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2005 Annual Education Seminar

The Pinellas Genealogy Society Inc., presents

Sandra Hargreaves Luebking

“Knowledgeable, versatile, humorous, and organized” is how audiences at 1,000-plus national lectures describe Sandra Hargreaves Luebking. Her lecturing skills have been honed by graduate studies in communication and a natural teaching ability. A true professional with a relaxed, easy stage presence, she has appeared on television and radio. She will convey the most complex strategies and concepts in a clear, concise and interesting manner. Sandra Hargreaves Luebking is well known as co-editor of, The Source: A Guide to Genealogical Research, Rev. Ed (1997) and the editor of FORUM magazine. She has taught hundreds of researchers since 1979 at the Samford University's Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research, Birmingham, Alabama and, since 1994, at the Genealogical Institute of Mid-America, cosponsored by Illinois State Genealogical Society and University of Illinois-Springfield.


Lectures include:

More Land, John? – Techniques in the use of land purchases and sales records.

 Trials and Tribulations – Capture those persons who lived “on the fringe” of mainstream society.

 Finding Females – Grandma, Where Are You? – How to pursue that most elusive of antecedents:  the female.





Lineage Societies- Questions and Answers

Bob and Bette Raup


Picturing the Past: Family Clues in Photographs

Carla Kerns


The Changing Technology in Genealogy –

Damon Hostetler


German Research – Gerd Hemminger


Ireland/Northern Ireland – It’s all Irish

Maureen Hauge


Saturday, January 22nd, 2005

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Family History Center

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

9001 106th Avenue North, Largo, FL


Seminar includes Luncheon Speech by Sandra Luebking


Printable Registration Form available here.

Contact:  Mercedes Bleattler at 727-587-6748.



Registration and Check-In


Welcome and Announcements


Lecture #1 – Sandra Leubking: More Land, John?


Break and Browsing


Breakout Groups (Pick one of five topics)


Lunch with talk: “I Want to be the Ancestor of a Genealogist” by Sandra Luebking


Lecture #2 – Sandra Leubking: Trials and Tribulations.


Break and Browsing


Lecture #3 – Sandra Leubking:  Finding Females:  Grandma, Where Are You?


Closing Remarks


Registration Fees:
Seminar Fee and 2005 PGS Membership
$50.00 (single)
Two at same household $90.00
Includes: 2005 Pinellas Genealogy Society membership dues and Quarterly issues of the Pinellas Genealogist, Seminar, Lunch, Door Prize number (PGS Membership is not required to attend the seminar.)

Seminar Fee for all non-members

Includes: Seminar, Lunch, Door Prize number

At the Door Registration:

Includes: Seminar, and Lunch if available

If you wish confirmation of your registration, send an S.A.S.E. with your registration form.
Registration postmarked by 8 January guarantees lunch.