Free Family History Classes and Webinars for April 2021 – March 31, 2021

I saw this on FamilySearch today – Free Family History Classes and Webinars for April 2021: https://media.familysearch.org/free-family-history-classes-and-webinars-for-april-2021/.

Increase your ability to make more family discoveries by virtually attending the FamilySearch Family History Library’s free April 2021 Webinars. Sessions feature beginner level classes covering US research tips, Genetic Genealogy (DNA)Analyzing What You Know, Finding Original RecordsCorrecting Relationships and Merging Dupicates (in Family Tree), an open Q&A session plus one Spanish language class entitled ¿Qué dice? Cómo leer la escritura antigua (What does it say? How to read ancient writing.).

Spend a day with the FamilySearch US Research team learning tips and tricks for discovery your US ancestors in a hands-on case study learning format (See Finding the Parents of Bertha Kantner: An Interactive How-to US Research Case Study).

Update your genealogy sleuthing skills with information on genetic genealogy in a series of sessions covering Why and How Genealogists use DNAGrouping MatchesDetermining RelationshipsFinding Unknown Parents, and Solving a Brick Wall (case study).  If your family history leads back to England ten sessons will immerse you in Resources on Ancestry and FindMyPast, the FamilySearch WikiReading Old Handwriting, plus Church of England records, English History, and England jurisdictions.

No registration is required for these free online sessions. See the table of classes below for more details.

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DATE/TIMECLASSWEBINAR
Thu, Apr 1, 10:00 AM MSTResearch Process: Finding Original Records (Beginner)Yes
Thu, Apr 1, 1:00 PM MSTHessian Soldiers: Their History and How to Find Them in America and Germany (Beginner)Yes
Mon, Apr 5, 10:00 AM MSTUsing the FamilySearch Catalog (Beginner)Yes
Tue, Apr 6, 10:00 AM MSTMerging Duplicate Records in FamilySearch Family Tree (Beginner)Yes
Thu, Apr 8, 9:00 AM MSTFinding the Parents of Bertha Kantner: An Interactive How-to US Research Case Study (7 hour event with frequent breaks) (Beginner)Yes
Tue, Apr 13, 10:00 AM MSTCorrecting Relationships in FamilySearch Family Tree (Beginner)Yes
Thu, Apr 15, 10:00 AM MSTUnited States Military Draft Records (Intermediate)Yes
Thu, Apr 15, 1:00 PM MST¿Qué dice? Cómo leer la escritura antigua (Beginner)Yes
Tue, Apr 20, 10:00 AM MSTAdding Memories to FamilySearch Family Tree (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 9:00 AM MSTNever Trust… (Beginner) by the British Research TeamYes
Fri, Apr 23, 9:30 AM MSTEnglish History and Family History Research: 1066-1714 (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 10:00 AM MSTEnglish History and Family History Research: 1714-1939 (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 10:30 AM MSTEngland Jurisdictions (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 11:00 AM MSTChurch of England Records before 1813 (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 11:30 AM MSTChurch of England Records from 1813 onward (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 1:00 PM MSTThat’s English?! Reading Old Handwriting (Intermediate)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 1:30 PM MDTIntroduction to Quarter Sessions Records (Intermediate)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 2:00 PM MDTEngland Research in the FamilySearch Wiki (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 2:30 PM MDTKey English Resources on FamilySearch.org (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 3:00 PM MDTKey English Resources on Ancestry.com (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 3:30 PM MDTKey English Resources on FindMyPast.com (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 4:00 PM MSTStart with What You Know, Analyze What You Know (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Apr 23, 4:30 PM MSTOpen Question and Answer (Beginner)Yes
Mon, Apr 26, 9:00 AM MSTWhy Genealogists Use DNA (Beginner)Yes
Mon, Apr 26, 9:45 AM MSTHow Genealogists Use DNA (Beginner)Yes
Mon, Apr 26, 10:30 AM MSTGrouping DNA Matches (Beginner)Yes
Mon, Apr 26, 1:00 PM MSTUsing DNA to Determine Relationships (Beginner)Yes
Mon, Apr 26, 2:15 PM MSTUsing DNA to Find Unknown Parents: A Case Study (Beginner)Yes
Mon, Apr 26, 3:00 PM MSTUsing DNA to Solve a Brick Wall: A Case Study (Beginner)Yes
Tue, Apr 27, 10:00 AM MSTUsing the FamilySearch Mobile Apps (Beginner)Yes

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About Wichita Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's collaborateDealspotr.com
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