NGS 2012: MyHeritage heads to Cincinnati

Schelly and Mark preparing for take-off
From right: Schelly, Mark and Chris (a MyHeritage friend) on the way to NGS!

MyHeritage is at the National Genealogical Society (NGS) conference, taking place this week in Cincinnati, Ohio (USA) from May 9-12.

The conference is a fantastic opportunity for genealogists and anyone interested in family history research to get together and share ideas.

NGS was established more than a century ago – in Washington DC, in 1903. It provides education and training for the genealogy community and promotes access to and preservation of genealogical records.

Everyone at NGS is invited to visit MyHeritage (booths 331-430), where we can personally greet you, and offer some exciting activities:

  • We’ll be demonstrating our new, improved version of family sites.
  • Make family discoveries in the 1940 census.
  • Participate in the “MyHeritage Challenge.” Bring your family tree on a flashdrive in GEDCOM format for a free “SmartMatch” check. Receive a special gift.
  • Already enjoying the MyHeritage app on your iPhone, iPad or Android? Visit the booth, show us the app, tell us why you like it and receive a gift! Don’t have the app yet? Download it for free from App Store or Google Play and start making smart discoveries.

The MyHeritage team includes:

  • Chief genealogist Daniel Horowitz
  • US genealogy advisor Schelly Talalay Dardashti
  • Business development manager and genealogist Mark Olsen

They look forward to greeting you.

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  • Dan Davis

    May 8, 2012

    Oh how I wish I could attend. Years ago, because none of my other relatives seemed interested, I took it upon myself to gather together my family records. In no time I became addicted and now have to force myself to take sabbaticals. I’ve discovered distant cousins and made new friends. I recommend genealogy wholeheartedly.

  • Amy Coffin

    May 9, 2012

    Hey, I know those people! Great photo! Have fun. I’ll be reading all about it from home.