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Paula Perkins

   Paula Perkins is a sixth-generation Texan, whose family history interest began when her parents took her to visit “cousins” and her maternal grandmother shared stories, photographs, and letters, which she inherited. Paula actively serves in a variety of roles for the Texas State and Collin County Genealogical Societies.

   She is an avid DNA researcher, working as a Project Administrator with FamilyTreeDNA for the Orphan Train and other surname projects. In addition, she is coordinator at both the Texas county level and the Georgia state level for the USGenWeb project.

   Paula is a guest lecturer and genetic genealogist with several articles published in genealogical society publications. With an extensive background in genealogical education, she enjoys instilling her passion and knowledge to all.

Paula Perkins
Immigration, Passenger, and Naturalization Records in the Digital Age







Saturday, April 20, 2024
Steve Radack Community Center
18650 Clay Road

Meet & Greet: 10:00 am
Program Begins at 10:30 am

 

   One of the most difficult problems for family historians is locating an ancestral village in the Old World. Knowing when and where an ancestor arrived in what became the United States can help solve that problem. Covering timeframes from the Colonial period to the present, this program will help identify the types of records containing ancestor arrival information in America. It will also explore the contents and location of those records.

   Lucky for us, accessing digital images is easier today than ever before!

If you plan to attend the meeting virtually, please click on the link above to register.

Program will be in-person, and via Zoom, unless otherwise stated.

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