Over 116 Classes on DNA, Genealogy and Family History from Legacy Family Tree Webinars in 2019
[Editor’s Note: We received the following announcement from MyHeritage and Legacy Family Tree, with whom we have affiliate relationships. See the full disclosures at the end of this article for more information.]
MyHeritage and FamilyTreeWebinars.com are pleased to announce that registration is now open for its 2019 Legacy Family Tree Webinar Series. Choose from 73 classes from genealogy’s leading educators on topics ranging from Australia to New Mexico to France, from OneNote to Google Photos, from the DAR to Forensic Genealogy, and from DNA Painter to Reclaim the Records.
The 2019 series brings the addition of weekly themes. In addition to hosting the MyHeritage and BCG webinars series (to be announced separately), Legacy will now broadcast DNA webinars the first Wednesday of each month, a places/ethnicity topic the 3rd Wednesday of the month, technology topics on the 4th Wednesday and Methodology topics the last Friday of each month. These new themed webinars join the previously announced new Down Under series. There’s surely something for everyone!
BCG Webinar Series
We are proud to once again host the monthly webinar series for the Board for Certification of Genealogists where we will learn from the likes of Claire Bettag, Debra Miezala, Harold Henderson, and nine other board-certified genealogists. See the press release here.
MyHeritage Webinar Series
And for the second year – we will be the host of the exclusive webinar series, MyHeritage Webinars, where we will learn about matching technology, and get insights into old photos, city directories and much more. Watch this blog for the announcement soon.
Down Under Series
We are most proud to host the new Down Under series – webinars designed for genealogists in Australia and New Zealand – at 12pm (noon) on Wednesdays. They’ll have their very own Webinar Wednesday with convenient timing. Click HERE for a list of upcoming Down Under Series webinars.
We’ve partnered with the Federation of Genealogical Societies to help you prepare for their annual conference to be held August 21-24 in Washington DC. First, learn from conference Chair, Pamela Boyer Sayre, in her free webinar What Would You Do If You Had Five Days in Washington DC? Then in March, we will release a 13-class series to learn about the attendee’s repository of interest – The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Library of Congress, or Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library. This will give conference goers the special knowledge they need to decide which pre-conference research opportunity they want. This bonus webinar series will be available to FGS registrants and webinar subscribers.
For the first time, we will host live webinars in foreign languages: Swedish, French, Spanish, Norwegian, Danish and Finnish. More information to come soon.
Every webinar recording will be captioned for the hearing impaired. We really are striving to serve the entire world!
BONUS Webinars for Subscribers
In addition to the live webinar series, every Friday is “Member Friday” where subscribers will enjoy a bonus pre-recorded webinar! Watch for the schedule of titles soon.
Sign Up for One, Several or All of the 2019 Legacy Family Tree Webinars
Sign up (it’s FREE!) for one or for all of them today and you will receive a reminder email both one day and two hours prior to the live event.
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Save 15% on FamilyTreeWebinars.com Memberships
All live webinars are free and their recordings are free to watch for the first seven (7) days. But with a subscription to FamilyTreeWebinars.com you get these additional benefits:
- Access to 1) all the existing 833 classes in the library (1,082 hours of quality genealogy education), 2) plus the 116 webinars that will be added during the 2019 season, 3) plus any additional bonus subscribers-only webinars (hundreds of these so far) – all available for the duration of your membership
- Access to all 3,582 pages of instructors’ handouts plus the new handouts of the 2019 season
- Access to all webinars and handouts from our new Down Under series
- Chat logs from the live webinars
- Additional 5% off anything at FamilyTreeWebinars.com
- Chance for a bonus subscribers-only door prize during each live webinar
- Additional members-only BONUS webinars
- Playlist, resume watching, and jump-to features
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2019 Legacy Family Tree Webinars Speakers
Lots of brand new speakers join many of your favorites for 2019. One of them may be the one to help you break down your genealogical brick wall! Don’t miss even one week!
2019 Legacy Family Tree Webinars Schedule
Down Under Channel (1st Wednesdays, 12pm Sydney time)
|Researching in Australian Archives||Helen Smith||January 2|
|Six Feet Under Down Under – Cemetery records in Australia||Jill Ball||February 6|
|Polled! Finding your ancestors in New South Wales colonial muster and census returns||Carol Baxter||March 6|
|One Touch Genealogy Research: How to Handle a Record Just Once||Thomas MacEntee||April 3|
|English Parish Records: More than Hatch, Match and Dispatch||Helen Smith||May 1|
|They really didn’t swim! Finding your ancestors in New South Wales colonial shipping records||Carol Baxter||June 5|
|Remedies for Copy & Paste Genealogy||Cyndi Ingle||July 3|
|Finding Families in New Zealand||Fiona Brooker||August 7|
|Are you Lost? Using Maps, Gazetteers and Directories for British Isles Research||Paul Milner||September 4|
|The Stories Behind the Segments||Blaine Bettinger, Ph.D., J.D.||October 2|
|Trove: An Australian and Beyond Genealogical Treasure||Helen Smith||November 6|
|Buried Treasures: What’s in the English Parish Chest||Paul Milner||December 4|
DNA Channel (1st Wednesdays, 2pm eastern U.S. time)
|DNA Rights and Wrongs: The Ethical Side of Testing||Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL||January 2|
|DNA and the GPS solves a mystery: Hamiltons in Colonial New England||Shellee Morehead, PhD, CG||February 6|
|A Guide to Third Party Tools For DNA Testing||Michelle Leonard||March 6|
|An Introduction to DNA Painter||Jonny Perl||April 3|
|How to use autosomal DNA to resolve historical paternity cases||Ugo Perego||May 1|
|Lessons in Jewish DNA||Israel Pickholtz||June 5|
|Evaluating Shared DNA||Paul Woodbury||July 3|
|Case Studies in Gray: Identifying Shared Ancestries Through DNA and Genealogy||Nicka Smith||August 7|
|Combining DNA and Traditional Research – In-Depth Case Studies||Michelle Leonard||September 4|
|A Day Out With Your DNA||Diahan Southard||October 2|
|Understanding Ethnicity Estimates||Mary Eberle, JD||November 6|
|Which Spot Does ‘X’ Mark, Anyway? X-DNA Testing in Action||Debra Renard||December 4|
|**other DNA webinars in Misc and MyHeritage Channels|
MyHeritage Channel (2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 2pm eastern U.S. time)
Registration coming soon…
Foreign Language Channel (2nd Wednesdays, 2pm eastern U.S. time)
Registration coming soon…
Misc Channel (2nd/5th Wednesdays, 8/2pm eastern U.S. time)
|Maintaining an Organized Computer||Cyndi Ingle||January 9|
|You Can Do This: Photo Organizing and Preservation||Thomas MacEntee||January 30|
|Reconstructing Your Genetic Family Tree||Blaine Bettinger, Ph.D., J.D.||February 13|
|Reclaim The Records: Using Freedom of Information Laws for Genealogy||Brooke Ganz||March 13|
|Plain Folk – Researching Amish and Mennonite Families||Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, AG||April 10|
|Surprise Webinar||Surprise Guest||May 8|
|Tools for Translating and Transcribing Genealogy Records||Thomas MacEntee||May 29|
|Tracking Your Digital Bread Crumbs: Bookmarks, Toolbars, Notes, and Other Applications||Cyndi Ingle||June 12|
|Google Photos: one photo app to rule them all||Devin Ashby||July 31|
|Basics of Land Platting – Part 1||J. Mark Lowe, CG, FUGA||August 14|
|Advanced DNA Techniques: Using Phasing to Test DNA Segments||Blaine Bettinger, Ph.D., J.D.||September 11|
|50 Records that Document Female Ancestors||Gena Philibert-Ortega||October 9|
|Seven Steps to Manage Digital Files||Denise May Levenick||October 30|
|Soldier’s Homes (1865-1930) – Caring for our veterans||Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA||November 13|
|Grandma’s Obituary Box: The Use of Obituaries in Genealogical Research and Their Role in American Culture||Pam Stone Eagleson, CG||December 11|
Board for Certification of Genealogists Channel (3rd Tuesdays, 8pm eastern U.S. time)
|Visualizing Information for Genealogists||Margaret R. Fortier, CG||January 15|
|Applying Evidence to Genealogical Research Questions||Melissa Johnson, CG||February 19|
|The Five-story Fall: Correlating Indirect and Direct Evidence to Extend the Pedigree||Debra S. Mieszala, CG||March 19|
|Transcribing Documents: There is More Than Meets the Eye!||LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG||April 16|
|Valid and Unsound Assumptions: What Was She Thinking?||Jeanne Bloom, CG||May 21|
|Using Another Library Source: the Government Document Section||Patricia Stamm, CG, CGL||June 18|
|Lesser Used Records for Research in the Netherlands||Yvette Hoitink, CG||July 16 *2pm start|
|Ten Tools for Genealogical Writing||Harold Henderson, CG||August 20|
|Civil Law Concepts and Genealogy||Claire Bettag, CG||September 17 *live only|
|Civil Law Records in Genealogical Research: Notarial Records||Claire Bettag, CG||October 15 *live only|
|Native American Research: Things You May Not Know||Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS, FUGA||November 19|
|Marriages Here, There, and Nowhere: Finding Gretna Greens and Borders||J. Mark Lowe, CG, FUGA||December 17|
Places/Ethnicity Channel (3rd Wednesdays, 2pm eastern U.S. time)
|What Would You Do If You Had Five Days in Washington, DC?||Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA||January 16|
|Online Resources for French Genealogy part I||Paul Woodbury||February 20|
|One African-American family’s story of Migration from the South: A Boarding House in Detroit…||J. Mark Lowe, CG, FUGA||March 20|
|Boost Your Germanic Research: Understand Historical Jurisdictions||Teresa Steinkamp McMillin, CG||April 17|
|The 10 Most Useful Databases for Eastern European Research||Lisa Alzo||May 15|
|Researching in New Mexico||Henrietta Martinez Christmas||June 19|
|Prince Edward Island Repositories and Records||Melanie McComb||July 10|
|Research Your Newfoundland Ancestors||Tessa Keough||July 17|
|Research Latin America Genealogical Resources on the Internet||Daniel Horowitz||September 18|
|Italian Civil Registration (Stato Civile): Going Beyond the Basics||Melanie D. Holtz, CG||October 16|
|A la Karte: Borders, Maps and Gazetteers for German Genealogists||James M. Beidler||November 20|
|How to trace your UK ancestry||Kirsty Gray||December 18|
Technology Channel (4th Wednesdays, 2pm eastern U.S. time)
|Using OneNote With Your Genealogy||Tessa Keough||January 23|
|A Month’s Worth of Must-Have Tech Tips To Start Using Today||Gena Philibert-Ortega||February 27|
|No Purchase Necessary: Free Genealogy Tools for Your iPad/iPhone||Devin Ashby||March 27|
|Comparing the Genealogy Giants: Ancestry.com, FamilySearch, Findmypast and MyHeritage – 2019 edition||Sunny Morton||April 24|
|Google Drive: an Office in the Cloud||DearMYRTLE and Russ Worthington||May 22|
|Spreadsheets 401 : Excel-lent Inspiration||Mary Kircher Roddy||June 26|
|Should You Take the Hint? Automatic Record Hinting on the Giant Genealogy||Sunny Morton||July 24|
|Bullet Journaling for Genealogy||Shellee Morehead, PhD, CG||August 21|
|Using Teams With Your Genealogy||Tessa Keough||August 28|
|Meaningful Tables and Graphs for Correlation in Family History||Ruth Wilson Craig, CG||September 25|
|Top Tech Tips for the Technologist and the Genealogist – 2019 edition||Geoff Rasmussen||October 23|
Methodology Channel (4th Fridays, 2pm eastern U.S. time)
|Patriot or Not?: Using the Genealogical Proof Standard on a Closed DAR Line||Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL||January 25|
|Using Timelines and Tables to Analyze Your Research||Cari Taplin, CG||February 22|
|A Terrible Malady: Disease and Epidemics in New England||Lori Lyn Price, MAS, MLA||March 22|
|How I Built My Own Brick Wall||Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG, CGL||April 26|
|Compiling a Military Service Record||Craig R. Scott, MA, CG, FUGA||May 24|
|5 Steps to Becoming a Good Ancestor||Marian Pierre-Louis||June 28|
|Census Hurdles: How to Jump Over or Go Around||Cari Taplin, CG||July 26|
|Introduction to Forensic Genealogy||Kelvin L. Meyers||August 23|
|The Home Archivist: Preserving Family Records Like a Pro!||Melissa Barker||September 27|
|Decoding Secret Societies: Finding Your Female Fraternal Ancestors||Michael L. Strauss, AG||October 25|
|No Will? No Problem!||Sharon Monson||November 22|
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