From a young age, Steven wondered who volunteered him to be the family historian? Putting pieces together and filling in the gaps is fun. Visiting far-away places, exploring different centuries, learning about new ethnic groups, and unraveling family lore make genealogy worthwhile. But sometimes it can be confusing – strange terms, conflicting information, and relatives who are unable or unwilling to share. What do you do?
Join Steven … for a seminar on Quaker Records, hosted by the Rogue Valley Genealogical Society Profile of a Quaker – Finding a Friend in Colonial America. Saturday, 20 Feb. 2021 @ 10 AM – 4 PM Pacific time. This seminar will be presented virtually. For more information: Profile of a Quaker – Finding a Friend in Colonial America
Join Steven … for a Virtual Quaker Institute hosted by the International Society for British Genealogy and Family History (ISBGFH) – Quaker Records of North America, Ireland and the British Isles. It will be a packed two-day event: 15-16 March 2021. Annette Burke Lyttle will also present several classes. Five classes on Monday, followed by four classes and a final Q&A session on Tuesday. The course will be presented virtually. For more information: Virtual Quaker Institute: Quaker Records of North America, Ireland and the British Isles
2016 Award Winner
The Fellows of the American Society of Genealogists granted their annual ASG Scholar Award to Steven W. Morrison.