Posted by Jeanie Croasmun on October 11, 2010 in Events

Join the experts from Ancestry.com and the New England Historical and Genealogical Society this Saturday for Boston Family History Day. Get answers to your research questions, attend a full day of how-to classes, and get hands-on tips for taking your family history further than ever before. Pre-register for the event (just $38 for the day) through Tuesday night or register at the door day of show. Learn more at www.familyhistoryday.com.

See you there.

Jeanie Croasmun

Jeanie Croasmun has been working at Ancestry.com while futilely attempting to prove the horse thief story in her family history for over seven years. During that time, she learned enough about her family to determine that the story is likely a great work of fiction. But the search continues ...

4 Comments

  1. If I were there at the Boston I would surely have come there to the venue but unfortunately I am out of Boston nowadays, and cant reach! But I hope there will a lot of fun there.

  2. Hi Jeanie
    Is it possible to give a litle more notice about these events – or if you already do just point us to the link.

    While we would love to attend the event we work and therefore cannot schedule the time off at such short notice to travel. Give us a month advance and we think about a special trip.

    When are you in Texas? 🙂

    best regards – C&T

  3. Tony,

    There was a Blog entry last August about the event…

    Join Ancestry.com in Boston!
    Posted by Anastasia Tyler on August 11, 2010 in Company News

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    Make a date to meet generations of your family at
    Boston Family History Day 2010 – Saturday, October 16, 2010
    Brought to you by Ancestry.com and the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS)
    Register today for this exciting event, which will include a full day of classes, family history, and of course Ancestry.com experts on hand to answer… Read more

  4. Thanks Andy

    I don’t get to read all the blogs – just think that as it was here in ‘Events’ that’s where it would be advertised. 2 cents worth.

    TonyC

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