Mesa AZ Family History Center
Family History Conference 2014 REGISTRATION
Contact Info

Please complete the following information: (All information is used only for planning and statistical purposes and will not be shared.)

Name: MI: Last Name: LDS Friend

Preferred Name (for badge): or Same as above     Email:

Phone (not required): Zip Code (5-digits):

How did you find out about the Conference? Mesa AZ Family History Center/Newsletter Ward/Stake Bulletin Newspapers Genealogical Societies

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Registration

Registration Syllabus and Class Handouts: Printable from Conference 2014 Website (click here)  [These documents will not be available at the Conference]

MFSL Family History Conference 2014
OPTIONAL: Prepaid box lunch from (Jason's Deli)             Cost: $10

After you submit your order, please use your credit card or a PayPal account to pay for your box lunch. A PayPal account is not required for payment.
Please select your box lunch order: Sandwiches (includes choice of bread, pickle, chips, cookie and bottled water) Salads (includes choice of dressing, and bottled water)
Chicken Salad (with almonds and pineapple)
Ham
Turkey
Chicken Caesar (comes with Caesar Dressing)
Chef's Salad
Bread Choice:  Lavendar   Whole Wheat Choice of Dressing: Ranch  Italian  Thousand Island
Ordering Lunch will not be available after Oct. 23, 2014
Classes

Please choose a class for each hour:

Check this box if you will not be attending a total of 5 classes.

9:00 AM - 9:45 AM   Keynote Speaker: Dennis Brimhall (CEO, Family Search)

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9:55 AM - 10:55 AM 11:05 AM - 12:05 PM 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
[FULL] Getting Started with the Research Cycle
Family History Using Social Media
Researching London
[FULL] Family Search Wiki is "Wonder" Full
Unique Maps
Youth Technical Skills & Family History. A Perfect Match!
[FULL] Finding Women in Public Records
[FULL] Effective Use of Ancestry.com
Using the Internet for Research
[FULL] Immigration & Naturalization
[FULL] Using Probate Records in your Family Research
 
Helping Researchers thru Indexing
[FULL] Find A Grave
[FULL] DNA Testing and Genealogy
Two Soldiers with the Same Name - Which one is Mine?
[FULL] Using Newspapers and Periodicals
Finding the Parish of Origin of your Swedish Ancestor
Finding your Ancestors in French Quebec Canada
[FULL] Understanding the new Developments in FamilySearch Family Tree
[FULL] FamilySearch keeps getting Better and Better
[FULL] Getting Organized - Electronically
[FULL] Family Stories Writing Hands-On
[FULL] Using Maps to Track your Family History
Using Land records in your Family research
Netherlands Research
[FULL] Maricopa County Library District Genealogy Resources
[FULL] Irish Research
[FULL] Genealogy on your IPAD
[FULL] Researching your Swedish Ancestor using Swedish records
[FULL] How MyHeritage.com Works and How It Will Help You Find Your Ancestors
[FULL] German Research
[FULL] Military Records Basic Training
[FULL] Virginia Immigration & Migration
1:15 PM - 2:00 PM 2:10 PM - 3:10 PM 3:20 PM - 4:20 PM
Lunch in the Cultural Hall The FamilySearch Catalog: The Key to the Collection
Using the National Archives
[FULL] Great Census Puzzle
[FULL] Getting Started with the Research Cycle
[FULL] Family Stories Hands-On
En búsqueda de Nuestras Raíces (In Search for Our Roots)
[FULL] Learning the Mesa Family History Center Website
[FULL] Breaking Down Genealogical Brick Walls
Helps for Indexing Obituaries
[FULL] The Elusive Ladies: Finding the Ladies in your Ancestry
Memory and Mystery: Breaking Down Family Lore
[FULL] Getting Organized - Electronically
[FULL] FamilySearch keeps getting Better and Better
Researching African American Genealogy
Native American Research 101
Finding your French Ancestors
[FULL] How MyHeritage.com Works and How It Will Help You Find Your Ancestors
Women in the Civil War
[FULL] FamilySearch as a Research Tool - Finding Cousins to add to your Family Tree
[FULL] Tips & Skills for Researching
[FULL] Family History using Social Media
FamilySearch Wiki is "Wonder" Full
Consultation Request

Free consultations are available at the Mesa AZ Family History Center. No consultations are available at the Conference.

If you desire a consultation about Finding Immigrant Ancestors, Records in Country of Interest, Assistance with Brick Wall Problems, or another Family History related issue, please briefly describe problems here:
Country:
Province/State/County/City:
Date/Year:
More Details:

    A Family History Consultant will contact you by email.

Special Needs

Facility has provisions for those with disabilities. Hearing Devices are available in the Chapel sessions only.
In addition, there are elevators and/or stairs for you convenience in attending classes on upper floors

Summary

In case of difficulties please email mesafsl.conference@gmail.com for assistance.


  • Ensure that all fields are filled in the the Contact Info section of the form
  • Also ensure that you have selected 5 classes in the Classes section