Jill has spoken to large and small groups throughout her professional life and is considered an engaging and knowledgeable speaker on topics related to methodologies, ethnic groups, research strategies, organization and record set research. She is presently the director of publications for the Seattle Genealogical Society and has self-published a number of her own family histories. An architect by vocation, she naturally is interested in the "genealogy of a place" and house histories. She attended SLIG in 2014 and 2015, and graduated from ProGen 19. Jill is "on the clock" by the idea of submitting on time is becoming more of a concept than a reality.
FR002 Friday June 5, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
The 'Other' Censuses: Using the Non-Population Schedules
The varied non-population schedules, both state and federal, add richness to our understanding of our ancestors and can provide evidence not found in any other location. Learn what you can find in these little used records.