When you die, what will become of all the genealogical materials you’ve accumulated through the years? Does your family know what to do with these materials after your death, or is there a risk of losing everything to the trash bin when your estate is cleared out? A genealogical codicil to your will can clearly state your wishes.
Katherine R. Willson of Ann Arbor, is a highly-acclaimed and professionally-trained national public speaker. She gives keynote addresses and conference presentations, facilitates workshops and conducts training on the topics of genealogy, art, and military family support. On Tuesday, September 17, Katherine will speak with the public at Manchester District Library about Genealogical Codicils. This free program will begin at 7pm. Katherine will discuss the many options available to you, and sample copies of codicils will be distributed.
Katherine’s passion for genealogy, combined with practical and creative strategies keeps her audience fully engaged and actively participating in her energetic and entertaining presentations. Participants will leave with the tools necessary to do their own work as well as the inspiration to do it.