Nancy Huebotter

Nancy Huebotter, a nationally recognized lecturer on various genealogy topics, has spent over 36 years researching her family history. Along with her parents, Nancy researched, wrote, and published a family history book entitled "Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Carroll and Ellis Miller (1610 Ė 2005)", a 395 year history of her motherís lines. She is currently writing her fatherís biography "Not for a Nickel" especially highlighting his military service and subsequent imprisonment in a German POW camp during World War II.

Nancy is a principal technical writer and an instructor for Raytheon, where she has been employed for more than 35 years. She spends her free time engaged in family history research, volunteering at St. Jude Medical Center, reading, knitting or crocheting, or pursuing her dream of becoming a novelist.


April 5, 2014
OCCGS General Meeting

11:00 AM - "Adding Timelines to Your Genealogy Toolkit"

Placing your ancestor in the context of history means getting to know them at a very human level. The use of a timeline, to place events in chronological order, will assist the researcher in learning more about the ancestors and their family members as well as opening doors to additional records that may be available.


12:30 PM - "World War II Records: What is Available, What is Not, How to Find Them, What They Reveal"

Rumor has it that World War II military records were lost when the St. Louis Military Records Center was destroyed by fire. Learn what is available and how to access the information. In addition, discover what websites are available for the researcher interested in military history and military ancestors.


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Orange County California Genealogical Society
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7111 Talbert Avenue
Huntington Beach, California 92648

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