All of us have heard the family story about one ancestor or another that fought the Indians or saved the village from disaster. The trick is finding the proof behind the family folklore. The October speaker for the Pasco County Genealogical Society is Paul L. Enchelmayer, and he will walk attendees through a case study of how much proof is enough.
Paul is well-traveled in Florida, speaking at nearly two dozen societies and clubs, presenting programs to help others learn how technology can aid in family history projects. He is Chairman of the Genealogy Group of the University Club of Winter Park, Past-President (and current webmaster) of the Central Florida Genealogical Society in Orange County, a member (and webmaster) of the Florida State Genealogical Society's Speakers Bureau, a member of the National Genealogical Society, and a member of the the Hamilton County Genealogical Society in Cincinnati.
For more information, please visit the Pasco County Genealogical Society's website at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~flpcgs.