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General Meeting and Program "Locating Images of Ancestors: Putting a Face With That Name" by Andrew Likins

  • 05/12/2021
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting

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  • Putting a Face with that Name by Andrew Likins

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GENERAL MEETING – MAY 12, 2021

WEDNESDAY - 1:00 PM

"Locating Images of Ancestors:  Putting a Face with that Name"


Presented by Andrew Likins

Having images of our ancestors makes them come to life for us. You will learn about how you can locate images of your ancestors – some in unexpected places. Since my early days of family history research, I have made it a priority to locate images of my ancestors. Up to today, I have images of all my direct line ancestors through my 2nd great grandparents, over half of my 3rd great grandparents, and several beyond that, going back before the invention of photography.

Andy Likins has been fascinated by family history for as long as he can remember and has been actively researching for over 35 years. Ancestry Magazine and Archives.com have published articles he has written on topics relating to American and Scandinavian research, and he has performed research for PBS’s Finding Your Roots. His memberships include the Swedish Colonial Society and the Association of Professional Genealogists. Andy is a professor at Pikes Peak Community College and does genealogical research for clients. Collecting images of family members is one of his favorite aspects of genealogy.

A family historian based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Andy Likins has been researching his family tree for over 25 years. He has a bachelor's degree in history and a master's in teaching English to speakers of other languages, and he teaches academic composition and reading at Pikes Peak Community College. Andy lectures on introductory genealogy as well as Norwegian and Swedish research, and his memberships include the Association of Professional Genealogists and the Swedish Colonial


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