If You Want to Attend the New York State Family History Conference, the Time to Buy a Ticket is NOW!

The following announcement was written by the New York State Family History Conference. Notice the words “is approaching “sold out” status.

The New York State Family History Conference, scheduled for September 17–19 in Syracuse, New York, in partnership with the Federation of Genealogical Societies, is approaching “sold out” status. “The idea of the conference,” said Sue Miller, Education Director of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, “is to have the very top national presenters in a smaller, more personal conference environment.” The NYG&B and the Central New York Genealogical Society are the conference co-sponsors. Complete details are at www.NYSFHC.org.

Speakers include Judy Russell, the Legal Genealogist; DNA expert Blaine Bettinger; Thomas W. Jones; David E. Rencher; Curt B. Witcher; Josh Taylor; Dick Eastman; and many others. The first of the three days is an FGS Regional Conference. Conference sponsors include FamilySearch.org; Findmypast; the New England Historic Genealogical Society; the New York Public Library; the New York State Archives & Library; the William G. Pomeroy Foundation; and the Capital District Genealogical Society.

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