Delco World War I Historians Speaks at Neumann University

Neumann University Library’s Fifth Annual Genealogy & History Conference will once again take place during Homecoming Weekend. The Conference is scheduled to run from 10 AM until 3 PM on Saturday October 14th and will be held in the Bruder Life Center’s Multipurpose Room, located adjacent to the main campus parking lot.

This year, the Library welcomes a very special guest speaker who will present “Forensic Genealogy and the GPS”. Michael S. Ramage, J.D., Certified Genealogist®, is a Board-certified genealogist and licensed PA attorney, and a member in good standing with the Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy. He is well qualified in the field of missing and unknown heirs in estate and trust, and real estate title, matters. He has over 30 years of professional research and writing experience, and access to numerous legal and genealogical databases and repositories. Mr. Ramage has been qualified as an expert witness in the field of missing and unknown heirs. He can be reached at his business email: mramage@ForensicGenealogist.Pro 

Additional presentations will be: “Navigating with GPS: The Genealogical Proof Standard as Roadmap to Success” and “Using DNA for Genealogy: First Steps” by genealogist and Neumann librarian Barbara Selletti. “Finding and Using Military Records for Genealogy” by author, historian, and Neumann alumnus Anthony L. Selletti.

Admission is free, but registration is required. Visit to register for this event.