411 Philo St.
New Windsor, NY 12553
Contact between 11:00 am to 10:00 pm US Eastern
New York State and NYC research
Genealogy 101: For those who have recently begun researching their ancestors.
Getting the most from Newspapers: There is more than obituaries and marriage notices. This talk will address where to find the newspapers and how to search them.
Naturalization: The trail our ancestors followed in becoming citizens.
Your Ancestors Paid Taxes Too: What do tax records tell us about your ancestor and where can we find those records?
Westward in New York and Beyond: Factors that made ancestors move westward through NY and the records to track them.
Your German Ancestors, When they came. Where they went.
Kleindeutschland: Researching Your Ancestors in Manhattan's Little Germany.
Who were the parents of ....? Research strategies to find those elusive parents.
Were your German Ancestors Refugees from the 1848 Revolution? Historical events in Europe in 1848-9 that led to many leaving Germany for the United States and becoming part of the American scene prior to the American Civil War.
Germans in the Civil War: Discovering the contribution of German-Americans in the Civil War.
2013 - National Genealogical Society conference in Las Vegas
2012 - Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY
2011 - Southington CT Genealogical Society
2011 - New City Library, NY
2010 - Colorado Chapter of Palatines to America
2010 - Palatines to America National Conference, Fishkill, NY
2010 - Westchester Genealogical Society
2009 - Orange County Genealogical Society
2008 - New York Genealogical & Biographical Society in Saratoga, NY
Joseph Lieby, Ed.D. is a retired school district administrator and professional genealogist. He is a member of several genealogical organizations, including the Orange County Genealogical Society in Goshen, NY (where is the 1st VP), the NY Chapter of Palatines to America (where is the newsletter editor and past president) and the National Palatines to America, (where he is president).