Join the San Antonio Genealogical & Historical Society for our
60th Annual Seminar!
Saturday, October 19, 2019 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
The immensely popular Michael Lacopo will present a variety of topics that will interest genealogists and family historians of every level.
The all day seminar will include four sessions:
"More than the Census"
"Deconstructing Your Family Tree (re-evaluating evidence)"
“How to Overcome Brick Walls"
"I Am Poor, Obscure, Plain, and Little (invisible ancestors)"
Michael is a life-long resident of northern Indiana. He began his genealogical research in 1980.
His first published work appeared in 1985 with several books, journal articles and published contributions following.
He appeared in USA Today in 2000 and has lectured locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
Dr. Lacopo has a varied and interesting ancestry and is a self-described “all-American mutt.”
Dr. Lacopo has research experience in numerous fields with particular strengths in research involving Mennonite families, Pennsylvania Germans and Midwest/Middle Atlantic research (IN, OH, IL, MI and PA), and genetic genealogy.
He is proficient in reading German script and has a particular interest in immigrant ancestry.