Virtual Chelmsford Genealogy Club: Be A Good Ancestor with Seema Kenney on Zoom #1
Join us this evening to learn how to "Be A Good Ancestor" with Seema helping us research our family histories.
While you may feel there’s nothing important or noteworthy about your life, sometime within the next 100 years, someone who is researching their own history is going to want to know more about you. We’ll look at a few ways to leave them something to find.
Please register above to receive the Zoom link 24-48 hours before our meeting. A reminder that this presentation will not be recorded and that registration closes 2 hours before the event.
I started in the business of genealogy after completing the Genealogical Research Certificate Program at Boston University’s Center for Professional Education in 2010. Since then, I continued my education via ProGen & NIGR in 2012. Along the way, I joined several Genealogy Societies, attended local conferences, and enjoyed several webinars.
I am a wife, mother of three boys, and entrepreneur. I started exploring my family history when still in High School. My paternal family roots go deep into Colonial New England, especially in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Maine. My ABLE LogoEuropean roots include English, German, and Swedish. DNA has recently added a branch to my family tree from The Netherlands.
My other hobbies include puzzles and needle arts projects. I have a B.A in Spanish & Social Science and a B.S. in Management Information Systems/Business Administration (MIS/BA).