Ann Lawthers-Using Occupations to Trace Ancestors
         
Saturday, November 6
Ann Lawthers-Using Occupations to Trace Ancestors 
12:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Meeting via Zoom
 
Ann Lawthers, Genealogist with NEHGS, will present:
 
 Using Occupations to Trace Ancestors
 
Many family historians spend years searching for the births, marriages, and deaths of ancestors, but the details of our forebears’ daily lives can often elude us. Learning your ancestors’ occupation not only sheds light on their day-to-day activities, but can also assist when tracing ancestors on the move, help distinguish people of the same name in a community, and lead to new record sets. 

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15 Oct – Spokane Historical Website

19 Oct – Northeast WA Gen Society Marks 40 Years

22 Oct – Catholic History in the Spokane Area

26 Oct – Whist-alks Way….do you know who this was?

29 Oct – Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge…. Lots of History

2 Nov – Was Your Ancestor a Cooper or a Cobbler? Join EWGS on Nov 6th and learn about the occupations of our ancestors.

5 Nov – Obituary Indexing Crew at the MAC…finding “goodie” names too.

9 Nov – Thomas MacEntee Teaches EWGS Again

12 Nov – Would you guess that there are over 70 towns in Washington having a Native American-origin name?

16 Nov – History of the Caboose

19 Nov – Scotch, Scottish and Scots-Irish…Know the Difference?

 
 
 

 
 
 
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Ann Lawthers-Using Occupations to Trace Ancestors
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