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CAFG Announces New Officers

The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy is pleased to announce its newly elected officers: President Helen Haldeman Daglas Vice President Dee Dee King Secretary Charles A. McGee Treasurer Juli Whittaker Director & Newsletter Editor Janice M. Sellers The Board is looking forward to building on the progress of last year with the emphasis focused on CAFG’s mission. Goals for the...
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CAFG Board of Directors Announces Election Results

The CAFG Board of Directors is pleased to announce the results of both the December 2015 Board of Directors and the January 2016 Officers elections. The board has five members: Juli Whittaker, Sheila Benedict, Bethany Waterbury, Charles McGee, and Helen Daglas. The officers elected at the January 2016 board meeting are: Juli Whittaker, President; Sheila Benedict, Vice-President; Bethany...
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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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New Board Members Welcomed

Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy Dallas, Texas   Press Release Contact person: Leslie Brinkley Lawson Company name: Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy Email address: Leslie@LawsonResearch.net Website address: http://www.forensicgenealogists.com   New Board Members Welcomed The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy is pleased to announce its...
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Demystifying the DMF

Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy has published a special edition of its newsletter Forensic Genealogy News.  This edition contains an article “Demystifying the DMF.”  This addresses a brief history of the Death Master File, the recent controversy surrounding it, my experience in applying to be certified for the new Limited Access Death Master File, and what I...
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Forensic Genealogy News Vol 4 #2

The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy – Forensic Genealogy News is now available online at http://www.forensicgenealogists.org/resources/newsletter/. Please click on the link Vol 4 #2.   This edition features Michael Ramage’s “A Practical Approach to Genealogy Standards” and bios for our newest...
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