The Genealogy Roadshow is Coming to Houston and You Are Invited to Attend

On Sunday, Nov. 22nd, PBS’ Genealogy Roadshow will be taping an episode at the Ideson Library Building, 550 McKinney & Smith Street in downtown Houston. The location is across the street from City Hall. The public is invited to attend as audience members from 9 am to 6 pm. It probably will be crowded so you might want to show up a bit early to get a good viewing location.

Click on the image below to see a larger version of the event brochure:


Reblogged this on familytreegirldotcom and commented:
Sharing news posted by Dick Eastman about the Genealogy Roadshow in Houston! I hope folks submit…


So do the audience members get to have help finding out about their ancestors or do they already have people and we would only watch them get help? I would love to find out about my family.


    Audience members are there to watch although the show’s producers will have some genealogists available to help get you started. The show’s guests all submitted their requests months in advance and their ancestry was researched weeks or perhaps months in advance of the taping of the show in Houston.


Then why is the application to appear on the Houston show still online if it had to be submitted months in advance?


Goodness I wish I had known about this sooner so I could ask questions. Have been tracing my Furgerson line for years with little success. Thank you.


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