PROPERTY ONLINE WORKSHOP

Using Property Online to Research Your Ancestors  (Workshops)
Saturday, 8 February, 2020, 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
GANS Office - 33 Ochterloney St. Suite. 100 Dartmouth NS

Using land records to help document your ancestors’ lives is an important part of genealogical research. Gary and Susan Nelson will help us understand the types of documents that can be found in Property Online and how to use them to further our research.
 
This workshop will include doing hands-on research on your own ancestors. If you have a laptop, please bring it so you can log into Property Online and do your own personal research. We do have a limited number of computers for those who don’t have their own laptops. Please indicate if you require use of one when you register.
 
Gary Nelson and Susan Nelson
Gary graduated UNB Law School in 1973 and has been practicing in Windsor since 1974.His main areas of practice are property, estate planning, probate and corporate law. He has worked with the Land Titles system since its inception in Hants County on March 1, 2004, the main component of which is Property OnLine. He and Susan were married in 1972.
 
Susan's formal education was as a teacher and she taught in schools in the Fredericton area before moving to Falmouth, NS with her husband in 1973. She has been searching titles for Gary's law practice since 1988 and using Property OnLine for 16 years. Her talent as a teacher is evident when she instructs others on the intricacies of that program.
 

Registration is now full.  If you would like to have your name added to a wait-list, please send an email to info@novascotiaancestors.ca with Property OnLine Workshop in the subject line.‚Äč