29 December 2020

This Week's Online Genealogy Events

Again this week the selection is very limited.

🇨🇦Tuesday 29 December, 2 pm: Virtual Genealogy Drop-In, from Ottawa Branch OGS and The Ottawa Public Library. Join here.

Wednesday 30 December, 2 pm: Ten Databases You Need to Know About, by Shannon Combs-Bennett for FamilyTreeWebinars

If you missed the suggestions last week for websites where you will find free archived presentations, for family history and beyond, here they are again.

Legacy Family TreeMost free recordings are about MyHeritage resources there are others. If you have a Legacy Family Tree subscription, one of the very best values in family history today, you have well over 1,000 recordings and the associated handout covering a wide variety of topics.

The UK National ArchivesYou might be interested in Top level tips: First World War army records from Tuesday 29 September 2020 or What’s Online: ‘Top level tips – discovering your local history from Friday 24 July 2020. There are podcast episodes linked from the same page.

Gresham College

YouTube:  Lots to explore including archived presentations from the Allen County Public Library Genealogy Centre.

TED: Ideas worth spreading

Here's advanced notice from Findmypast of presentations they'll be giving on Facebook in January. 

5 January: Exploring School Records
13 January: Advanced Search Techniques
20 January: Edith Cavell: An Unexpected Hero
26 January: Australia Day Panel Discussion
27 January: Coats of Arms

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