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Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia Meeting
Jun 30 2019 | 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia Meeting

Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia Meeting Details

This meeting's speaker is Larry Thomas, who began researching his family's genealogy over 30 years ago. Larry Thomas will be presenting on the topic of DNA.

He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) and the National Genealogical Society (NGA) and adheres to their Code of Ethics & Genealogical Guidelines. Larry named Gilshot Genealogy Services after his Revolutionary War patriarch, Gilshot Thomas, son of John Thomas, and grandson of Lawrence Gailshiott. Gilshot moved his family to Georgia in the early 1750's.


Currently, he is the President of the Cobb County Genealogical Society, and also a member of the following organizations: Georgia Genealogical Society, Gwinnett County Genealogical Society, and the Genealogical Speakers Guild.

Free for Members. Non-Members, participation in this event is included in the cost of general museum admission.

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