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Meet the NERGC Speakers!



Judy G. Russell (The Legal Genealogist) interviewed by Lori Lynn Price of Bridging the Past


Lisa Louise Cooke by Cynthia Shenette of Heritage Zen


D. Joshua Taylor by Pam Carter of My Maine Ancestry


Michael J. Hall by Linda Hall Little of Passage to the Past's Blog


Marian Pierre Louis by Sara Campbell of Remembering Those Who Came Before Us

Dr. Blaine Bettinger by Jennifer Shoer of The Scrappy Genealogist

Harold Henderson by Elizabeth Pyle Handler of From Maine to Kentucky

Catherine "Casey" Zahn by Pam Carter of My Maine Ancestry

Dave Robison by Beverly Fieg of Knit Genealogist

Michael Tougais by Bill West of West in New England


Lisa Alzo by Melissa Berry of anceSTORY archives

Michael Brophy by Bill West of West in New England


Dear Myrtle by Jennifer Shoer of The Scrappy Genealogist

Nathaniel Lane Taylor and Cherry Fletcher Bamberg by Diane Boumenot of One Rhode Island Family


David Allen Lambert by Melissa Berry of anceSTORY archives




Special thanks to blogger extraordinaire Heather Wilkinson Rojo of Nutfield Genealogy for coordinating the speaker interviews! Heather will be hosting the Genealogy Blogging Special Interest Group at NERGC on Thursday, April 16th from 7:45 - 9:00 p.m.


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  1. Looks like an exciting time! Will there be shuttles from the Hotels to the Conference center?

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