Discover Your Past

Since its founding in 1764, many people came to and left their mark on St. Louis.

Throughout its genealogical history, the city was influenced by the French, Germans, Irish and other ethnic cultures. They formed hundred small communities throughout the City and County of St. Louis with names like Baden, Carondelet, Dogtown, Florissant, Lemay, and Soulard.

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    • Other Options for Finding Information for Your Family Tree

    • Instructor(s): Pat Stamm, CG, CGL
    • February 12, 2014
    • Day: Wednesday
    • Time: 2:00 - 4:00PM
    • Sessions: 2
    • Class Limit: ?
    • Cost: ?
    • Location: MC-Meramec - Applied Science Bldg 204
    • Description:

      Genealogists are always facing Murphy’s Law. Many specific facts and records are never where they should be. This session will provide alternative records for filling in those elusive gaps for your family.

    • Classes through St. Louis Community College. Advanced registration required through Adult Continuing Education Department http://www.stlcc.edu
    • What’s New At FamilySearch.org

    • Instructor(s): Pat Stamm, CG, CGL
    • February 24, 2014
    • Day: Monday
    • Time: 6:30 - 8:30PM
    • Sessions: 2
    • Class Limit: Class Size Limited
    • Cost: ?
    • Location: St. Louis Genealogical Society
    • Description:

      If you visited the FamilySearch.org website recently, you noticed that the entire site underwent a drastic change. These sessions cover the new resources available from an old favorite.

    • Classes through St. Louis Community College. Advanced registration required through Adult Continuing Education Department http://www.stlcc.edu
    • Improving Your Genealogical Research Skills

    • Instructor(s): Pat Stamm, CG, CGL
    • February 26, 2014
    • Day: Wednesday
    • Time: 2:00 - 4:00PM
    • Sessions: 2
    • Class Limit: ?
    • Cost: ?
    • Location: MC-Meramec - Applied Science Bldg 204
    • Description:

      If you don’t use the right methods, your family history research can be frustrating. Learn how to analyze and where to look for clues.

    • Classes through St. Louis Community College. Advanced registration required through Adult Continuing Education Department http://www.stlcc.edu

Book Pat for a Lecture

Patricia Stamm is a professional researcher, speaker, and educator for St. Louis Community College, St. Louis Genealogical Society, and Samford’s Institute of Genealogy and Historical research.  You can book a lecture with Pat below or learn more about her.





Pat’s Next Lectures

Pat does a number of different lectures which cover traditional and technical research methods.  Here are a couple of upcoming lectures.  Click here to see more lectures.

    • The Next Generation of NGS Learning

    • Date: 05/07/2014   Time: 5:15PM
    • Location: National Genealogical Society Conference, Richmond, Virginia
    • Description:

      The Next Generation of NGS Learning lecture

    • Using Technology to Learn Online

    • Date: 08/12/2014   Time: 7:30PM
    • Location: St. Louis County Library Headquarters, St. Louis, MO
    • Description:

      Using Technology to Learn Online lecture.