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Annual Seminar

The Pinellas Genealogy Society is proud to announce the schedule of classes for its 2003 Annual Seminar.
The date for the Seminar is January 25, 2003 and will be held at the Family History Center, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 9000 106th Avenue North, Largo, Florida.
Make plans now to join us while hunting your ancestors.
Featured Speaker is
John T. Humphrey
He is an award winning author, Director of the National Genealogy Society’s Learning Center in Arlington, Virginia. His responsibilities at NGS include managing the home study and online courses.  He supervises program content for all NGS regional and national conferences and he plans and administers domestic and foreign research trips.
Mr. Humphreys has written numerous articles and has authored nineteen books. His principal genealogical publication is the fourteen-volume set of Pennsylvania Births – that lists more than 170,000 recorded births in eleven eastern Pennsylvania counties. He lectures on national television and public radio where he discusses various aspects of genealogy.  He resides in Washington D.C. where he received his B.A. in government and public administration.

Documentation, It's Essential - Beginner to Intermediate
Developing the Skills to become a Genealogist - Intermediate to Advanced
Reconstructing Families on the Colonial Frontier - Intermediate to Advanced
Researching Eighteenth Century Germans - Intermediate to Advanced

If you have questions contact:
Damon Hostetler: Seminar Chair

Schedule of Classes

1. Research in Germany David Dellinger
2. Internet Discussion Group
3. Tampa Bay Resources
4. Courthouse Records Bette Hostetler
5. 1930 Census M. Hazel
6. Documentation, It's Essential John T. Humphrey
7. Developing the Skills to become a Genealogist  John T. Humphrey
8. Reconstructing Families on the Colonial Frontier John T. Humphrey
9. Researching Eighteenth Century Germans  John T. Humphrey
Classes 1 2 3 4 5
Class 6 Documentation, It's Essential
Classes 7 Developing the Skills to become a Genealogist
Classes 8 Reconstructing Families on the Colonial Frontier
Classes 9 Researching Eighteenth Century Germans

NOTE: Caffeinated drinks and food are not allowed in the facility. Please respect our hosts.

This Year the Pinellas Genealogy Society and the Millennium Seminar Committee have set the following price for Pinellas Genealogy Society  tickets.

Early Registration: (Post marked before Jan. 17, 2003) Includes: Seminar, Lunch, Door Prize Number $35.00
Late Registration: (Post marked between Jan. 17, 2003 and Jan. 18th, 2003) Includes Seminar, Lunch, Door Prize Number $40.00
At the door: Includes Seminar and Lunch if available $45.00

To join the Pinellas Genealogy Society include a check for $16.00 for single membership and $24.00 joint (two in the same household) membership.

Registration from to be printed and mailed is here.