Saturday, July 01, 2006

The APG PMC - Lecture from Professional Genealogist Eileen O'Duill from Ireland

Professional genealogists practice their profession around the globe. APG is fortunate to have a PMC speaker from Dublin, Ireland who will tell registrants about International Probate Research.

You still have today (July 1) to register early (and get a member discount) for the Association of Professional Genealogists' Professional Management Conference in Boston on August 30. This event is a special part of the FGS/NEHGS Conference and will be held at the Conference hotel (Sheraton) in historic Back Bay Boston.

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Not sure about attending the PMC? Here's one session you'll be missing!

The Role of the 21st Century Genealogist in International Probate Research

by Eileen M. O’Duill, CG, CGL, of Dublin, Ireland

"In your professional opinion, based on the exhaustive research you have carried out, what living persons, have you identified as the rightful next of kin?" At some point in your career, you may be asked this question. Professional genealogists have become increasing involved in the process of "heir locating" particularly in intestate matters. Identifying the nearest next of kin and documenting their relationship to the deceased requires research skills and determination particularly in international cases. The genealogist completes the research, identifies the rightful heirs, prepares the required documentation and is often asked to provide expert testimony."

Professional genealogists and those considering a new career will also hear nine other great presentations. Nowhere else will you find the information and networking opportunities that can help you achieve, prosper, and grow in your careers. Don’t let the ship sail without you.

The Association of Professional Genealogists Professional Management Conference 30 August 2006 in Boston at the Federation of Genealogical Societies conference. Registration discounts through July 1. Check the APG website for more details.

Hope to see you there.

Dick Robinson


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