Thursday, April 6, 2017

More free Online Offerings from Familysearch

In my mailbox today:

Here’s some important information on upcoming Webinars we think you all will be excited about. These include not just British (this time), but we are presenting a European Family History Conference series on the week of the 15th of May, 2017. You’ll want to view these class titles for several European countries. Don’t miss out on this annual event, with classes for Beginners as well as Intermediate:

Here’s our monthly class Webinar offerings for your British ancestors:

Tracing Ancestry in Scotland’s Heritable (Land) Records (Raymon Naisbitt) – Wednesday, April 12th at 1:00PM, B-2 Lab. This class illuminates the advantages and how to use Scotland’s heritable records. The Scottish made land conveyance a ‘science’ in that there are several record types which provide researchers with different perspectives on their ancestral lands and land conveyance over the centuries. Listen to what Raymon shares as he demonstrates how to use each record type in your Scottish genealogical research.

Scottish Naming Customs (Craig Foster) – Thursday, April 13th at 1:00PM, B-2 Lab.  Tracing Scottish ancestry prior to about 1780 can be a bit tricky if you don’t know how the Scots used naming customs for naming their children. Come and learn exactly how to properly and accurately construct your Scottish family genealogies.

How to Trace Scotland’s Poor (Mark Gardner) – Friday, April 21st at 1:00PM, B-2 Lab. This must-see webinar promises to provide all Scottish researchers with skilled knowledge, key records and resources for tracing the less-fortunate in lesser-used but important records. Come and learn about all those records he identifies that will give you the best chance for successfully locating your Scottish poor.

Your British/Irish Research Questions Answered (Craig Foster) –Thursday, 27th at 1:00PM, B-2 Lab. Are you lost in your pre-1800 research in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales? This is your big opportunity to gain direct access to one of the Family History Library’s professional genealogists to obtain answers to your brick wall ancestral research problem. Listen while Craig, and other researchers in-house and online provide some new, innovative ways that will be sure to help you along your more difficult ancestral trails.

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