Speaker: Carol Darrow
After you’ve quoted birth, marriage and death dates, what else can you say about an ancestor you’ve never known? How can you put them into historical context? Digging deeply into sources such as census records, geographic location, ethnicity, occupation, newspapers, county histories and photographs of your ancestors or their neighbors can help you breathe life into your ancestor’s life story.
Carol Cooke Darrow is a professional genealogist and a past president of the Colorado Genealogical Society. She currently teaches Genealogy 101 classes on ZOOM and facilitates the WriteNOW! genealogical writing group also on ZOOM. Both Genealogy 101 and WriteNow are free and open to the public from The Colorado Genealogical Society, but you must register.