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Hamilton County Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 15865
Cincinnati, Ohio 45215-0865
Telephone:  (513) 956-7078

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Advanced Genealogy Forum (AGF) Cluster Research & Indirect Evidence
Saturday, September 15
Advanced Genealogy Forum (AGF) Cluster Research & Indirect Evidence
10:30 am
Room 3A, Main Branch, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
The AGF will continue its focus on cluster research techniques in the fall. We will kick on in September with an author-led discussion that uses indirect evidence to establish the identity of Richard Andrews in Stark County, Ohio.
 
Article:  Jean Andrews,“Indirect Evidence for the Identity of Richard Andrews (1748-1824) of Stark County, Ohio,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly  103 (March 2015): 37-48.
Discussion Leader: Jean Andrews, CG
 
Discussion questions will be posted here about a month before the event. If you have any questions or have difficulty obtaining the article, please contact Liz Stratton, Education@hcgsohio.org



Advanced Genealogy Forum (AGF) Cluster Research
Saturday, November 17
Advanced Genealogy Forum (AGF) Cluster Research
10:30 am
Room 3A, Main Branch, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
This month's discussion will focus on an article by Elizabeth Shown Mills that uses cluster research to solve a complex genealogical problem.
 
Article: Elizabeth Shown Mills,“Frontier Research Strategies—Weaving a Web to Snare a Birth Family: John Watts (ca. 1749–ca. 1822),” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 104 (September 2016): 165–90; PDF download at Elizabeth Shown Mills’s Historic Pathways (https://www.historicpathways.com : 2018) > Articles > Cluster Research (FAN Principle).
Discussion Leader: Linda Dietrich
 
If you have difficulty obtaining the article or would like to be added to the email list, please contact Liz Stratton, Education@hcgsohio.org. Article discussion questions will be posted here about a month before the session.
 
The Advanced Genealogy Forum is a peer-lead discussion group that explores strategies to solve complex genealogical problems.