George G. Morgan joins Pharos Teaching & Tutors

Pharos Tutors.bmpPharos Teaching & Tutoring has been providing a special way of learning about British and Irish family history – through online courses since March 2006.  Now, George G. Morgan, President of Aha! Seminars, Inc., international conference speaker, best selling author of How to Do Everything with Your Genealogy and the new Official Guide to, and self-confessed “rabid genealogist” joins the list of teachers bringing new subjects to Pharos., aimed at helping North American researchers ‘leap the pond’ to their ancestral roots in Britain and Europe.

George’s first course for Pharos is U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Records: Keys to Ancestral Origins.  The course starts on 30th October and runs for six weeks.  George’s second course-U.S. Genealogical Research Using the Internet-will be run early in 2008.

Among George’s other genealogical activities, he is the co-host of The Genealogy Guys Podcast, the longest-running genealogy podcast in the world at He is an officer of two genealogical societies and a member of more than thirty others. He also regularly writes for magazines, journals, and several online venues. George brings more than 40 years of genealogy experience to teach you some of the best classes in the world-through Pharos.

Pharos is the first British company to provide online classes aimed specifically at helping researchers with British and Irish ancestry.  Students can register and pay on the website at . Arrangements for courses are simple and flexible making it easy to get started, study in your own time without having to travel, get help from experienced teachers, and chat about family history with other students. Courses are aimed at beginners and experienced researchers alike. Course Director, Sherry Irvine believes that everyone should find new research ideas as well as renewed confidence and enthusiasm in every Pharos course.

For more information on courses at Pharos, email

For more information please contact Helen Osborn in London, UK at Helen Osborn Research Ltd. (+ 44 (0) 20 8542 6552 or  or George G. Morgan at

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