Ancestry Day in
Daylong Event Features Ge
nealogy Experts, Lectures and Consultations
Ancestry.com and the California Ge
nealogical Society (CGS) are partnering to present Ancestry Day in San Francisco 2011 — Saturday, November 5, 2011, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco, located at 5 Embarcadero Center on the waterfront near the historic Ferry Building.
This full-day event will help you start or hone your ge
Registration is open. The “early bird” price (through
The day will include
- More than a dozen family history lectures
- Ancestry.com experts on-hand to answer your questions
- One-on-one consultations with ge
- Beginner’s classes where your family and friends can learn the basics
With more than five billion historical records and in excess of 20 million family trees, Ancestry.com is the world's largest ge
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Thanks so much, Diane! We appreciate your help in getting the word out. With almost 700 registered (and we are still a month out) this will prove to be the largest gathering of family history enthusiasts in the history of San Francisco.ReplyDelete