Cyndi Ingle

Cyndi Ingle

The 2016 Got Ancestors?! seminar features Cyndi Ingle.

Cyndi Ingle is the owner and webmaster of Cyndi’s List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet, www.CyndisList.com , a categorized index to over 335,000 online resources. In its 20 years online Cyndi’s List has consistently remained in the top tiers for genealogical research tools online. It is an award-winning site which helps millions of visitors worldwide. It has been featured by the History Channel web site and in the media and several publications, including ABC News, NBC News, USA Today, Time, Newsweek, Parade Magazine, Wired, Family Tree Magazine, Family Chronicle, and Internet Genealogy magazines. Cyndi, a genealogist for more than 36 years, is the recipient of the 2016 National Genealogical Society President’s Citation. She is a past-member of the board of directors for the National Genealogical Society. Cyndi is a nationally known guest lecturer for various genealogical society meetings and seminars (http://www.CyndisList.com/speaking-calendar/). Cyndi is the author of a best-selling book for genealogical research on the Internet titled, Netting Your Ancestors. She is also author of another book, a printed version of her web site, Cyndi’s List. Her latest book is Planting Your Family Tree Online: How To Create Your Own Family History Web Site. Cyndi and her son, Evan, live in Edgewood, Washington.

Again we have a presentation in the evening of Friday 14th October followed by a full day with 4 sessions on Saturday 15th October.

Friday evening’s presentation is titled How the Internet Made Me and Expert and for Saturday we have lined up 4 great presentations, including A Guided Tour to Cyndi’s List 2.0, as well as Foreign Language Tools for English-Speaking Genealogists and Building a Digital Research Plan.

The schedule for the event can be found here.

Online Registration is available here

or download a copy of the registration form here (but please – if you can download this form, consider using the online registration system to register, even if you’re going to mail a cheque  – this makes it a little less work at our end if you type all your details in. – Thank You!!)