Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Genline & Ancestry questions answered

Mr. DearMYRTLE uses for his Swedish church records and forwards this important news from the July 2010 Genline Newsletter which reads in part:

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" Inc., the world's largest online family history resource, has acquired Genline AB.

At this time, Genline will remain a separate entity and nothing will change. We have had questions from customers asking if there will be subscription changes and at this time there will be no changes on Ancestry or Genline. As soon as we have new information, we will communicate the news to you. We look forward to building the best family history experience for Swedish researchers."

My DearREADERS with Swedish roots will want to meet with Genline's Kathy Meade, their US agent, and a very talented researcher. All too frequently, big-time genealogy companies have agents that are sales folks, not researchers. Kathy can help you get going and find those elusive Swedish ancestors through her company's website with 18+ million images including church records from the 1600s. Contact Kathy via email at Be sure to visit with her at the Genline booth at the following conferences:

Midwest Family History Expo, Kansas City, Missouri, July 30-31, 2010.Includes two Genline demonstrations and a presentation titled "Swedish Genealogy in a Computer World". Lenora Lynam of the McPherson County Old Mill Museum in Lindsborg, Kansas will be giving a presentation on Swedish military research titled "Finding your Swedish Soldier" at the conference.   

Federation of Genealogical Societies Annual Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, August 18-21, 2010
Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota, Annual SGSM Fall Research Conference, South St. Paul, Minnesota, October 16, 2010. 

Swedish Genealogical Society of Colorado, Swedish Family Research Fair, Aurora, Colorado, October 23, 2010.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt     :)
Your friend in genealogy.

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