05 September 2014

FREE -- Familysearch Webinar Schedule Revealed for this Month!

Speaking of online programs (see earlier post FREE -- National Archives (NARA) Virtual Genealogy Fair, 28-30 Oct 2014 -- No Excuse NOT to attend!), FamilySearch has announced several upcoming webinars and the first one is tomorrow.  Check each announcement page for full details.

Doing South African Research – September 6, 2014, series of 3 FREE webinars for all who are interested in learning how to use South African records to help expand their family history research efforts

US Research Series: United States Probate Records – September 11, 2014, a FREE webinar for all who are interested in learning how to use United States Probate Records to help them expand their family history research efforts

Doing Danish Research – September 11, 20 & 25, 2014, series of 5 FREE webinars for all who are interested in learning how to use Danish record sources to help expand their family history research

Doing Research Using Sources in the British Isles – September 15-19, 2014, several FREE webinars focusing mostly on research into the records of Ireland

Which one(s) will you attend?

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