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Upcoming genealogy webinars - 10 to choose from - including "Cracking the Case of Nathan Brown's parents"

In just over a year we've hosted 38 free genealogy webinars (online classes)! Thanks to all the terrific speakers and attendees - it's the most exciting thing I've been a part of!

We're not slowing down either. We have 10 more webinars to choose from through the end of the year, including one that I've been looking forward to for much too long. During the November 2 webinar, Marian Pierre-Louis will reveal to me who Nathan Brown's parents are and how she found them.

Register for one or for all of them. Register today and we'll remind you both the day before and one hour before the live event. Here's what's coming up through the end of the year:


The Three Cs of Irish Research: Civil Registration, Church Records, and Census, presented by Judy Wight on Wednesday, October 19.

Let Your Voice Be Heard in the Digital Conversation, presented by Drusilla Pair on Wednesday, October 26.

Click here for more information or to register.


Cracking the Case of Nathan Brown's Parents, presented by Marian Pierre-Louis on Wednesday, November 2.

FamilyRoots Organizer System presented by Mary Hill on Friday, November 4.

It Is Well With My Soul: Finding Ancestors Amid the Rubble of Disaster and Misfortune presented by Thomas MacEntee on Wednesday, November 9.

Creating a Shareable CD with Legacy and Passage Express Software presented by Jefferson Shupe on Wednesday, November 16.

Celebrate the Holidays and Share Family History with Heritage Collector Software, presented by Kathleen Bitter on Friday, November 18.

A Closer Look at Google+, presented by Dan Lynch on Wednesday, November 30.

Click here for more information or to register.


Tracing Immigrant Ancestors presented by Lisa Alzo on Wednesday, December 7.

"Is My Pet Frog Part of My Family?" Children and Genealogy in the Classroom presented by Maureen Taylor on Wednesday, December 14.

Click here for more information or to register.

See you online!


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