Have you been wondering what key websites have published the largest online treasures in British and Irish ancestral records? The Family History Library presents a series of British Webinars during February which directly address the answer to this question. Come and receive updated information especially about country and county-wide online offerings in Britain’s rich record sources. Each class will be 45 minutes with 10 minutes of question and answers.
Tuesday, February 23rd 1:00PM in the B-2 floor class room—“British Resources on FamilySearch” Webinar” (C. Foster). British genealogical treasures and original records holdings at FamilySearch is storied. Come learn which important records have recently been published for online seekers of British ancestors. There will be a heavy emphasis on significant and recent databases key to your research endeavors.
Wednesday, February 24th 1:00PM in the B-2 floor class room—“British Resources on Ancestry.co.uk” – Webinar (M. Gardner). Ancestry is well-established in the UK to bring its records to interested researchers. This webinar highlights the rich online collections now available to those seeking to streamline their British ancestral research, including some records yet unavailable at FamilySearch.org. Discover how to quickly find and access critical indexes and images to original records on this excellent website.
Thursday, February 25th 1:00PM in the B-2 floor class room—“British Resources on FindMyPast.co.uk” –Webinar (P. Dunn). Did you know that FindMyPast and FamilySearch have been working together on major genealogical records collections in order to more quickly build significant databases with links to images of original record sources? Come and learn about these joint-projects and more, that will enhance your abilities to more quickly find and prove your ancestral connections.
https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Family_History_Library_Classes_and_Webinars and click on the link to the class.