE UNEXPECTED  (Annual Meeting)
9:00 am
ZOOM ONLY SEE BELOW for MEMBERS ONLY REGISTRATION
Quakers, Aggies, and Archivists: An Inside Look at Genealogy Resources in UMass Amherst’s Archives
11:00 am, November 5, 2022
Presented by Caroline J. White, Archives and Manuscript Librarian, University of Massachusetts Amherst
to REGISTER Login in on the home page under Member. See listing under Event Registration. 
Want to join us for this event but not a member:
Virtual Annual Meeting is free for MSOG members or $25 for non-members (the same price as joining MSOG!).
Join us, network, learn, have fun! 
 
 
The Robert S. Cox Special Collections and University Archives Research Center (SCUA), in the UMass Amherst Libraries, holds more than 1,500 collections of varying sizes and in a range of formats. SCUA is open to all, and researchers come from on campus, off campus, and way off campus to use the collections; those unable to visit ask questions by email and/or use SCUA’s ever-growing online digital collections. For researchers whose interests are genealogical, whether they are asking about one ancestor or trying to construct a complete family history, SCUA has two collections that are chiefly consulted: the New England Yearly Meeting of Friends Records and the University Archives.
 
In a presentation that will describe SCUA’s holdings and include examples of her own work helping researchers and seekers of genealogical information, Caroline White will cover the following:
  • SCUA’s mission and collecting areas
  • Collection highlights
  • Collections for genealogical research including
  • New England Yearly Meeting of Friends Records: what they are/include, why we have them, how they fit into our collecting mission
  • University Archives (official and unofficial): how they come in, what they include, what they do not include
  • How to work effectively with an archivist, whether doing research in person or remotely
  • SCUA resources and using them/how researchers (and casual Googlers) find us
  • Challenges of remote research and why everything isn’t digitized
  • Digitization hopes and dreams and challenges
 
Biographical note
Caroline J. White, Archives and Manuscript Librarian in the Robert S. Cox Special Collections and University Archives Research Center (SCUA), in the UMass Amherst Libraries, is a graduate of Simmons School of Library and Information Science, where she earned an MS in archives management, and of Princeton University, where she majored in English. Before becoming an archivist, she worked for nineteen years as an editor for Viking, Penguin, and Penguin Classics, in New York City. She teaches as an adjunct instructor in Simmons’ archives program; has held several short-term positions at Mount Holyoke College’s Archives and Special Collections; and has given presentations at professional conferences including the Society of American Archivists, New England Archivists, and Academic Library Advancement and Development Network. A native of Philadelphia, her mother’s hometown, she grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, like her Kentucky-born father, but also has deep roots in Massachusetts, her adopted state. She can be reached at cjwhite@umass.edu; email SCUA at scua@library.umass.edu.


Tracking DNA Matches With AirTable *Special Members-Only Event*
Saturday, November 12
Tracking DNA Matches With AirTable *Special Members-Only Event*  (Middlesex)
Presented by Nicole Dyer.
 
This program is for MSOG Members only. Login to the MSOG website to register.


Introduction to Family Tree Maker Software
Saturday, November 19
Introduction to Family Tree Maker Software  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
Presented by Michael McClellan
 
Family Tree Maker is one of the top genealogy programs available on the market today. We will take a closer look how to use this powerful software to keep your genealogy research and all your associated media files organized and readily available at your fingertips.
 
Michael McClellan is a certificate holder of Boston University’s Genealogical Research course along with holding degrees in Computer Programming and Accounting. He is passionate about his family history research, specializing in Swedish and New England research. He has deep roots in the U.S., being a descendant of the Mayflower through both of his parents. He has been involved with genealogy for about 17 years and he loves to talk about it whenever possible.
 
SOMERSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
1464 County Street
Somerset, MA 02726
 
Business Meeting   11:00-11:30 am
Member Sharing     11:30-11:55 am
Presentation Begins at Noon
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information contact: bristol@msoginc.org
Schedule of Events Available at: https://msoginc.org
 
Those who wish to attend virtually, can pre-register at https://tinyurl.com/BristolNov2022



Comparing the Big 3 – Ancestry, MyHeritage, and Family Search
Saturday, December 3
Comparing the Big 3 – Ancestry, MyHeritage, and Family Search  (Worcester)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Virtual
Presented by Sunny Morton
 
Sunny is a longtime Contributing Editor at Family Tree Magazine; Content Manager for YourDNAGuide.com; contributor to FamilySearch’s blog; and past Editor of Ohio Genealogy News. She is author of Story of My Life: A Workbook for Preserving Your Legacy, now in its 2nd edition, and won the National Genealogical Society's prestigious Book Award for How to Find Your Family History in U.S. Church Records, co-authored with Harold Henderson, CG. 
 
  9:30 am EST  Socializing
  9:45 am EST  Business meeting
10:00 am EST  Presentation
 
This will be a Virtual presentation.  It is free and open to the public.
Pre-registration is required:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Introduction to Metes and Bounds
Saturday, December 10
Introduction to Metes and Bounds  (Middlesex)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Presented by Kimberly Powell, CG
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 
This meeting will be online via Zoom.


Getting Started With Portuguese Genealogy
Saturday, December 17
Getting Started With Portuguese Genealogy  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
 
Presented by Margaret R. Fortier
 
This lecture outlines the four waves of Portuguese immigration to the US, primarily to Massachusetts, California, and Hawaii, and focuses on Massachusetts. Naming patterns and name changes are illustrated as well as the flexible system of surnames. Using the FAN club, US records, with special emphasis on the wealth of Portuguese-American newspapers, are examined for clues to locating the family in Portugal. Portuguese Catholic records and passports are reviewed.
 
Margaret Rose Fortier, CG® is a Board-certified genealogical researcher, writer, and lecturer. Named for her grandmothers and inspired by her mother’s phenomenal memory, she has been researching for 20 years. Her article, “The Identity of Alcina, Wife of Oscar Furkey of Quebec and Vermont,” was recently published in the National Genealogical Society Quarterly.
 
She specializes in French-Canadian, Portuguese-American, and Italian-American research in New England. A graduate of Boston College and Bentley University, she holds a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University. She serves on the board of the Association of Professional Genealogists and is a facilitator for the virtual Certification Discussion Group. She is grateful that her dear friend introduced her to the wonderful world of Portuguese research.
 
SOMERSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
1464 County Street
Somerset, MA 02726
 
Business Meeting   11:00-11:30 am
Member Sharing     11:30-11:55 am
Presentation Begins at Noon
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information contact: bristol@msoginc.org
Schedule of Events Available at: https://msoginc.org
 
Those who wish to attend virtually, can pre-register at TBA
 



Family History Center of Franklin, MA
Saturday, January 7, 2023
Family History Center of Franklin, MA  (Worcester)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
In Person
Presented by Wayne McDougall
 
Join us at the Family History Center and see what the center has to offer for genealogists.
 
Wayne was born and raised in Australia, an amateur genealogist since the 1970's.  He studied law, economics and finance at the University of Tasmania and Brigham Young University, completing BA and MBA degrees.  Wayne is now retired from a career in Financial Services.  He has worked in the local Family History Center for 25 years and oversaw the annual Family History Conferences for a number of those years.  He is most familiar with English and Scottish research and completed many courses on British research.  Wayne is the father of five children and seven grandchildren, all of whom he hopes to infect with the "genealogy bug" soon.
 
Presentation starts at 10:00 am EST.
Short business meeting and social time following the presentation.
This will be an IN PERSON event.  We may present virtually as well.  If so, a Zoom pre-registration link will be provided soon.
Pre-registration for the IN PERSON event is suggested, by emailing worcester@msoginc.org.
 
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.     
 
Location:
Enter at the back of the church, go up the stairs, through the entrance, and the library is the first door on the left.
LDS Church
91 Jordan Rd
Franklin, MA


Freedman's Bureau Records
Saturday, January 14, 2023
Freedman's Bureau Records  (Middlesex)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Presented by Ari Wilkins
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 
This meeting will be online via Zoom.


Time Travel with Google Earth
Saturday, January 21, 2023
Time Travel with Google Earth  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
Presented by Lisa Louise Cooke
 
Get ready to experience old historic maps, genealogical records, images, and videos coming together to create stunning time travel experiences in the free Google Earth program. We’ll incorporate automated changing boundaries and uncover historic maps that are built right into Google Earth. Tell time travel stories that will truly excite your non-genealogist relatives! You’ve never seen anything like this class!
 
Lisa Louise Cooke is the author of several books including The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox, 3rdedition. She produces and hosts the popular Genealogy Gems Podcast, and the free weekly YouTube show Elevenses with Lisa at the Genealogy Gems YouTube channel. She offers a Premium Membership service at her website https://lisalouisecooke.com featuring exclusive on-demand genealogy education. She writes a regular column for Family Tree Magazine and produces the Family Tree Magazine Podcast.
 
SOMERSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
1464 County Street
Somerset, MA 02726
 
Business Meeting   11:00-11:30 am
Member Sharing     11:30-11:55 am
Presentation Begins at Noon
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information contact: bristol@msoginc.org
Schedule of Events Available at: https://msoginc.org
 
Those who wish to attend virtually, can pre-register at TBA



Remembering Worcester State Hospital
Saturday, February 4, 2023
Remembering Worcester State Hospital  (Worcester)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Location TBD
Presented by Joy Hennig
 
Nothing embodies the complex history of mental health care in America better than institutions like Worcester State Hospital. Founded in the 19th century as part of a reformist movement, Worcester State has been of enduring importance to inmates, family members, and the community at large for nearly two centuries. This program will trace the history of the institution and its impact on the lives of our ancestors.
 
Joy Hennig is the Local History and Genealogy Librarian at the Worcester Public Library and an avid genealogical sleuth.
 
  9:30 am EST    Socializing
  9:45 am EST    Business meeting
10:00 am EST    Presentation
 
Location TBD.  The presentation is free and open to the public.
 
 


Genealogical Literacy: What Every Genealogist Should Know
Saturday, February 11, 2023
Genealogical Literacy: What Every Genealogist Should Know  (Middlesex)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Presented by Kathleen Kaldis
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 
This meeting will be online via Zoom.


7th Annual Ancestors Day
Saturday, February 18, 2023
7th Annual Ancestors Day  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
Presented by Bristol Chapter members.
 
Every year, several members from the “Bristol Chapter” volunteer to share interesting stories and research anecdotes about their family. Members will enlighten attendees with their triumphs, journeys, family stories and roadblocks in their quest to find their ancestors.
In an entertaining way, you will learn fascinating facts about our members and their families. Not all the research will result in a happy ending but nevertheless everyone will leave enlightened and energized to solve a family lore. Regardless of what you learn, the day will prove to be fun and educational.
 
SOMERSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
1464 County Street
Somerset, MA 02726
 
Business Meeting   11:00-11:30 am
Member Sharing     11:30-11:55 am
Presentation Begins at Noon
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information contact: bristol@msoginc.org
Schedule of Events Available at: https://msoginc.org
 
Those who wish to attend virtually, can pre-register at TBA



Hunting My French-Canadian Ancestors
Saturday, March 4, 2023
Hunting My French-Canadian Ancestors  (Worcester)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Location TBD
Greg Paris presents
Hunting My French-Canadian Ancestors:  An Anglophone Deals with Drouin & Poor Handwriting
 
Greg is a retired scientist, now living on a sheep farm.  He has PA, NY and New England ancestors that go back to English, German, Swedish and French-Canadian roots.  He is also a past vice president of the Worcester chapter.
 
  9:30 am EDT    Socializing
  9:45 am EDT    Business meeting
10:00 am EDT    Presentation
 
Location TBD.  The presentation is free and open to the public.


Controlling Chaos: Managing a Genealogical Project
Saturday, March 11, 2023
Controlling Chaos: Managing a Genealogical Project  (Middlesex)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Presented by Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG, CGL
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 
This meeting will be online via Zoom.


TBD
Saturday, March 18, 2023
TBD  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
Presented by Maureen Taylor
 
Program TBA
 
SOMERSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
1464 County Street
Somerset, MA 02726
 
Business Meeting   11:00-11:30 am
Member Sharing     11:30-11:55 am
Presentation Begins at Noon
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information contact: bristol@msoginc.org
Schedule of Events Available at: https://msoginc.org
 
Those who wish to attend virtually, can pre-register at TBA



Claim To Fame
Saturday, April 1, 2023
Claim To Fame  (Worcester)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Location TBD
Chapter members will discuss their famous or infamous ancestors.
  • Who are they?
  • Why are they considered famous or infamous?
  • How did you research their connection and their life?
  • What have you done to document or share the family connection?
Location: TBD.  This presentation is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.


Where Did They Come From? Irish Migration Routes
Saturday, April 8, 2023
Where Did They Come From? Irish Migration Routes  (Middlesex)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Presented by Pamela Holland
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 
This meeting will be online via Zoom.


Saturday, April 15, 2023
TBD  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
Program TBA
 
SOMERSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
1464 County Street
Somerset, MA 02726
 
Business Meeting   11:00-11:30 am
Member Sharing     11:30-11:55 am
Presentation Begins at Noon
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information contact: bristol@msoginc.org
Schedule of Events Available at: https://msoginc.org
 
Those who wish to attend virtually, can pre-register at TBA


Program TBD
Saturday, April 29, 2023
Program TBD  (Worcester)
Details coming soon



TBD
Saturday, May 13, 2023
TBD  (Middlesex)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
TBA
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 
This meeting will be online via Zoom.


Saturday, May 20, 2023
TBD  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
Program TBA
 
SOMERSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
1464 County Street
Somerset, MA 02726
 
Business Meeting   11:00-11:30 am
Member Sharing     11:30-11:55 am
Presentation Begins at Noon
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information contact: bristol@msoginc.org
Schedule of Events Available at: https://msoginc.org
 
Those who wish to attend virtually, can pre-register at TBA



Annual Dinner Meeting
Saturday, June 3, 2023
Annual Dinner Meeting  (Worcester)
Location TBD
Program TBD
Details coming soon


Middlesex Chapter Annual Meeting
Saturday, June 10, 2023
Middlesex Chapter Annual Meeting  (Middlesex)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
TBA
 
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 
This meeting will be online via Zoom.


Saturday, June 17, 2023
Bristol Chapter Annual Meeting  (Bristol)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Attend in Person or Virtually via Zoom
Program TBA