Monthly Meeting – April 5, 2018: “How to Be a Document Detective” by Cynthia Stanford

Most documents about our families will give us some obvious direct and pertinent information. But what about “the rest of the story?” What else can we learn from the documents we use for family research? How can we detect further information that will help us solve our genealogical mysteries? This session will be interactive. So dust off your Sherlock Holmes hat and come prepared to think like a detective.

Cynthia Stanford has been researching her family history, and that of her husband, for more than twenty years. She has interest in several states, particularly Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, New York, Iowa and Illinois. She has French Canadian and Holstein ancestors. Her most recent pursuits include a major study and writing about her husband’s Irish roots. Cynthia is delighted to return to speaking about her genealogy passion.

Doors open at 6:15 pm, the meeting starts at 7:00 pm. We’ll see you at the Family History Center, 1024 Noche Buena, Seaside, CA., left rear of building.


“You can observe a lot by just watching.” – Yogi Berra


One thought on “Monthly Meeting – April 5, 2018: “How to Be a Document Detective” by Cynthia Stanford

  1. Judy Goldman

    Greetings! I am the program Chair for the Santa Cruz County Genealogy Society and am interested in contacting Cynthia Stanford regarding her availability to present this program to our members in Santa Cruz in the fall. Can you share her contact information with me please. Thanks so much. Judy Goldman.

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