George's Genealogy Seminars

George G. Morgan has been a genealogical researcher since 1962, when his paternal grandmother and aunt piqued his interest in the family ancestors dating back to before the American Revolutionary War. He has aggressively traced his ancestry in the U.S., England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, in some cases back to the 1500s. He has been a prolific writer of 14 books and hundreds of magazine, journal, newsletter, and online articles since 1995. He was a key player in the development and maintenance of America Online's Genealogy Forum in the 1990s. He has served on the boards of the Federation of Genealogical Societies, the Florida State Genealogical Society, the Florida Genealogical Society of Tampa, the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors, the Genealogical Speakers Guild, and other organizations. He founded Aha! Seminars., Inc., in 1996, and that company has delivered hundreds of presentations to genealogical societies, historical societies, lineage societies, and thousands of librarians. He and Drew Smith founded The Genealogy Guys Podcast in 2005, followed by The Genealogy Guys Blog, and in 2016 began The Genealogy Guys Learn online, subscription genealogy education website with both written and video courses.
He was one of the founders of The Genealogy Squad, an online forum on Facebook with a membership numbering well over 60,000 genealogists.
George has retired from speaking engagements but continues to focus on The Genealogy Guys Blog and adding content to The Genealogy Guys Learn site. He is active in volunteer projects, most notably the Zion Cemetery Project, tracing the lives of those interred in an erased African-American Cemetery in Tampa, Florida. 
Drew Smith continues presenting for Aha! Seminars.