Historical Society of Frankford
1507 Orthodox Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
Saturday, April 9, 2016
Starts promptly at 1:00pm (2 hour program/workshop)
With DAR Genealogist Deborah Hershey
RESERVATIONS: 215-365-5550 email@example.com $10 donation
Have you ever wondered about your ancestors? How you became the person you are?
When you watch Who Do You Think You Are? on TV, do you wonder how to find out who your ancestors were – how you got here and where you came from?
Join DAR genealogist Deborah Hershey at the Historical Society of Frankford. No skill needed – just a desire to discover those ancestors that are calling out to be found. From Kings to Slaves, Princes to Paupers – start the great adventure into your own personal history now. Materials and instructions will be provided to get you started – or, for those who have begun – help you move to the next generation
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: firstname.lastname@example.org 215-365-5550 (leave message).
Donation $10 at the door. Light refreshments will be served.
Presented by Frankford’s own Flag House Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution
Deborah Hershey, Genealogist – Harrisburg Chapter DAR
Ms Hershey, a member of the Harrisburg Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, has been a genealogist for over 35 years. She has a certificate in family history from BYU, an NSDAR Genealogic Consultant certificate, and has extensive experience in PA – particularly Central and Eastern PA. She has completed many DAR/SAR/CAR/SR Lineage papers that have been accepted for membership. She is an NSDAR Genealogical Consultant, a member of the PSSDAR Speakers Bureau and Duart One-Name Study. She also lectures/seminars on various topics of genealogical research..
Memberships: Genealogical Association of PA; Association of Professional Genealogists; Capitol Area Genealogical Society; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Lancaster History Org; Derry Township Historical Society; Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society; Lycoming County Historical Society; Bradford County Historical Society; One-Name Study Guild; Dauphin County Historical Society; The Perry Historians; Scottish Society of Central PA