Guest Speaker: Kathryn Lake-Hogan, UE, PLCGS
Kathryn is a Canadian professional genealogist who revels in teaching people how to find their ancestor(s) in Canada. She is the founder and owner of the Canadian-based genealogy business, Looking4Ancestors.
The author of research guides featuring Canadian genealogy, Kathryn has written articles for Family Tree magazine, The In-Depth Genealogist, and the Association of Professional Genealogists journal, APG Quarterly.
Kathryn is the past Dominion Genealogist of the United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada (UELAC), a past board member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, and the past virtual chat coordinator of Canadian Studies with the National Institute of Genealogical Studies.
After having solely hosted, presented, and produced 40 episodes of the weekly webinar series, Genealogy with a Canadian Twist during 2018-2019, Kathryn is now hosting the webinar series on a monthly basis.
Recognized for her knowledge of Canadian genealogy, Kathyrn is a popular speaker and instructor of presentations, workshops, and courses at genealogical conferences, and research institutes including the Ontario Ancestors Genealogical Conference and Family History Show, the National Genealogical Society Family History Conference, the New England Regional Genealogical Conference, the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG), and the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP).
A native of Ontario, Canada, Kathryn Lake Hogan has deep roots in Canada through her Loyalist lineage, as well as ancestry in New England, England and Wales
Topic: “All Kinds of Loyalists”
During the American Revolutionary War, approximately 35% of the population of the Thirteen Colonies were loyal to King George III of Great Britain. Was your ancestor one of them? If your ancestor sided with the British, he/she was branded a Tory and faced expulsion from the newly formed United States of America at the conclusion of the war. Tips and strategies for researching your Loyalist ancestor will be shared by the Past Dominion Genealogist of the United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada.