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April 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Unfortunately, we have had to cancel our April 14 meeting due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope to reschedule Mr. Horton’s Family Tree Maker presentation for sometime in the future. Thank for your understanding.
PZ Horton III will conduct a question & answer session for users of Family Tree Maker. So, bring any questions you have and take advantage of PZ’s expertise. If you a particular issue you’d like PZ to address drop us an email and we will forward it on to him.
PZ is currently the Facilitator for the Family Tree Maker Special Interest Group for the Tennessee Genealogical Society. Family Tree Maker is the most popular genealogical software package for Windows and Mac that allows the family historian to keep track of information collected during research and to create reports, charts, and books containing that information.
Mr. Horton is an amateur genealogist with a special interest in technology. He has been working on his and his wife’s family genealogies for over 35 years and has worked with computers for over 53 years. He has traveled to societies, libraries, courthouses and cemeteries in 24 states. He supports over 25 genealogical or historical society organizations and was Technical Advisor to the Board of the Tennessee Genealogical Society. He has taught genealogy technology classes on Family Tree Maker, Ancestry, RootsMagic, MyHeritage, and Family Search.
PZ is a retired USAF LtCol and is a member of the Air Force Association, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Vietnam Veterans, Military Order of World Wars and Military Officers Association of America.
He is a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, National Society Sons of the American Revolution, General Society of Colonial Wars, General Society of the War of 1812, Military Order of Foreign Wars, Order of Founders and Patriots, National Society of Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, National Society of Old Plymouth Descendants, Society of the Descendants of Colonial Clergy as well as over fifteen other societies.
Business meeting will follow.