Introducing Family History

September 20, 2008 at 9:28 pm 1 comment

FYI:  I just received this email:

My Ancestors Found has a brand new name!

Family History

In recent years, My Ancestors Found has emerged as a
successful conference organizer and sponsor of events
designed to increase knowledge about family history
research. These have become known as Family History Expos.

Focusing efforts to educate individual researchers, a name
change is appropriate. Through Family History Expos,
professionals provide personal research assistance to class
participants and exhibit hall visitors.  Family History provides easy and fun ways to help you learn the
tech to trace your roots.

You can reach My Ancestors Found at their new home Be sure to check out these exciting
new features:
•    Family History Expos Genealogy Podcasts: Listen to
DearMYRTLE interview upcoming Expo speakers, sponsors, and
•    Family History Expos Genealogy Blog: Learn about upcoming
Expos and discuss the possibility of new locations to be
considered for an Expo. Your feedback is welcome.
•    Family History Expos TV: Coming soon. Watch online videos
spotlighting segments of Family History Expos ~ past,
present, & future.
•    Expo News: Read about new family history products and
services, upcoming events, and research advice and tips from
family history professionals.
•    Family History Expos Online-store: Find fun stuff for
genealogists, GenTeacher, Rootstamps, Capture the Memories,
and more.

We at Family History look forward to welcoming
you to an upcoming Expo in your area. Even though our name
has changed, you will see a lot of familiar faces!

Questions should be directed to:

Holly T. Hansen, President
Family History

PO Box 187
Morgan, UT 84050
(801) 829-3295


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Early Families of the Memphis Area (Needs Help) Introducing

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Holly Hansen  |  September 21, 2008 at 1:44 am

    Thank you for mentioning Family History we appreciate the things you do to help those around you successfully locate their family history!


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