Patti Lee Hobbs, Certified Genealogist, with a BA in biology, works as a professional genealogist and occasionally at the Springfield-Greene County Library in Springfield, Missouri. Patti instructs on the use and analysis of DNA testing and how it complements traditional research in original records. Patti has presented numerous workshops on DNA locally and regionally as well as at the week-long “Practical Genetic Genealogy” course at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh. Patti serves as a Board for Certification of Genealogists trustee, a BCG Education Fund trustee, the chair of the Ozarks Genealogical Society Education Committee; and she is the course coordinator for IGHR’s “Genetics for Genealogists: Beginning DNA.”
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IGHR Southern Tour
Have questions? IGHR/GGS will have a table at the following upcoming genealogy seminar:
Sat., 27 Oct. – Raleigh, NC, North Carolina Genealogical Society’s Fall Conference
New IGHR Scholarship
The Frazine K. Taylor African American Research Scholarship was established by Deborah A. Abbott, PhD, to honor Ms Taylor upon her retirement as coordinator of the "Researching African American Ancestors" course. For IGHR 2019, this scholarship is limited to individuals interested in enrolling in Course 10 - Building an African American Research Toolbox.
Learn more about this and other IGHR scholarships on the IGHR Scholarships page.
2019 Hotel Info Online
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IGHR 2019 Courses
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