Genealogical Society presents “10 more ways to be a better ancestor” May 10

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — The Indian River Genealogical Society is pleased to announce Paul L. Enchelmayer of Orlando will be the program speaker for the May 10 meeting. The lecture is to be held at the Indian River County Main Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach, and is free to the public.

Enchelmayer has spoken at more than 30 societies, conferences, and clubs, presenting programs to help others learn how technology can aid in family history projects. He is a member of several Genealogy Organizations and is the Chairman of the Genealogy Group of the University Club of Winter Park. He is the past President and web-master of the Central Florida Genealogical Society in Orange County. He holds a Master of Business Administration Degree and a Bachelor of Science Degree.

In this lecture, Enchelmayer will talk about ways to become a better ancestor. He will look at ways to make family history projects easier, more complete and accessible to future generations. Closer looks at extended family can provide surprising clues and data about your immediate kin. Several examples illustrate how early relatives left clues and data, ready for their descendants to find, share and preserve.

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