Monthly Meeting

  • 09 Mar 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, 8350 Lake Murray Blvd., San Diego, CA 92119


San Diego Genealogical Society

Presents




Ingeborg Carpenter


Session 1: You know where and you know when: I'll tell you how your German ancestors lived.

Session 2: Superstitions and Beliefs that guided our German ancestor's Lives



About the speaker:


Bio:

Ingeborg Carpenter was born in Frankfurt, Germany, raised in Westphalia, and emigrated to America in 1972.  She earned a Master’s degree in German Language and Literature, holds a California teaching credential, and is a non-combat veteran of the US Air Force.

Ingeborg is very active in genealogy. She has served the Sacramento German Genealogy Society in many capacities over the years and is currently the SGGS president. She is an active participant in the creation of the International German genealogy Partnership (IGGP)

Ingeborg is an expert in reading the old German script, and is a translator of German and English. She teaches the reading and writing of the old handwriting, and German history for genealogists. She has researched her ancestry and studied the anthropological and sociological aspects of life in German lands during past centuries.


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The public is always welcome!

There is no charge for this program.


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Please park in the main church parking lot, in the Jackson Drive parking lot, or on the street. Please do NOT park in the neighboring strip mall. Thank you in advance


Address: Post Office Box 635057

San Diego, CA 92163


Email: SDGS@att.net


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