Showing posts with label Marketplace. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Marketplace. Show all posts

Thursday, May 21, 2015

UPDATE: OGS Conference – Interview No 7

Cindy Robichaud of the Ontario Genealogical Society interviews conference attendee, Michele Watson, from Essex Branch, OGS.
Listen to Michele as she tells us how she became interested in family history, and what she hopes to gain from attending the Conference in Barrie this year. 
And to view the other interviews on this blog, you can go to the following websites -

Interview No 1 with Thomas MacEntee and Dr.Janet Few at

Interview No 2 with Dr. Maurice Gleeson at

Interview No 3 with Kirsty Gray

Interview No 4 with Dave Obee

Interview No 5 with Richard M. Doherty

Interview No 6 with Kathryn Lake Hogan 

Need help in finding your Canadian ancestors?

As a nod of the hat to the Ontario Genealogical Conference being held in Barrie, Ontario from May 29 to May 31, may we take this opportunity to offer a month-long discount on our research and consultation services of 15% (ends 11 June at midnight).

Just go to Elizabeth Lapointe Research Services at, or send an email with the subject "special" to to see how I can help you find that elusive Canadian ancestor!
Research Tip! What a better way to see and meet with people that are from the same areas as your ancestors than to go to the Marketplace at the OGS conference where there will be many vendors from the province there. The website is 

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Monday, January 7, 2013

Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2013

The OGS has just opened their registration for their Conference 2013 to be held in Oshawa May 31, June 1 & 2 of this year. The theme of this year’s Conference will be “Pulling Up Stakes: Putting Down Roots”.

They have also put the program on the site and it does look interesting with a good mix of Ontario, and US speakers. Canadian such as Dave Obee, Marian Press, and Brian Gilchrist, and American such as Maureen Taylor, and Liza Also.

The Conference was held in 2006 at the same place, and at that time, they had a great Conference, so this one should be no different.

There are plenty of classes to chose from, early bird registration, lots of tours to take, and there will be a marketplace, so take a look at