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Ancestry Day: Las Vegas!

Posted by Pam Velazquez on April 8, 2013 in Events

Take your skills to the next level! Join us for Ancestry Day Las Vegas on May 11th, 2013 at the LVH Convention Center. Whether you have been using Ancestry.com for years or you are a brand new user, you won’t want to miss this event. Full day registration is only $25.

Here is a sneak peak of the presentations: Ancestry 101; Search Smarter: Tips & Tricks for finding your Ancestors; Getting the Most from Ancestry.com; and a Live Q&A Panel. In addition, all attendees will be able to check out the NGS Conference exhibit hall for free.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Ancestry experts and network with fellow genealogists.

Space is limited. Register today!

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1 Forest SmithApril 8, 2013 at 7:09 pm

1930 census for Missouri, I am looking for Gideon Hightower (1877). The census form has Fishing River Twp., in Clay County, MO. Clay County does not have a Fishing River Twp.. Fishing River Twp., is located in Ray County, MO.

I am trying to work up a ancestry Tree for Hilton Stroup (decessed) and Lorraine Rippey Reith (Westover) (Morphis) STROUP both sides of the family. Is that possible or not??

3 kelly r davisMay 7, 2013 at 4:41 pm

My life changed, the day my mother died, she told me , that she was not my mother that , she adopted me through an aranged marriage ? I want to know the truth, please help me!!!!!!

4 Pat SaletoreMay 11, 2013 at 6:52 pm

I just attended the Las Vegas Ancestry Day. It was really enjoyable and I did learn some new stuff regarding the use of Ancestry.com. I went up to thank you at the “break out” but there were so many people who needed your help, I just left. But I wanted to thank you and the rest of the team for a very interesting day.

Pat Saletore

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