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Meet Us in St. Louis!

Posted by on April 16, 2009 in Company News

Ancestry.com is excited to participate in the St. Louis Genealogical Society’s 39th Annual Genealogy Conference, May 2, 2009, in St. Louis, Missouri.

Ancestry.com expert Suzanne Russo Adams, AG, will be presenting on how to get the most from the Ancestry.com website. She will also offer an overview of Family Tree Maker, the #1 selling genealogical software program.

If you’re new to family history, the conference has classes to help you learn how to begin your family tree, what family information you can find in the federal censuses, how to use birth, marriage and death records, and much more. There will also be a vendor area.

The conference will be held at the Maryland Heights Centre, 2344 McKelvey Road, St. Louis, Missouri. Doors open at 7:30 am; the conference ends at 4:30. For more information, visit the St. Louis Genealogical Society’s website.

See you in St. Louis!

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