JOIN us on Sunday evening, November 16th @ 8pm ET, to discuss Ukrainian
genealogy topics — LIVE!!
Nashi Predky is hosting our first On-Air event on Ukrainian genealogy.
You can be part of the live event by participating on the panel -OR-
view the event live via our Google+ page or via YouTube! Only the first
10 participants will be able to join the panel.
However, everyone can participate by watching the live broadcast and Continue reading
The Toronto Ukrainian Genealogy Group(TUGG), will kick off the next series of sessions with “Researching This Side of the Pond—Part One.”
There are a growing number of records available in Ukraine and Poland for researching your ancestry. Many of these records are also available “this side of the pond.” While travelling overseas and searching the archives and libraries is preferable, you will still need to know what is available both here and in those archives. You can also conduct a tremendous amount of research without having to travel outside the country.
This session will cover; basic search strategies, obtaining primary and secondary information, where to locate this information from libraries and on the internet, using computer programs, how to open an LDS Account and techniques for effectively searching microfilm records.
When:Tuesday September 10, 2013
Time: From 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Where: St. Vladimir Institute
620 Spadina Ave.
Toronto Contact: (905) 841-6707
TUGG participant, Jason Crowtz, forwarded this announcement which should interest those contemplating doing a DNA roots search. “The author of The Juggler’s Children, a book about a Toronto writer’s search for her roots using genealogy and DNA, is speaking at the Revue Cinema this Wednesday June 12 at 7 p.m. The Revue Cinema is located at 400 Roncesvalles Ave. in Toronto.
Seeing as the talk will go into detail about using DNA research in genealogical inquires, it could be of interest to the TUGG membership. Details below…