GSSCC presents Gordon Seyffert: Germany & Germans in America (part 2 of 2)
In part 1, Gordon Seyffert, President of the Immigrant Genealogical Society of California, examined some of the common inquiries he encountered during his tenure at the Immigrant Society. In this second part, Mr Seyffert will examine questions submitted by our attendees through the Zoom Q&A during part 1 or via the registration form (below). Registering for this presentation enables you to submit your questions. Please note: You only need to enter your question once, so if you placed your question in the registration form for part 1, you do not need to enter it again when you register here for part 2.
To register for the October presentation, click on the blue button that reads 'Begin Registration. You'll find this button below the gray box containing the event's details. Once you begin entering your information on the registration form, you'll see a field where you may freely type your question(s) about how to research your German immigrant ancestors. While we can't guarantee Mr Seyffert will get to them all, he is certainly going to try and answer as many as he can.
More about our guest presenter: Gordon Seyffert is a retired university staffer who was born in St. Louis. His ancestry is half-and-half German and British Isles. His primary interest is German genealogy, since several of his ancestors immigrated to the U.S. in the mid-nineteenth century. He is especially interested in migration, and the factors that cause people to relocate. Gordon says that he is a genealogist because he is a curious person who wants to know from whence he came. He categorizes himself as a life-long learner. He refuses to be intimidated by problems of unfamiliar language and culture. Gordon is proud to be a talented amateur who enjoys helping others. How far back has his research taken him? Far enough to explain who he is!