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Introducing Charles “Chuck” McGee

Charles “Chuck” McGee has been a genealogy researcher since 2000, and a professional genealogist since 2011. He has done family research from South Africa to Germany to California–both personally and for clients–and most recently has been involved in several forensic genealogy cases, which he prefers. Aside from forensics, Chuck is particularly interested in military...
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CAFG Membership Discount Extended Until April 30 – No Sponsor Needed!

CAFG Membership Discount Extended Until April 30 – No Sponsor Needed! CAFG offers a membership special each year at the Forensic Genealogy Institute. Attendees who have successfully completed the Master Practicum or the Advanced Genetic Genealogy and Unknown Parentage Cases courses may apply for membership at a $25 discount. Membership is normally $110 per year; it is $85 with the discount. One...
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ForensicGenealogistCredentialed, FGC(SM) awarded to Wanda I. Smith

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    ForensicGenealogistCredentialed (FGCSM) awarded to Wanda I. Smith The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG) is pleased to award the ForensicGenealogistCredentialedSM (FGCSM) designation to the following individual: Wanda I. Smith, FGCSM, of Plano, Texas. Mrs. Smith is a VP of the Land Department of Chestnut Exploration and Exploration, Inc., where...
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ForensicGenealogistCredentialed, FGC(SM) awarded to Leslie Brinkley Lawson

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    ForensicGenealogistCredentialed (FGCSM) awarded to Leslie Brinkley Lawson The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG) is pleased to award the ForensicGenealogistCredentialedSM (FGCSM) designation to the following individual: Leslie Brinkley Lawson, FGCSM, of Aloha, Oregon. Leslie Brinkley Lawson, a professional genealogist, owns Lawson...
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Winner of 2015 Forensic Genealogy Institute Social-Media Contest Announced

The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG) is excited to announce that Conni Johnson has won the 2015 Forensic Genealogy Institute (FGI) social-media contest. A CAFG Facebook follower, Conni was one of many individuals sharing, posting, and tweeting about FGI during the institutes 3 days, 26-28 March, in Dallas, Texas. Conni will receive half off tuition to the 2016 Forensic...
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