Florida State Genealogical Society
Florida State Genealogical Society

FSGS Speakers Bureau: Peggy Jude

1 Palm Harbor Dr
Holmes Beach, FL 34217
(630) 240-5557 (cell)

Lecture Topics
DNA Topics
  • 13 Things You Can Do with Your DNA 
  • DNA Tools – A Tour
  • Clustering - What it is and How to do it
  • How is this Match Related to Me? 
  • Figuring Out a Mystery Match – How Am I Related to This Person?
  • Why are 2nd Cousins Genealogical Gold? 
  • GEDMatch -What is it and How do I Use it? 
  • DNA Basics – Getting a Solid Foundation
  • Which Matches Do I Pursue? 
  • How to Get Your Matches to Respond
  • X-DNA - How to Use it
General Topics
  • Think You Know the Census – Think Again!
  • What to do with your Stuff? Creating a Future for your Genealogy and Family Heirlooms
  • Genealogy for Busy People – 15 Minutes at a Time
  • Ramp Up Your Genealogy with Social Media
  • Using Technology in your Genealogy
  • Techniques to Enhance Your Search Results
  • Swedish Records and Research
  • A Roadmap for Researching in a New Location
  • Continuing your Genealogical Education
  • Creating a Family History Legacy (Beginner)
  • Family Tree Maker Explained
  • Willing to travel up to 100 miles.
Previous Speaking Engagements
  • Manatee Genealogical Society
  • South Bay Genealogical Society
  • Charlotte County Genealogical Society
  • Sarasota Genealogical Society
  • Lakewood Ranch Genealogy Club
  • Tampa Family Heritage Festival
  • Newtown (CT) Genealogy Club
  • Waukesha (WI) County Genealogical Society
  • Northland Genealogical Society (Kansas City)
  • ProGen 44 Graduate
  • Gen-Fed 2021
  • SLIG 2021 Advanced Practices in Social History
  • SLIG 2021 Advanced Techniques for Mastering Online Research
  • SLIG 2020 Advanced Genealogical Methods
  • SLIG Academy 2020 Genealogical Speaking with Josh Taylor
  • IGHR 2021 Military Records
  • IGHR 2020 Writing and Publishing with Tom Jones
  • IGHR 2019 DNA as Genealogical Evidence
  • IGHR 2018 Genetic Genealogy Tools and Techniques
  • GRIP 2019 Family Archiving