New York State Family History Conference Early Bird Registration

The following announcement was written by the organizers of the New York State Family History Conference:

New York State Family History Conference Early Bird Rates until May 31

Join us for the 2015 New York State Family History Conference in Syracuse, New York on
September 17–19. Early bird registration rates are available through May 31 at www.NYSFHC.org.

The first day of the three-day event is a regional FGS conference featuring David Rencher, Josh Taylor, and Curt Witcher as lead speakers; the second and third days of the conference include both general and New York-focused tracks, and a full track on genetic genealogy. Speakers include Dick Eastman, Judy Russell (the Legal Genealogist), Henry Hoff (NEHGS); Josh Taylor (Findmypast); Thomas W. Jones; Eric Grundset (DAR); and Blaine Bettinger (the Genetic Genealogist), to name a few. Conference sponsors include the NEHGS; the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society; Findmypast; FamilySearch; the New York Public Library; the New York State Archives and Library; and the Central New York Genealogical Society.

Attendees wishing hotel reservations should call the very attractive Holiday Inn and Conference Center at 315-457-1122 and use the discount code “CGS”.

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