GSBC General Meeting
Monday, 23 November, 2020, 7pm EST
Land Ho! Calling All Mayflower Descendants
The celebration to honor the 400th year since when the Pilgrims arrived in Plymouth is in full swing. Join Kathleen Kaldis as she outlines the strategies for researching Mayflower lineages and the process of submitting a membership application to the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.
[Banner Image: “The south part of New England as it planted this yeare, 1634.” Massachusetts Digital Commonwealth, https://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/search/commonwealth:q524n611v]
Kathleen Kaldis (Genealogist, NERGC 2020 Director, and Lecturer) is a professional genealogist who is known as The Ancestor Finder. Her interest in genealogy started at a young age when she heard stories about how her great great-grandfather, who was born on Cape Breton Island, came to Boston to build Fenway Park. Go SOX! Her enthusiasm shines through when she shares her passion of genealogy with her clients and audiences.
Kaldis is a professional genealogist and genealogical speaker. She has worked as a Genealogist at the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants and The New England Historic and Genealogical Society and specializes in lineage and forensic research.
She holds a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University, and has successfully completed many advanced level genealogical institute courses. Kathleen is very active within the genealogical community, and serves in many leadership positions for many organizations. A proud member of the Lexington Massachusetts DAR and the General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Her areas of genealogical expertise are: New England and the Atlantic Canadian Provinces, Lineage Research, Forensic Research, Greek Research, Researching Mariners who Sailed the Seas, and Resolving Tough Genealogical Problems.
Register for this free webinar, here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8443021556897204494
NEW—We will be raffling off two copies of "The Mayflower Passengers," published by the Pilgrim Hall Museum (https://pilgrimhall.org), Plymouth, MA, and recently updated by The History List (https://store.thehistorylist.com)! Winners will be selected from the attendees on the night—so sign-up now and join us on Monday night!