Friday, May 20, 2011

Your Chance to Get Your Ancestor's Handwriting Analyzed at the Live Genealogy Gems Podcast at Jamboree!

Will you be attending the Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree June 10 – 12, 2011?  Plan on being e a part of the live audience as Lisa Louise Cooke presents the Genealogy Gems Podcast Live on Sunday June 12 at noon.

Lisa’s special guests will be Allison Stacy, Editor of Family Tree Magazine, and Paula A. Sassi, Certified Master Graphologist, and author of the book Better Handwriting in 30 Days.

In addition to giveaways during the live show, one lucky audience member will have the opportunity to have their ancestor’s handwriting analyzed during the show by Paula Sassi

If you are registered for the Jamboree and plan to attend the Live podcast show, here’s how you can enter for your chance to have your ancestor’s handwriting analyzed:

1. Go to the Genealogy Gems Podcast Facebook Fan page and click the “Like” (if you haven’t already become a fan.)
2. Upload and post a digitized copy of the document you wish to have analyzed and provide the ancestor's name, relationship to you, the date of the document, and why you want it analyzed.

Lisa will select one lucky entry and one runner up (in case the winner is unexpectedly unable to attend the live podcast) and announce the selected entry on Facebook on Friday June 3, 2011.

Analyzing the handwriting of an ancestor found in an old letter or document can give you new insights into their lives and personality.  Paula will be sharing tips and techniques during the show that could help you interpret the handwriting found in records in your family tree. (That's my great grandmother's signature - looking forward to having Paula take a look at it!)

Paula will also be doing 15 minute one-on-one ancestor handwriting analysis consultations at the Genealogy Gems Podcast booth in the Exhibit Hall at select times on Sat. and Sun for just $25. Bring a copy of a document with you and then stop by the booth starting on Friday to sign up for your consultation. 

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