General Meeting: “Researching Historic LGBT Relatives”
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Jan
Presenter:
Janice M. Sellers
When:
Tuesday, January 19, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Member meeting at 6:30 pm. Speaker at 6:45 pm.
Where:
Online meeting via Zoom Meeting
You may have rumors in your family that an aunt was a lesbian or an uncle was bisexual. Perhaps you identify as LGBT and want to know whether any of the relatives who came before you were also. This is valid family history research, but ethical concerns about the past and the present must be considered, and understanding gay history is critical to finding and understanding information.

Janice M. Sellers has been researching her family history for almost 45 years. She is now a professional genealogist specializing in Jewish, black, dual citizenship, and newspaper research. She serves on the boards of two genealogical societies and edits a genealogy journal. Her web site is ancestraldiscoveries.com.

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To join our meeting at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, September 15th:

  • The meeting will be conducted via a Zoom online meeting.
  • Pre-registration is required.
  • Click here to register; a meeting link will be sent to your email.