2nd VGS Genealogy Cruise
The second sea day felt a lot like the first day back to school in the fall, because the last four presentations would keep us occupied during the day. All of the lectures had been clearly and effectively presented. Even the advanced genealogists learned new things. This last day was no exception.
“Land, Licenses, Love Gone Wrong—Assorted Courthouse Records”
C. Ann Staley, CG, CGL
9:00-10:00 am in the Manhattan Dining Room
“Using Autosomal DNA to Explore Your Ancestry”
Blaine T. Bettinger, PhD, JD
10:30-11:30 am in the Manhattan Dining Room
“Your Ancestor’s FAN Club: Using Cluster Research to Get Past Brick Walls”
12:45-1:45 pm in the Manhattan Dining Room
“Principles for Effective Evidence Analysis”
George G. Morgan
2:00-3:00 pm in the Manhattan Dining Room
Members of The Villages Genealogical Society, Rita Thompson, Bob Boerst and Donna Yambasky express their happiness with the conclusion of a very successful Seminar at Sea.
With the educational portion of the cruise at an end, the attendees returned to their cabins to pack their bags. The Norwegian Epic would be slipping into its berth at Port Canaveral around 6:00 am the next morning. Karen and I would be heading to the Orlando Airport for a flight to New York to celebrate the 1st birthday of our grandson, Gavin.