When: November 18th, 2020 at 7:00 pm
Where: Online via Zoom
Speaker: Luana Darby
Topic: Surveying the Community – Finding Clues Hidden Among the Neighbors
Your ancestor’s community holds many clues and patterns that help your fill in missing pieces in your family puzzle. Often the person next door or another family in the community may hold the answers you seek. By using a combination of readily available records such as census, tax, land, maps, and cemetery records we can discover additional clues and avenues of research.
Luana Darby is a professional genealogist. lecturer and educator who lives in West Jordan, Utah with her husband and children. She has over 35 years of genealogical experience. Graduating from Brigham Young University with a degree in Family History and later receiving a master’s degree in Library Science from San Jose State University, she brings a broad base of knowledge and experience to her clients and audience. She is the owner of Lineages by Luana, a genealogical research company which focuses on US/Canada and Western European research. She has lectured at many genealogical and historical conferences, including NGS. FGS, RootsTech, UGA, BYU and ICAPGen.