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Top 10 genealogy webinars PLUS the #1 rated — June 2023

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We've tallied the numbers and made a list of the Top 10 most-watched FamilyTreeWebinars.com classes for June 2023! Are your favorite topics or instructors among the list? Need something new to learn? Use the list to get inspired!

Each month thousands of Legacy Family Tree Webinar subscribers head for the library to learn new skills and techniques to help improve their genealogy research. Among the now-2,003 genealogy classes in the members-only library, these were the most watched during the month of June 2023.  They aren't necessarily the newest classes but rather the topics that were sought out by our members.

Have you seen any of these classes? Are these among your favorites too? Some of these classes (and topics) might be new to you! Get inspired to learn more and make your genealogy journey more fun!

The Top 10 for June 2023

1. What’s the Evidence? How to Probe Documents Beyond the Obvious by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL

2. Putting it All Together: Making Sense of All the Research You’ve Done by Robyn Smith

3. Samuel Witter vs. Samuel Witter: Separating Same Name Men, War of 1812 by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL

4. How Do I Keep All This Stuff Straight: Organizing Your Research by Billie Stone Fogarty, M.Ed.

5. Okay, I ‘Got the Neighbors’—Now What Do I Do with Them?! by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL

6. Discovering More From Your Next Generation Sequence (NGS | Big Y) Test by Mags Gaulden

7. Create a Free Google Earth Historic Map Collection for Your Research by Lisa Louise Cooke

8. Fishing in Your Match List with MyHeritage DNA Tools by Paul Woodbury, MEd., AG

9. Finding Your One Among Millions: Methods and Tips for Urban Research, a New York City Case Study by Amy Larner Giroux, PhD, CG, CGL

10. Finding Your Ancestors in Canadian Land Records by Tara Shymanski

The Runner-Ups

11. A Fresh Light on Old Newspapers by Dave Obee

12. Afro-Louisiana History and Genealogy, 1718-1820 by Nicka Smith

13. Quickly Organize Your DNA Matches with the Leeds Method by Dana Leeds

14. The Top 10 DNA Features on MyHeritage by Richard Hill

15.Elusive Ancestors: Never Too Poor to Trace by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL

16. Using Multiple WATO Analyses to break through a Brick Wall by Maurice Gleeson

17. Introduction to and Overview of Microsoft PowerPoint – Class 1 of 8 by Seema Kenney

18. Name Changes and the Law by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL

19. An Introduction to Reimagine, the New Photo App from MyHeritage by Ran Snir

20. Margaret’s Baby’s Father & The Lessons He Taught Me by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL

The 2nd Runner-Ups

21. Another Four Sources for New Zealand Family History by Fiona Brooker

22. Smiths & Joneses: Success with Families of Common Name by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL

23. 6 Clues Revealed in Census Records by Tara Shymanski

24. FAN + GPS + DNA: The Problem-Solver's Great Trifecta by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL

25. Newspapers in Mexico by Lisa Medina

26. Urban Mapping Tools by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA

27. The 5 steps to organizing your DNA in 2023 by Diahan Southard

28. Trousers, Black Domestic, Tacks & Housekeeping Bills: Problem-Solving with “Trivial Details” by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL

29. Cluster Research: Using Groups of People to Find Your People by Robyn Smith

30. PERSI 2.0: The New PERSI for Everyone by Sunny Morton

Access to classes in the Legacy Family Tree Webinar library are available with an webinar membership. Not a member? Become one! Or watch one of our free classes here.

The #1 rated webinar in June 2023

After each live webinar, viewers rate the webinar on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the highest). This month's #1 rated webinar is:

Afro-Louisiana History and Genealogy, 1718-1820 by Nicka Smith

Congrats to Nicka!

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