Middlesex Chapter Meeting
Presented by Kelvin L. Meyers
When we allow the records to "talk" to us, we learn many things about our ancestors. We learn about family relationships, the family's social status, and prove marriages without marriage records. Records of probate can be some of the most fruitful for genealogists. Join us to learn the methodology of working within these record groups.
A fifth-generation Texan and professional forensic genealogist since 1996, Kelvin is a popular speaker to genealogical societies and family associations throughout the United States. Kelvin works with several mineral companies in Texas, researching heirs throughout the US and the world. He also specializes in southern brick wall problems for clients.
He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, a past President of the Lone Star Chapter of APG, and a founding member of the Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG). Kelvin is also the director of the Texas Institute of Genealogical Research (TIGR), sponsored by the Texas State Genealogical Society.
Kelvin is the author of Research in Texas for the National Genealogical Society's Research in the States series and an award-winner of The Dallas Genealogical Society's Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck Distinguished Service Award.
This program is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.