Hidden Stories: Using Analysis to Explore the Unexpected in Family History (a 2022 Reisinger lecture)

Jennifer Zinck, CG
Oct 7, 2022
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Welcome
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Introduction
8m 39s
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James
13m 45s
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Oscar
19m 08s
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Tom
8m 14s
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Questions / answers
2m 51s

About this webinar

Tales of illegitimacy, divorce, and desertion aren’t limited to soap operas and modern reality television. Discovering trails that lead to unanticipated events can be shocking, confusing, and exciting all at the same time. This session will explore how genealogists can utilize the law, conflict resolution, and tools like date calculators and timelines to help build a clearer understanding of some potentially challenging historical situations.

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About the speaker

Jennifer Zinck, CG® is a genealogical researcher, speaker, and educator who specializes in incorporating DNA results into genealogical research. Her traditional research focus is Connecticut and New England. Jennifer serves as the President of the
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  1. RD
    Rosalyn Dowling
    2 months ago

    Thank you, Jennifer! Excellent handout, presentation & very interesting case studies! Thanks to BCG for providing the wonderful presenters & the opportunity to hear them.

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  2. JH
    Jane Harmon
    2 months ago

    What an outstanding presentation! And thank you, Jennifer, for the wonderful resources!

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  3. AD
    Annie Delyth Stratton
    2 months ago

    Wonderful presentation, very effective speaker. Loved her asides that gave some life without ever losing track of the point. I fell in love with the story about Tom and Jenny. The sweetness of that photo is a great reminder that what may look one way on paper might be something else: sometimes sad or tragic, but in this case, joy. This is giving me motivation to write up some of my work.

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  4. TH
    Tsai-Lien Hsu
    2 months ago

    The presenters are all well prepared. The contents are informative. The research methods are the key to success.

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  5. NB
    NIna Bishop
    2 months ago

    It was fascinating and fun and I learned so many new techniques! I can’t wait to start using some on my road blocks. Jennifer Zinck is an incredible speaker and I loved the the bits of humor she used throughout. Her handouts were outstanding.

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  6. MC
    Maria Capaldi
    2 months ago

    A fabulous lineup of speakers and case studies along with interaction and techniques!! Thank you so much, everyone needs to watch these!! Wow!

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  7. CB
    Cheryl Bohn
    2 months ago

    Questions beget questions! I have learned to even question those “facts” that have no readily apparent reason to be incorrect. “Logical” does not necessarily mean “accurate.”

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  8. EP
    Elaine Palmer
    2 months ago

    Really appreciated the tips on how to resolve conflicts in the information gathered.

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