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« on: October 09, 2005, 02:48:17 PM »

Terry Barton, co-founder of World Families Network, President of Barton Historical Society (BHS) and Co-Leader of the 140-man Barton DNA Project will be among the speakers at the 2005 Texas State Genealogical Society
Conference, to be held in Lubbock, Texas, on October 21 - 22, 2005.? His topic will be DNA in Genealogy.?
Barton, who is the ?Line Leader? for the Thomas (1,2,3) Barton family of Stafford Co VA and for the David Barton married Ruth Oldham family, will be speaking on the use of DNA testing as a tool for genealogical research.? He has made at least one genealogical presentation each of the past four years at the BHS annual reunion and has provided numerous articles for the BHS Newsletters and website.? He also regularly haunts the Barton Boards and Forums, providing information and hints to those searching for their Barton roots.? He plans to write a book on his Thomas Barton family and has a growing collection of history books, which he hopes will help him describe the times when his ancestors were alive.
The Texas State Genealogical Society was founded in 1960 at Fort Worth, Texas.? It is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation whose purpose is to promote, assist, develop, and conserve the genealogical and historical resources of Texas and to cooperate with local, regional, and statewide groups in promoting an awareness of the need to preserve family heritage.

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