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Introducing the NERGC 2019 Official Bloggers

2017 NERGC Genealogy Blogger Special Interest Group

This year the Official Blogger program for NERGC 2019 has eight genealogy bloggers who will be interviewing  conference speakers. Some of them have already posted their stories, and you can read up on these interview online.

Elizabeth Pyle Handler has two blogs "From Maine to Kentucky" at the link  and "A Jewish Genealogy Journey"

Marian B. Wood, who blogs at "Climbing My Family Tree"    

Donna Moughty from "Irish Family Roots 

Jenny Hawran who blogs at "Like Herding Cats"    

Ellen Hawkins, the blogger at "Gnarls and Knots"    

Lori Lyn Price, from "Bridging The Past"   

Barbara Matthew, "The Demanding Genealogist"    

Don Taylor, of "Don Taylor Genealogy"  

Look for these conference speaker interviews online between now and mid March!


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By now, if you're registered for NERGC 2019, you should have received a link to download the mobile app to help you organize your NERGC 2019 experience. It's virtually the same as the mobile app used for RootsTech. We strongly recommend you install the app on you Android or Apple device and accustom yourself to its functionality. It's a good thing! Keep track of your own schedule, when and where your chosen lectures will take place, locator for other NERGC attendees, speaker bios, exhibitors, sponsors, there's even a link to call an Uber! How did we ever attend a conference without an app like this one!