Summit County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society
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Wednesday, April 26 through Saturday, April 29
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference  (Special Event)
Sandusky, Ohio
The Ohio Genealogical Society will hold their annual convention in Sandusky, OH April 26th through the 29th.



Saturday, May 20
Find A Grave  (Chapter Meetings)
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Akron-Summit County Public Library, downtown
Our speaker will be Cheri Goldner, Librarian from Special Collections at the Akron Main Library.  She will tell us how to make the most of using the Find A Grave website.



Saturday, June 17
Cemetery Invasion  (Chapter Meetings)
TBD
Kelly McKnight, our Cemetery Chair, will announce the location of our annual cemetery invasion at a later date.



Saturday, July 15
Using DNA Testing in Genealogical Research  (Chapter Meetings)
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Akron-Summit County Public Library, downtown
Our speaker will be Julie Wilson.  Julie will cover how the results from 3 types of dna tests might be used in your research and help connect you with other researchers. Join us for this informative presentation.



Saturday, September 16
English and Welsh Research - Part 1  (Chapter Meetings)
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Akron-Summit County Public Library, downtown
Our speaker will be Liz Pearon.  Her specialty is Engish and Welsh research.  Her presentation will be the Fundamentals of English and Welsh Family History Research. This presentation will provide all you need to know about easily accessible family history records.  What records are available and what records are not available.  Liz will cover administrative jurisdictions, parish chest records, and the government census. 



Saturday, October 21
English and Welsh Research - Part 2  (Chapter Meetings)
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Akron-Summit County Public Library, downtown
We are pleased to have our speaker from September, Liz Pearon, returning this month.  Liz will continue the conversation on administrative jurisdictions, parish chest records, and the government census.