Finding Your Family

A genealogy course presented by Daughters of Jacob Genealogy

Wednesdays, Feb. 17-March 24  | 10:30-11:30 a.m.

Feb. 17: My Family Tree

Feb. 24: Firming up the Facts

March 3: Saving the Stories

March 10: Finding More Records

March 17: Putting it All Together

March 24: Sharing and Planning Next Steps


Cost: $60 for the series

Includes office hours for one-on-one time with class members one hour prior to class.


About the instructors

Daughters of Jacob Genealogy, started by sisters Elizabeth Lee and Lorrie Walker, combines family photos and stories with their expertise in genealogical and historical-cultural-image research to create heirloom books.
Elizabeth Lee earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in political science and continued on to graduate studies. She loves everything to do with history and maps, and she makes very beautiful family history books.
Lorrie Walker has an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction. She has published both quantitative and qualitative research. She loves tracking down the information that turns family mysteries into family histories.

Read more about the class in this Jewish News article: Jewish heritage is focus of EVJCC genealogy class

Read more about Daughters of Genealogy:Sisters want to help preserve family stories.”