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Nancy Huebotter

Nancy Huebotter, a recognized lecturer on various genealogy topics, has spent over 40 years researching her family history. Along with her parents, Nancy researched, wrote, and published a family history book entitled, Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Carroll and Ellis Miller, a 395 year history of her mother's lines. She is currently writing her father's biography, which she entitled Not for a Nickel. The story highlights his military service and subsequent imprisonment in a German POW camp during World War II.
By profession, Nancy is in the midst of a 40-year career with Raytheon Company (formerly Hughes Aircraft Company) where she is a principal technical writer and an instructor. As a board member of the 306th Bomb Group Historical Association, she is Director of Educational Development and editor of the news magazine (a bi-yearly publications), Echoes. She spends her free time engaged in conducting family history research; volunteering at St. Jude Medical Center; reading, knitting or crocheting; or pursuing her dream of becoming a novelist!

2014 Sessions with Nancy Huebotter

4F Social Security Death Index—Now What? How to Use What You Have found
Syllabus: Huebotter14_Social_Security_Death_Index.pdf
 
5F World War II Records: What is Available, What is Not, How to Find Them, What They Reveal
Syllabus: Huebotter14_World_War_II_Military.pdf
 


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