november 2020

202012nov1:00 pm3:00 pm400 Years In America:  Joining the General Society of Mayflower Descendants by Sandra Rumble (via Zoom)


Event Details

On 11 Nov 1620, the Mayflower and its passengers landed at Plymouth Rock after an arduous 10-week journey from England with 102 passengers and crew of 30.  Do you descend from one of these brave passengers or crew members?  Explore the evidence required to join a lineage society as prestigious as the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, and explore the resources available from the Mayflower Society and New England Historical Society to assist you with this task.

Sandra Rumble is an avid genealogist who has been tracing her family history for nineteen years. Combining her thirty-plus years’ experience in software design with her love of family history, Sandra created GenDetective® to help genealogists organize, visualize, and plan further research, and The Traveling Genealogist® trip planning guides. She has coordinated “Documentation for Lineage Societies” at GRIP 2020 and is co-coordinating “Answering the Call of Uncle Same” at GRIP 2021.  Sandra speaks at genealogy conferences about research planning, lineage societies, military records, and other collections. A professional researcher, Sandra’s research focus is Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey from colonial times to the present. A past DAR registrar and Lineage Committee chairperson, Sandra conducts lineage society workshops and has several years of experience helping others research and assemble their membership applications. Sandra teaches introductory family history and DNA classes at Delaware Valley University’s Center for Learning in Retirement


(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


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