Register for tonight's Down Under webinar: Shackles, shekels and shrapnel: the exodus to the Southern seas by Michelle Patient

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Changes in Britain post the 1776 War of Independence, along with Capt James Cook’s mapping of New Zealand (1769) and New South Wales (1770), led to convicts and marines being sent to Botany Bay in 1787. So began British migration to the Southern Seas. Factors driving various waves of migration (economic, political, family ties, adventure) will be discussed, along with the effects the British Diasporas had on the Aboriginal and Māori Communities and their environment. Tips on tracing those missing down-under branches of your tree will also be covered.
 
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MichellePatient-144x144Michelle Patient is a genealogist, computer geek, and DNA enthusiast, with qualifications in Chemistry and Geology. She grew up with a grandmother whose family stories, photographs, and memorabilia sparked her life-long interest in genealogy. In 1989 Michelle began searching for her English half-sister, and in 2005 she reconnected her mother with her birth family. With ancestry ranging from early Australian military and convicts, and Australian & New Zealand early colonists, through to post-WWII Royal Naval Support, her personal research covers a wide range of British Isles diasporas and early Down Under research. She has separated facts from fiction, uncovering stories of will disputes, adoptions, children being given away, bankruptcies, and murder-suicides. Adding DNA research to her genealogy tool kit has increased the range of Michelle’s methods, revealing skeletons, and breaking down many brick walls. Michelle volunteers for several genealogical societies and is one of the DNA consultants behind the Australian SBS TV series Every Family has a Secret.

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Webtember! Replays of today's 6 classes now online for limited time

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Our first day of Webtember is in the books, and what a marvelous day it was! More than 6,800 of you from 68 countries registered for today's live event. Here's just a few of my favorite comments from viewers:

"They opened my mind to new possibilities in my research, and that's a good thing." - Kathy Maher

"This was a fantastic presentation that has opened my mind to new avenues and ways of approaching my family history research." - Graham Lowe

"I have been waiting for this webinar in particular and was thrilled to get some longstanding questions answered and a wealth of resources to help me complete this research project. Wonderful, accessible and informative speakers. Thank you so much!" - Dana Stripling

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Here's the list of today's classes:

  • 10 Best Self-Publishing Tips for Family Historians by Lisa Alzo
  • Changing Places, Changing Borders: Overcoming geographic challenges by Dave Obee
  • Tracing migrating ancestors: Who, what, where, when, why and how by Myko Clelland
  • Descendants of the Enslaved and Enslavers – Working Together to Discover Family by Cheri Hudson Passey and Sharon Batiste Gillins
  • What You Can Learn from Lineage Societies… Without Being a Member! by Elizabeth Swanay O'Neal
  • Italian Civil Marriage Supplements by Suzanne Russo Adams, AG

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Top 10 genealogy webinars — August 2022

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We've tallied the numbers and made a list of the Top 10 FamilyTreeWebinars.com classes for August 2022! 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-1,824 genealogy classes in the members-only library, these were the most frequently played during the month of August 2022.  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 August 2022

1. Finding Fayette’s Father: Autosomal DNA Reveals Misattributed Parentage by Jennifer Zinck, CG

2. FamilySearch.org - 5 More Links You Have to Try by Devin Ashby

3. What’s New at DNA Painter by Jonny Perl

4. Irish Emigration to North America: Before during and after Famine by Paul Milner FUGA, MDiv

5. U.S. Revolutionary War: A Case Study Approach by Craig R. Scott, MA, CG, FUGA

6. Need help with grammar and punctuation? There's a tool for that! by Cathie Sherwood

7. Documents + DNA + Method + a little bit of Luck: Combining Tools to Find Biological Family by Elizabeth Williams Gomoll, CG

8. Changing New England Records in the 1800s by Diane MacLean Boumenot

9. Ancestor's Religions in the U.S. by Carolyn L. Whitton, CG

10. Researching Oklahoma Roots by Billie Stone Fogarty, M.Ed.

The Runner-Ups

11. Using DNA To Solve Interlinked Mysteries by Michelle Leonard

12. Negative Evidence: Making Something Out of Nothing by Denise E. Cross, MSLIS, CG

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

14. The Staff of the U.S. Census by Seema Kenney

15. An Introduction to DNA Painter by Jonny Perl

16. African Americans Heading West by Janice Lovelace, PhD

17. Top 10 Secrets to Using MyHeritage by Daniel Horowitz

18. The Draft and the Selective Service System by Michael L. Strauss, AG

19. Identifying Common Ancestors with DNA by Shahar Tenenbaum

20. Danish Research with Online Records at MyHeritage and Beyond by Mike Mansfield

The 2nd Runner-Ups

21. One hour to master your camera settings by Jared Hodges

22. Tracing Your Alberta Connections by Dave Obee

23. Proving Parentage Two Centuries Later Using DNA Evidence by David S. Ouimette, CG, CGL

24. Researching Your Connecticut Ancestors by Marian Pierre-Louis

25. Understanding Massachusetts Vital Records by Marian Pierre-Louis

26. FamilySearch.org - 10 Links You Have to Try by Devin Ashby

27. 'What are the Odds?' An online tool that can help solve DNA puzzles by Jonny Perl

28. Rhode Island State Census for Genealogists by Diane MacLean Boumenot

29. Make your photos speak with DeepStory by Daniel Horowitz

30. A Terrible Malady: Disease and Epidemics in New England by Lori Lyn Price, MAS, MLA

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Direct Your Letters to San Jose: Following Ancestors’ Migration Trails - free replay of today's webinar now online for limited time

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The recording of today's webinar, "Direct Your Letters to San Jose: Following Ancestors’ Migration Trails" by David W. Jackson is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

U.S. Migration patterns trended from the east to west coasts as Manifest Destiny played out in our American ancestors’ lives. Did they write letters? Yes, they did. Did they keep a diary? Likely. But, have those documents survived, and if so where might they be located? Follow through historical documents the 100+year Westward Migration of one family who created, saved, and handed down pertinent historical documents pinpointing their migration from Kentucky to Illinois in the early 1830s, chronicled an overland journey to the California Gold Rush 20 years later in 1850, then later emigrated from Illinois to Kansas in the early days of the Civil War. Discover what brought one descendant to Kansas City, Missouri, after World War II. Where’s their next stop? This case study is studded with potential research avenues for any genealogist, anthropologist, archivist, cartographer, or automobile enthusiast.

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Register for Webinar Wednesday — Direct Your Letters to San Jose: Following Ancestors’ Migration Trails by David W. Jackson

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U.S. Migration patterns trended from the east to west coasts as Manifest Destiny played out in our American ancestors’ lives. Did they write letters? Yes, they did. Did they keep a diary? Likely. But, have those documents survived, and if so where might they be located? Follow through historical documents the 100+year Westward Migration of one family who created, saved, and handed down pertinent historical documents pinpointing their migration from Kentucky to Illinois in the early 1830s, chronicled an overland journey to the California Gold Rush 20 years later in 1850, then later emigrated from Illinois to Kansas in the early days of the Civil War. Discover what brought one descendant to Kansas City, Missouri, after World War II. Where’s their next stop? This case study is studded with potential research avenues for any genealogist, anthropologist, archivist, cartographer, or automobile enthusiast.
 
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DavidJackson-144x144David W. Jackson began genealogy in 1980 at age 11. He graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Historic Preservation from Southeast Missouri State University. He enjoyed a 20+year career as a local historian and archivist for nonprofit historical organizations (including Unity Archives at Unity School of Christianity’s World Headquarters and Jackson County (Mo.) Historical Society). And, since 1996, he has been director of The Orderly Pack Rat (orderlypackrat.com), an independent research, consulting and publishing house.

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Tracing Your Alberta Connections - free replay of today's webinar by Dave Obee now online for limited time

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The recording of today's webinar, "Tracing Your Alberta Connections" by Dave Obee is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

Alberta is unique among the 10 Canadian provinces. It was the last of the three Prairie provinces to be opened to homesteading, which meant land in that province was available just as quality homesteading land dried up in the United States. That brought a rush from south of the border, and the American influence is still felt today. There has been another mass influx of people eager to work in the energy industry. Many of the key sources used in researching your ancestors or cousins in Alberta are also unique, so local knowledge is essential. This session identifies those sources for you, and will help you get results in your searches.

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Register for Friday's 'O Canada' Webinar Series webinar: Tracing Your Alberta Connections by Dave Obee

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Alberta is unique among the 10 Canadian provinces. It was the last of the three Prairie provinces to be opened to homesteading, which meant land in that province was available just as quality homesteading land dried up in the United States. That brought a rush from south of the border, and the American influence is still felt today. There has been another mass influx of people eager to work in the energy industry. Many of the key sources used in researching your ancestors or cousins in Alberta are also unique, so local knowledge is essential. This session identifies those sources for you, and will help you get results in your searches.
 
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DaveObee-144x144Dave Obee is a journalist and genealogical researcher who has written a dozen books and given more than 700 presentations at conferences and seminars in Canada, the United States and Australia since 1997.

He is Editor and Publisher of the Times Colonist in Victoria, British Columbia. He has worked as a journalist in British Columbia and Alberta since 1972.

In 2012, Dave was awarded an honorary doctorate of laws by the University of Victoria for his work as a historian, genealogist and journalist.

In 2017, Dave was awarded the annual Bill Good award, which recognizes a B.C. journalist, leader or educator who has made a significant impact in journalism and in the community at large. In 2014, in recognition of his work as a community volunteer, he was presented with the Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award, now known as the Sovereign Medal for Volunteers.

In 2021, the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International named Dave a Paul Harris Fellow, in appreciation of tangible and significant assistance given for the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations among peoples of the world.

He was a member of the services consultation committee at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa for four years. He is also a former member of the board of Canada’s History Society, which publishes Canada’s History, the magazine formerly known as The Beaver, and Kayak, which is a history magazine for children, as well as related websites.

Dave is a columnist for Internet Genealogy magazine and Your Genealogy Today magazine, formerly Family Chronicle. Dave has also written about family history for Canada’s History as well as Your Family Tree in the United Kingdom.

In 2012, the British Columbia Historical Federation named Dave’s book, The Library Book: A History of Service to British Columbia, one of the province’s top three examples of historical writing in 2011. The book is a comprehensive look at library service and development over the past two centuries. His work on the book led to Dave receiving the B.C. Library Association’s 2010/2011 Keith Sacre Library Champion Award, the association’s top award for non-librarians.

In 2016 Dave received a Heritage Advocate award from North Vancouver District in recognition of his work on the history of the district’s library system, published in 2014 as Fifty! With a Fabulous Future.

In 2009, the British Columbia Historical Federation awarded Dave a Certificate of Appreciation “for his many contributions to British Columbia History.” The certificate says Dave “has researched, spoken, written, campaigned, lobbied and published the province’s heritage.”

Dave has also received a Certificate of Recognition from Heritage BC, for his work on the British Colonist website, which features 100 years of the leading newspaper in Victoria. The website was based on an idea hatched by Dave and university professors John Lutz and Patrick Dunae. This site makes a top resource available to researchers around the world.

In 2012, Dave published Counting Canada: A Genealogical Guide to the Canadian Census. Dave is also the author of Destination Canada: A Genealogical Guide to Immigration Records, published in 2010. He wrote Making the News, published by the Times Colonist in Victoria, British Columbia, in 2008 to mark the 150th anniversary of the newspaper. It is a comprehensive history of Vancouver Island, drawn from old newspapers. Dave is also the co-author (with Sherry Irvine) of Finding Your Canadian Ancestors: A Beginner’s Guide, published by Ancestry in 2007.

Dave’s latest book is the second edition of Royal Oak Burial Park: A History and Guide, a 192-page look at the largest cemetery on Vancouver Island. The book includes 400 mini-biographies of people buried or cremated at Royal Oak.

Dave was one of the founders of the annual Times Colonist book drive, which has raised more than $2 million in support of school libraries and other literacy projects since 1998.

For several years, he taught family history courses for the continuing education department of Royal Roads University in Colwood, British Columbia. He has been speaking at genealogical events since 1997. A complete list of genealogy sessions is on Dave’s schedule page. This site also has more about Dave’s topics. There is also information on Dave’s books.

Dave runs CanGenealogy, a link site that is selective and sorted for ease of use. He also runs Volhynia.com, a website dedicated to the old German colonies in the northwest corner of Ukraine.

Dave has visited 17 countries in Europe, and has done genealogical research in most of them. He has a keen interest in world war battle areas in France, Belgium and Luxembourg. He served as president of the Foundation for East European Family History Studies from 2004 through 2007.

Dave was born in British Columbia, and his roots there go back to the arrival of his great-great-grandfather from Manitoba in 1890. Some of his paternal ancestors arrived in North America two centuries ago, settling in New York State and Ontario. His mother was born in a German colony in the Soviet Union, and came with her parents to Canada in 1928. Dave has lived in many areas of British Columbia (including Victoria, Kamloops, Vernon, Kelowna, Prince George, Smithers and Fernie) and Alberta (including Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Falun).

He has been researching his own family history since 1978, when he took a continuing education course through Camosun College in Victoria, British Columbia. After puttering about for a few years, he started making real progress with the guidance of Rena Derricott at the Family History Centre in Lethbridge, Alberta.

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Researching Oklahoma Roots - free replay of today's webinar by Billie Stone Fogarty, M.Ed. now online for limited time

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The recording of today's webinar, "Researching Oklahoma Roots" by Billie Stone Fogarty, M.Ed. is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

The 46th state has a much longer history and more available records than most people realize. You may have discovered a possible link to Oklahoma, a Choctaw word meaning “red people.” Or perhaps you want to search for an elusive ancestor who may have hidden in Indian Territory or Oklahoma Territory, the “Twin Territories” that combined to become Oklahoma. This introduction to Oklahoma genealogical research will highlight the unique records that were created due to our unusual and exciting history.

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Register for Webinar Wednesday: Researching Oklahoma Roots by Billie Stone Fogarty, M.Ed.

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The 46th state has a much longer history and more available records than most people realize. You may have discovered a possible link to Oklahoma, a Choctaw word meaning “red people.” Or perhaps you want to search for an elusive ancestor who may have hidden in Indian Territory or Oklahoma Territory, the “Twin Territories” that combined to become Oklahoma. This introduction to Oklahoma genealogical research will highlight the unique records that were created due to our unusual and exciting history.
 
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BillieFogarty-144x144Billie Stone Fogarty, a full-time professional genealogist, is the past president of the Association of Professional Genealogists, Vice President of the Oklahoma Genealogical Society, and a state-wide elected member of the Oklahoma Historical Society Board of Directors. A sixth generation Oklahoman, she has 18 documented ancestors who were in Oklahoma before it was a state. An educator and frequent speaker at national and state genealogy conferences, she is also former president of the Genealogical Speakers Guild. Billie is active on the regional, state, and local level in advancing genealogical research and open records access as the Oklahoma liaison for the Records Preservation and Access Committee.

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Make Your Photos Speak with DeepStory - free replay of today's webinar now online

Make Your Photos Speak with DeepStory - free replay of today's webinar now online

The recording of today's webinar, "Make Your Photos Speak with DeepStory" by Daniel Horowitz is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free.

Webinar Description

Learn how to use MyHeritage to breathe new life into your old family photos animating the faces with Deep Nostalgia™ and making them speak with DeepStory.

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If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour 16 minute recording of "Make Your Photos Speak with DeepStory" is now available to view in our webinar library for free.

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  • 5% off all products at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com (must be logged in at checkout)
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  • Chance for a members-only door prize during each live webinar
  • Access to register for bonus members-only webinars
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