June 2020 Meeting - via Zoom

Northern California Genealogy
Presenter: Sean Conley
Saturday, June 27, 2020   10:30am - 12:00 pm, via Zoom
Social hour 10-10:30 am, via Zoom

The California Gold Rush (1848-1855) began in 1848. The news of the Gold brought some 300,000 people to California from the rest of the United States and abroad. Learn about several records and resources available that can help you research your California ancestors. This presentation will cover repositories throughout California, important record types, migration routes, cemetery records, beneficial websites, and more. The focus will be Northern California through Monterey Counties and parts of Sacramento. This presentation appeals to genealogists of all levels.

Sean Conley is Vice President of the Santa Cruz County Genealogical Society.  He is a member of the Santa Cruz Old Timers, Native Sons of the Golden West, has an M.B.A. from Golden Gate University and a B.S. in Economics from SCU. His mother's family immigrated to San Francisco from Ireland and Brittany between Gold Rush and early 20th century - going back 8 generations in the Bay Area. Other branches came to California and settled in the Central Valley and Sierras. He has used online database technology for genealogical research for close to three decades. Sean has worked on a variety of research projects over the years and specializes in California and Ireland research. He lives in Santa Cruz County.

This meeting will be held remotely via the Zoom web conferencing system. 

This event is free and all are welcome. For more information about our monthly meetings, click here.