Register for Desperately Seeking Female Ancestors Webinar – Flood Relief Conference

Finding Elusive Female Ancestors Webinar

Women in the past not only took on their husband’s surnames in Western Civilizations, the seemed to have hidden in plain sight in records under names such as Mrs. Robert Comfort or wife of John Moote.

How do we find documents pertaining to our female lines when we don’t have much to go on? Amy Johnson Crow has some search strategies that will help you track down your women and their stories.

Register to participate in the Back 2 Research eConference on 23 September 2017,


The eConfernece will start at 8:30 am CST and end at 4:00 PM and will feature Amy, along with 3 other presenters. The best part of this conference is the live chat feature during Amy’s presentation and during a 5th-hour live panel discussion with conference participants.

For complete conference schedule and class details, visit

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Cost: $15
Date: 23 September 2017 (live)
24 September – 23 October 2017 (replay)
If you can not attend live on 23rd September, you can watch the replay for up to 30 days and still have access to handouts. You must register before the event starts.
To register visit, and click on the REGISTER NOW buttons. You’ll pay with PayPal first and then complete the final Webinar Jam registration page.
Genealogy eConference for Hurricane Harvey Flood Relief
Members of The Humble Area Genealogical Society had the flood waters from Hurricane Harvey damage or destroy their homes. Our conference was originally going to use proceeds from this conference to help our chapter’s preservation efforts. However, our board feels the funds donated will best serve our community best by helping the impacted society members recover.
As such, this eConference will give 50% of each registration to the relief of these members. Register today and provide aid.

Amy Johnson CrowAbout Amy Johnson Crow:

Amy is a Certified Genealogist and holds a Masters degree in Library and Information Science. She regularly speaks at genealogy’s top events throughout the year, as well as state and regional events. Amy blogs regularly at her site

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