Government Gazettes as a Genealogical Resource - free webinar replay by Helen V. Smith now available to view for limited time

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The recording of today's webinar, "Government Gazettes as a Genealogical Resource" by Helen V. Smith is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

The Gazettes were the weekly notices of Government activities meant for other government departments and some were available to the public. They are an untapped genealogical resource. The general gazette lists government appointments, various licences, Justices of the Peace, changes to legislation, deceased estates, and so much more. Police Gazettes (only available to Police departments) list police officer movements, reports of crime often listing victims, reports on entry and exit from prison, Missing Friends notices while Education Gazettes list teacher movements, school information and more. Each colony had its own Gazettes and post Federation in 1901 the Commonwealth also produced a Government Gazette.

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BCG to Host Joy Reisinger Lecture Series: Six Free Lectures on Friday, 7 October 2022

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Joy D. Reisinger (1934-2013)

We are pleased to once again host the Joy Reisinger Lecture Series for the Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG) on Friday, October 7, 2022. The six classes will be taught live at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City and will be simultaneously broadcast via our webinar platform. See the full announcement and registration link below.

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The Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG) will host six live webinars, free and available to the public, as this year’s Reisinger Memorial Lecture Series on 7 October 2022. The hour-long webinars begin at 9:00 a.m. MDT (11:00 a.m. EDT and 4:00 p.m. GMT) and continue throughout the day. Six leading genealogists will speak on topics related to the Genealogical Proof Standard, solving genealogical problems by discovering and using a wide variety of appropriate sources, and immigration. The webinars are part of the Joy Reisinger Memorial Lecture Series and are presented in conjunction with Legacy Family Tree Webinars. To register for the Reisinger Memorial Lecture series, use this link: https://familytreewebinars.com/reisinger/.
 
The lecture series is presented annually in memory of BCG’s former trustee and vice president, Joy Reisinger, who began this lecture series for Family History Library staff during BCG’s fall board meetings. Joy was an advocate for open records access, a lecturer on research methods, and an expert on Canadian resources, especially those of Quebec.
 
The schedule for the lectures is:
 

  • 9 a.m. MDT. "When Wrong is Actually Right: Constructing Proof Arguments for Counterintuitive Conflicts," Meryl Schumacker, CG
    Name changes, enumerator errors, and terrible informants can combine to create major inconsistencies in documentation. Records that, at first glance, appear to be major mismatches can later turn out to be correct. Researching non-English-speaking immigrant families requires a comfort level with these layered conflicts-upon-conflicts. This session demonstrates how to use logic to confirm that a wrong-name, wrong-age, wrong-everything record can actually be right, with an emphasis on immigrant families. Participants will learn how to transfer that logic to a written proof argument.
  • 10:15 a.m. MDT. "Peeling the Onion: Getting to the Original Sources," Gary Ball-Kilbourne, PhD, CG
    Genealogy Standards 38 and 58 strongly express a preference for using original sources. Diligent researching and a few tricks of the trade enable genealogists to find original sources that underlie authored narratives and derivative sources.
  • 11:30 a.m. MDT. "The Hub of the Wheel: How Tracing a Brother with no Children Connected Ten Siblings," Mary Kircher Roddy, CG
    A family from Ireland emigrated in a chain migration scheme to western Pennsylvania between 1825 and 1845.  See how using the standards for researching connected the siblings and their descendants and led to their origins in County Tyrone. 
  • 1:30 p.m. MDT. "Consult via…Explore with…Discover through…Literature Reviews," Jan Joyce, CG, CGL
    What if you could consult with genealogical experts each time your work slows? Together you could explore options for new paths of discovery. The right approach to a literature review allows you to do that. Other experts have encountered the same challenges that you do, and they have written about them even if not overtly. These challenges could range from beginning work in a new geography to parrying with a difficult brick wall. Learn how to conduct a targeted literature review, cull the information you need, and advance your research. A case study on use of negative evidence will highlight the methodology.
  • 2:45 p.m. MDT. "Finding Henrietta: Reconciling Conflicting Evidence to Reveal a Woman’s Identity," Nicole Gilkison LaRue, CG
    Henrietta Dixon was never enumerated with individuals identified as her parents in a federal census. Records revealing her family members, including her father, are often conflicting and open up new questions. Additionally, multiple marriages further obscure her identity. This case study uncovers Henrietta's maiden name and emphasizes the importance of a focused research question when attempting to meet the Genealogical Proof Standard.
  • 4:00 p.m. MDT. "Hidden Stories: Using Analysis to Explore the Unexpected in Family History Research" Jennifer Zinck, CG                Tales of illegitimacy, divorce, and desertion aren't limited to soap operas and modern reality television. Discovering trails that lead to unanticipated events can be shocking, confusing, and exciting all at the same time. This session will explore how genealogists can utilize the law, conflict resolution, and tools like date calculators and timelines to help build a clearer understanding of some potentially challenging historical situations.

Register for this week's Down Under Webinar Series webinar: Government Gazettes as a Genealogical Resource by Helen V. Smith

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The Gazettes were the weekly notices of Government activities meant for other government departments and some were available to the public. They are an untapped genealogical resource. The general gazette lists government appointments, various licences, Justices of the Peace, changes to legislation, deceased estates, and so much more. Police Gazettes (only available to Police departments) list police officer movements, reports of crime often listing victims, reports on entry and exit from prison, Missing Friends notices while Education Gazettes list teacher movements, school information and more. Each colony had its own Gazettes and post Federation in 1901 the Commonwealth also produced a Government Gazette.
 
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HelenSmith-144x144Helen has been researching her family since 1986 with research in Australia, England, Wales and Ireland. She is the author of Death Certificates and Archaic Medical Terms and Google the Genealogist’s Friend and has written for a number of family history as well as scientific publications. Helen has a One Name Study on Quested. Helen has spoken to a wide variety of audiences nationally and internationally. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and the Genealogical Speakers Guild. Professionally, she is a Molecular Epidemiologist specializing in Public Health Microbiology and has a strong interest in infectious diseases and Public Health through the ages.

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Studying Free People of Color in Apprentice Records - free webinar by Ari Wilkins now online to view for limited time

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The recording of today's webinar, "Studying Free People of Color in Apprentice Records" by Ari Wilkins is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

This lecture will discuss the institution of apprenticeship – documents, laws, and resources relating to free people of color before the Civil War.

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Register for Friday's African Diaspora Series webinar: Studying Free People of Color in Apprentice Records by Ari Wilkins

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This lecture will discuss the institution of apprenticeship – documents, laws, and resources relating to free people of color before the Civil War.
 
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AriWilkins-144x144Ari Wilkins graduated from Louisiana State University with a bachelor’s degree in interior design. She has been actively researching family history since 1998. Ms. Wilkins has spoken nationally at the National Genealogical Society, the Federation of Genealogical Societies, the Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research, the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, the Texas Institute of Genealogical Research, the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh, the American Library Association, RootsTech, and a multitude of state and local societies. Ari has been a Library Associate at Dallas Public Library since 2007. She speaks on multitude of genealogical subjects and specializes in African American research.

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Using DNA To Solve Interlinked Mysteries - free webinar by Michelle Leonard now available to view for limited time

Using DNA To Solve Interlinked Mysteries - free webinar by Michelle Leonard now available to view for limited time

The recording of today's webinar, "Using DNA To Solve Interlinked Mysteries" by Michelle Leonard is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

Webinar Description

Sometimes when trying to solve family mysteries using DNA, we discover that the best matches on the mystery line also have recent mysteries of their own and the connection between the two lies on their respective mystery lines. It’s exciting when there are close DNA matches on a mystery line but, equally, it can be frustrating if those matches also have recent blanks or brick walls and it’s tempting to treat these kinds of matches as dead ends. In this presentation, Michelle will outline some extraordinary case studies where multiple mysteries linked together and only by investigating them all could answers ultimately be uncovered. She will demonstrate the best techniques for navigating these tricky situations and provide her top hints and tips for working with interlinked mysteries. Often if you can solve one interlinked mystery, you can solve them all!

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Top 10 genealogy webinars — May 2022

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We've tallied the numbers and made a list of the Top 10 FamilyTreeWebinars.com classes for May 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-1,784 genealogy classes in the members-only library, these were the most frequently played during the month of May 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 May 2022

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

2. Five Wives & A Feather Bed: Using Indirect and Negative Evidence to Resolve Conflicting Claims by Mark A. Wentling, MLS, CG

3. Indirect Evidence - A Case Study by Pauline C. Merrick

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

5. Wringing Every Drop out of Mitochondrial DNA by Roberta Estes

6. McMasters' Will: The Scheme That Made Us Virtually Free by Calvin Dark

7. Seeking the Best Evidence: Targeted Testing for Genetic Genealogy Proof by Paul Woodbury

8. The Voyages of Our German Immigrants by Teresa Steinkamp McMillin, CG

9. Simply using timelines will make a difference in your research! by Dr. Shelley Viola Murphy

10. 3 Clues Found in Every Land Record by J. Mark Lowe, FUGA

The Runner-Ups

11. Drawing Insights from Your Family Photos: Using MyHeritage by Daniel Horowitz

12. Finding Your Delaware Ancestors by Irene Heffran Monley

13. Unlocking Stories of Our Female Ancestors through Effective Research Methodology by Denyce Porter Peyton

14. Family Stories in 30 Minutes or Less by Brenda Hudson, Ph.D.

15. New Tools and Ideas in Research by D. Joshua Taylor, MA, MLS

16. Who were the Scots-Irish? by Natalie Bodle

17. From Piles to Files: Organize Your Genealogy by Teresa Steinkamp McMillin, CG

18. 3 of 5 - Your 12-Step checklist to using Legacy Family Tree software by Geoff Rasmussen

19. Different Ways to View Your Tree at MyHeritage by Uri Gonen

20. Spinsters and Widows: Using Women to Reconstruct Families by Shannon Green, CG

The 2nd Runner-Ups

21. Tips and Tricks to Organizing Your Genealogy by Shannon Combs-Bennett, MSc, QG (Qualified Genealogist), PLCGS

22. Hard drive and SSD drive failure rates and what to do by Andy Klein

23. Baptists Methodists and Presbyterians--Oh My! by Sunny Morton

24. 2 of 5 - Mastering Legacy: Names Dates & Places by Geoff Rasmussen

25. 'We Were Supposed To Be Neals:' Reconstructing an Enslaved Family Using DNA by Renate Yarborough Sanders

26. Writing as You Go is the WAY to Go! by Elissa Scalise Powell, CG

27. Write As You Go! A Methodology for Efficient Report Writing by Jill Morelli, CG

28. Jump-starting Your 1950 Census Research with Census Helper™ by Uri Gonen

29. Using a Research Methodology for Family History by Phil Isherwood

30. Expelled from Nova Scotia: Researching the Acadian Diaspora to the Colonies by Ann G. Lawthers, Sc.D.

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Register for Webinar Wednesday: Using DNA To Solve Interlinked Mysteries by Michelle Leonard

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Sometimes when trying to solve family mysteries using DNA, we discover that the best matches on the mystery line also have recent mysteries of their own and the connection between the two lies on their respective mystery lines. It’s exciting when there are close DNA matches on a mystery line but, equally, it can be frustrating if those matches also have recent blanks or brick walls and it’s tempting to treat these kinds of matches as dead ends. In this presentation, Michelle will outline some extraordinary case studies where multiple mysteries linked together and only by investigating them all could answers ultimately be uncovered. She will demonstrate the best techniques for navigating these tricky situations and provide her top hints and tips for working with interlinked mysteries. Often if you can solve one interlinked mystery, you can solve them all!
 
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MichelleLeonard-144x144Michelle Leonard is a Scottish professional genealogist, DNA detective, freelance researcher, speaker, author and historian. She runs her own genealogy and DNA consultancy business, Genes & Genealogy, and specialises in DNA Detective work particularly the solving of adoption, unknown parentage and all manner of unknown ancestor mysteries using a combination of DNA expertise and conventional research methods. She also undertakes traditional family history research, living relative tracing, historical and television research, media consultation, the creation of bespoke family history books, podcasts, article, blog and book writing, tutoring, lecturing, webinars and speaking engagements. She is a regular speaker at major genealogy events such as Rootstech, The Genealogy Show, Family Tree Live, Back To Our Past and Who Do You Think You Are? Live as well as a co-author of “Tracing Your Ancestors Using DNA: A Guide For Family Historians” which was published in June 2019.

Additionally Michelle is the official genetic genealogist of ancestryhour.co.uk and is one of the hosts of the hour itself: #AncestryHour takes place on Twitter each Tuesday evening from 7-8pm GMT and Michelle is usually on hand to answer any #DNA queries that arise. She also spent several years working on the ground-breaking Fromelles Genealogy Project tracking down appropriate DNA donors to identify WWI soldiers buried in a mass grave in France and served as the Genealogical Consultant on the official Fromelles documentary. She regularly works on new historic soldier cases when battlefield remains are found and DNA testing is conducted.

Michelle holds an M.A. in English and Modern History from the University of St Andrews and a PgCert in Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies from the University of Strathclyde. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), the Scottish Genealogy Network (SGN), the Society of Genealogists (SOG) and the International Society of Genetic Genealogy (ISOGG). You can find out more about Michelle on her Genes & Genealogy Facebook page and you can follow her on Twitter.

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The Bones – New Zealand Civil Registration - free webinar by Fiona Brooker now available to view for limited time

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The recording of today's Down Under Webinar Series webinar, "The Bones – New Zealand Civil Registration" by Fiona Brooker is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.

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Birth, Marriage and Death information provides the bones of our family history skeleton from which we hang the rest of our research about a person. Learn more about the New Zealand records that give your research structure.

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Register for our Down Under Webinar: The Bones – New Zealand Civil Registration by Fiona Brooker

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Birth, Marriage and Death information provides the bones of our family history skeleton from which we hang the rest of our research about a person. Learn more about the New Zealand records that give your research structure.
 
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FionaBrooker-2020-144x144Fiona Brooker is a professional genealogist (Memories In Time) who has been actively researching her family history for over 35 years, inspired by two marriage certificates and a collection of family letters written from New Zealand back to her immigrant ancestor’s family in Devon. Whilst living and researching in the UK, she studied and gained a Higher Certificate in Genealogy from the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies and is a ProGen graduate. Fiona has served as both President and Treasurer of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists (NZSG). She has organised family history conferences and expos in New Zealand. As well as helping people with their family history research, Fiona’s passion is to preserve today as much as the past and to get the research out of folders and the computer and into the hands of family members so that they can learn about their heritage.

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