Author Archives: GRIPitt

GRIP Registration Status; Conference Schedule

Come see us in the exhibit hall of the following conferences! We would be glad to give you more information and insight into “Summer Camp for Genealogists”! Exhibit halls are free and open to the public and often have many … Continue reading

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GRIP Registration Update

Thank you everyone who participated in the opening registrations days for the June 25-30 and the July 16-21 institute weeks. We never know which courses will be popular hits until you “vote” with your registration. For the June week, “Confusion … Continue reading

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In Their Words: Cutting Edge Genetic Genealogy

Are you experienced with genetic genealogy? Want to discuss cutting edge topics with others? Then don’t miss this opportunity for “Advanced Genetic Genealogy” with CeCe Moore, Blaine Bettinger, Ph.d., J.D., Brianne Kirkpatrick, MS, LGC, and Karen Stanbary, CG, to go beyond … Continue reading

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In Their Words: Irish Research

Do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day because it is your heritage? Researching your Irish ancestors and confused by what you have found? Need some pointers to which records are available and how to access them? Join David Rencher, AG, CG, … Continue reading

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In Their Words: Understanding Laws

Why did your ancestor lie about her age on a marriage license? Why was the oldest child not mentioned in his father’s probate? Learn the answers to these and other questions in “Law School for Genealogists” coordinated by Judy G. Russell, … Continue reading

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In Their Words: New Jersey Research

Do you have New Jersey ancestors? If so, mark your calendars for Wednesday, March 8 at noon eastern, when registration opens for the first-ever week-long course on genealogical research in New Jersey. The course “Gateway to the Garden State: Sources … Continue reading

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In Their Words: Tools for Digging Deeper

Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS, FUGA, is the coordinator of the “Intermediate Genealogy: Tools for Digging Deeper” course. With registration for the six July 16-21 courses opening on Wednesday, March 8 at Noon Eastern, you won’t want to miss out on this hands-on course … Continue reading

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In Their Words: Working with DNA

Wonder how DNA evidence helps your genealogical research? With registration for the six July 16-21 courses opening on Wednesday, March 8 at Noon Eastern, you won’t want to miss out on this hands-on course that will walk you through working with … Continue reading

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Tips and Tricks for Getting the Course You Want

Genealogy can be a solitary pursuit. Where can you go to not only learn new tricks, websites, and records but also enjoy the company of like-minded individuals? Well, “summer camp for genealogists,” of course! GRIP is an institute which offers … Continue reading

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In Their Words: Documentation–Who Needs It?

Ever wonder just how important documentation is in our research? With registration for the six June 25-30 courses opening on Wednesday, February 22 at Noon Eastern, you won’t want to miss out on this unique course that will give you reasons and methods … Continue reading

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