Meet Marquee Speaker Timo Kracke

Timo Kracke

Timo is a hobby genealogist who has more than 20 years of experience in genealogy. Timo volunteers for several German societies, is a board member for Oldenburgische Gesellschaft für Familienkunde e.V., and director at-large for the International German Genealogy Partnership.
Since 2012, Timo has been the voice of the German Podcast der Genealoge and in 2014 he started the Kids-Genealogy project die Familienforscher where he publishes guides and ideas about involving children in genealogy and gives tips for literature and excursions. 
Timo is a tech guy who is available on several social networks. He loves to share his knowledge with the community. 

At the IGGP Conference in July, Timo will be presenting “CompGen und viel mehr – entdecken sie die online Quellen der genealogischen Vereine in Deutschland” / “ and beyond – discover Germany’s many free online resources for family history research”. Hope to see you there!

IGGC 2021 Presenter – Roger Minert

Dr. Roger Minert

With a doctoral degree in German language history, Dr. Roger Minert (BYU) has more than 150 publications and has spoken at family history conferences since 1991. He directs the research program “German Immigrants in American Church Records” and recently published books on German census records and residential registration. Dr. Minert will give a LIVE! presentation at the IGGP conference: “Enumerated, Registered and Forgotten: Censuses and Residential Registration in Germany“.

International German Genealogy Virtual Conference 2021

Now that it’s 2021, we are getting more and more excited for IGGP’s virtual conference! Registration is coming soon – make sure you sign up for the newsletter here so you don’t miss the Early Bird Registration Special: Please share the flyer with your friends and genealogy groups who love German genealogy as much as we all do – with the international speaker line up, exciting Expo Hall, and Connections rooms, no one will want to miss this deep dive into German genealogy!

Für unsere deutschsprachigen Freunde gibt es den Flyer auch auf Deutsch!

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