Dear Myrtle and Research Write Connect Academy

Dear Mytle’s Wacky Wednesday is featuring genealogical education. I was privileged to be part of the November 13th edition with Liza Alzo who created Research Write Connect Academy. I give a lot of credit to Pat Richley-Erickson and Cousin Russ (Worthington) who guided us along and made the hour full of great info on Lisa’s […]

New sessions of Mastering Genealogical Proof – Beginning Principles Class

New sessions are available for the Mastering Genealogical Proof – Beginning Principles Class. This is a beginner/low-intermediate level class to study the book Mastering Genealogical Proof by Tom Jones. They will cover the principles outlined in the book as well as discuss the workbook questions. Beginning October 21, 2020 and ending December 2, 2020. These […]

Only 18 more days till registration for excellent summer in-person genealogy education!

February 5, 2020. My calendar is marked. See my earlier blog post about registration for the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh three weeks of education for genealogists. Choose 1 course or choose a course for each of the three weeks. I will be there the third week teaching and consulting in Digging Deeper: Records, Tools, […]

Nov. 16 class at the MN Genealogy Center on tracing poorer ancestors

When: Saturday, November 16 10:00 am to 11:30 am Where: at the Minnesota Genealogy Center, 1385 Mendota Heights Road, Suite 100, Mendota Heights, MN; Class hosted by the Minnesota Genealogical Society What: Though They Were Poor, They May Have Been Rich in RecordsRecords related to poor ancestors or with temporary problems exist all over the […]

Legacy Family Tree webinars celebrates #1000!

Today, Legacy Family Tree webinars celebrates its webinar # 1,000! It’s also the 10 year anniversary of this webinar series. Celebrate the “1,000th webinar together as we recall the history, relive the bloopers, remember the emotions, and view never-before-revealed insights of the behind-the-scenes of the webinar series that revolutionized genealogy education.” It’s beginning shortly so […]

Digitized law books and genealogical education: Join us this summer!

Have you seen the FB posts about Debbie Mieszala’s ongoing blog series about online access to historic laws? She is being lauded for her work of drawing together the many places that we can check for free to learn what was in effect at the time our ancestors lived in that area. Those laws do […]