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Computer Genealogy Group Meeting (CoGG)
October 10 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Today’s topic is “Colonial Genealogical Records — And How to Find Them,” presented by Hal Horrocks.
As family historians, as we get further back into our ancestor’s lives, it becomes more difficult for us to find the records we need to fill out our family trees. The records for the Colonial period of our history are there, we just have to figure out how to find them.
This presentation will explore ways to find the records from 1610 to 1776 that will help us in our search.
Hal Horrocks is a native of Long Beach and a 45 year Orange County resident currently living in Costa Mesa. He is a professional genealogist, teacher, author, and lecturer and has been doing family research for 20 years.
He is a member of several professional genealogical associations and is the immediate past president of the Orange County California Genealogical Society (OCCGS) headquartered at the Huntington Beach Central Library.
Hal owns his own small manufacturing company located in La Habra and is a graduate of CSULB. He has been lecturing to genealogical and other societies for the last 12 years on a range of subjects that include why people get involved in genealogy to conducting research in early England.
About CoGG: This is a special interest group of the NSDCGS. CoGG programs focus on computer and internet issues, research and tools, relating to Genealogy. The CoGG speakers will enhance our computer experience in finding our families and piecing together their lives. Open to all levels of computer/genealogy experience. For more information regarding this program, please contact our CoGG Chair, Fred Elledge, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Society sponsors coffee & sweets preceding each meeting. Please join us in the coffee room; on the left, inside the chamber. Note: only water is allowed in the chamber.
- 9:30 am Coffee Social
- 10:00 am Society News, Brief Sharing and Speaker Presentation