- California Genealogical Research: Past, Present, and Future
- California Here They Came!
- A Case for Courthouse Research
- Case Studies in Forensic and Family Genealogy
- Forensic Genealogy (advanced or professional genealogists/legal professionals audience)
- Catholic Records: Then and Now
- California Historic Mission and Their Records
- Collecting, Recording, and Evaluating Research
- Death Certificates, Obituaries, and Probates: What the Dead Can Tell You!
- Did Your Ancestor’s Siblings Take YOUR Family Papers to California?
- Work Your Way to Ireland Using American Records First
- Irish and Irish-Americans in the Western United States
- The Importance of Collateral Research
- Migration Trails: Was Your Family Part of the Great Move West?
- Migration Trails are Paper Trails
- Newspaper Research beyond Obituaries: Much Needed, Often Overlooked
- Paper Trails: Picking Through the Crumbs
- Re-Assess Your Data: Is it Quality Research or Grandma’s Army Boots?
- Naturalization Files: Could Be an Information Goldmine
- Archives Large and Small, Public and Private
- Oral History: Separating Fact from Fiction – See separate page for more details
- Genealogy: Then and Now
- Research Techniques Using Social Sciences
- Forensic Canines and Ground Penetrating Radar
- NEW LECTURES ON REQUEST
2021: ALL VIRTUAL: FEBRUARY, Antelope Valley Genealogical Association; South Bay Area Genealogical Society; JUNE, Southern California Genealogical Jamboree – recorded and virtual, starting 7th June 2021 check their website for more scheduling; Irish research roundtable coordinator, on 7th June 1-2 PM, virtual; 04 SEPTEMBER – Florida Genealogical Society, Tampa: “Collecting, Recording, and Evaluating Research.” 23 SEPTEMBER: Historical Society of Philadelphia: “Catholic Records, Then and Now.”
2017-2021+: “Santa Ynez Valley Star” Newspaper: writes a once a month genealogy column
2022: 19 March: Virtual – Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society, “Work Your Way to Ireland Using American Records First”; August: SCGS JAMBOREE 2022 (VIRTUAL) PRESENTATION WILL BE TAPED IN ADVANCE: “Death Certificates, Obituaries, and Probates: What the Dead Can Tell you” 25-28 May: NGS Conference, Sacramento, CA – onsite: Thursday, 26th May: Luncheon Presentation, Genealogical Speakers Guild “Is It Quality Research or Grandma’s Army Boots?”; Saturday, 28th May: Presentation “California Historic Mission and Their Records”; 28 September: Niagara County (NY) Genealogical Society,- Virtual – “Catholic Records, Then and Now.” November: Virtual Genealogical Society (Virtual) “The Importance of Collateral Research” Will be taped in October