Elizabeth Miller | Oct 26, 2019

RootsTech London Day in Review: A Talent for Genealogy

Celebrating Our Stories

Saturday has come to a close, and that’s a wrap on our RootsTech London 2019 adventure! The last day of the conference was filled with exciting sessions, inspiring keynote speeches, informative demos, sponsors, connections, discoveries, and more. Hopefully we’ve sent you home with a few good stories of your own to share with your family.  

General Session

We could not have asked for a better send-off than a final keynote session with the one and only Donny Osmond. Osmond shared stories about his life, his music, and most importantly his family. Osmond invited the audience to preserve their own stories—to write them down, record, save, and share them.

Osmond shared, “Your personal history is vitally important to your posterity. They deserve to know who you are.“

Mark Your Calendars for RootsTech 2020

RootsTech London 2019 may have come to an end, but the genealogy love doesn’t stop here! The journey continues at RootsTech 2020, happening February 26–29, 2020, at the Salt Palace Convention Center. We hope to see you there! Registration is already open, so don’t wait to book your ticket to this marvelous family-filled convention.

Follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram, where we’ll be sharing more highlights from this year’s conference. You can also watch for:

  • Videos from industry leaders sharing genealogy tips and tricks
  • Links to the RootsTech blog with articles covering topics from the conference
  • Behind-the-scenes looks and information on the Road to RootsTech Video series

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