Catholic Records – Lisa Toth Salinas
September 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Finding Your Roots in Catholic Records
Catholic genealogical research has a depth unequaled by any other record group. The documents of the Catholic Church chronicle important events in the lives of members and can provide the key to uncovering otherwise impenetrable family mysteries. Author of the Catholic Genealogy Legacy QuickGuide™ and contributor to The Catholic Gene blog, Lisa Toth Salinas will guide you into exploration of the lives of your ancestors through sacramental records, additional Church records, and other Catholic sources. Join Lisa for an introduction into Catholic genealogy, an overview of traditional and often-overlooked documents, and research strategies that will help you dig into your Catholic roots.
Lisa Toth Salinas is a freelance writer and genealogist with a focus on Catholic research and the immigrant origins of her Hungarian, Croatian & Irish ancestors and their roots in the Northeast (New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts). She is author of three Legacy Family Tree QuickGuides™: Catholic Genealogy, Hungarian Genealogy, and Croatian Genealogy.
Visit Lisa’s website at http://smallestleaf.com
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