October 3, 2017 7:30pm
German Genealogical Research Series – Free Program
Delaware County District Library – Community Room,
84 E. Winter Street, Delaware, Ohio
Speaker: Nancy Ottman, Genealogical Researcher for 30 years
Topics: Migration in Germany, Ports of Departure, Migration in America, and German Customs that Have Affected America. Open to all at no charge as a public service by the Ohio Chapter Palatines to America and the Delaware County Genealogical Society
THE DELAWARE COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY AND THE OHIO CHAPTER OF PALATINES TO AMERICA
October 3, 2017 at 7:30 PM
Delaware County District Library – Community Room
84 E Winter Street, Delaware, Ohio
Guest Speaker – Nancy Ottman
NEW HOME, OLD CUSTOMS
She will cover reasons for migration in Germany, the ports of departure, their migration in America and German customs that have affected America.
Nancy Is retired Director of HR and Loss Prevention for the JC Penney Co. She has been involved with genealogy research for 30 years. Nancy is a member of the OGS, Pal-Am and the KS Genealogical Society. She has spoken to numerous Genealogical and Historical Societies, and fraternal organizations.
Lectured at the Columbus Metro Library, Groveport Madison School District and Palatines to America both Ohio Chapter and National organization. In 2014 she completed a study with the Univ. of NC on American Gravestones and Cemeteries. Nancy was recently published in the “Your Genealogy Today” magazine.
Ohio Chapter of Palatines to America in conjunction with the Delaware County Genealogical Society presents this program as a public service. Everyone is welcome – No Charge