Central New York Genealogical Society
Central New York Genealogical Society Image: D. L. Wilcox

Capital District Genealogical Society

   
   

The Capital District Genealogical Soc invites family historians within your readership to join our programs. See our June event below.

Topic: How Alice the Genealogist Avoids the Rabbit Hole

When: Sat, June 22, 2024 from 1:00 to 3:00

Where: Video production at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library and via Zoom

Audience: Historians (family and and civil), librarians archivists, professors, writers, etc.

Speaker: Lisa Louise Cooke, CEO of Genealogical Gems, a family history company featuring The Genealogical Gems Podcast, available at iTunes and the Genealogical Gems app. Her books include Mobile Genealogy, Toolbox (2nd ed.), and How to Find your Family History in Newspapers. She has also produced 100+ videos on the Genealogical Gems YouTube Channel. Additionally, she regularly contributes articles to Family Tree Magazine and produces their podcast.

Presentation: Ms. Cooke will review the concrete strategies for staying focused on what matters most in your family history research, while not losing track of opportunities that present themselves. She will share tech tools that when implemented will facilitate increased efficiency and productivity. 

Attendance is open to members of CDGS and after 6/15 to the public. A maximum of 100 attendees are allowed to participate over Zoom. To register follow the prompts at capitaldistrictgenealogicalsociety.org


Western New York Genealogical Society


Western New York Genealogical Society


Niagara County Genealogical Society


CNYGS Genealogy Interest Group

CNYGS Genealogy Interest Group

The meetings are free and open to the public. If you are not already on the GIG email notification list and would like to attend this meeting, please request the Zoom link by sending an email to susanproch@gmail.com.

For more CNYGS information see, the CNYGS Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CNYGS, and our website: https://cnygs.org/

June 24 Creating Timelines to Aid Genealogy Research” Presented by Sandra Williams Bush. Sandra will give examples of several types of timelines and will demonstrate how invaluable timelines can be in breaking down brick walls and furthering your family history research.


Western New York Genealogical Society

 

ATTENTION:

All publications, with the exception of 5 decades on flash drive, are now only available DIGITALLY.
 
Please make sure you have included a valid email address on your order.
 
A volunteer will send an email with links to the CNYGS DropBox account.
 
Click on the link and download the publication to your hard drive.
 

Links to Even More Free Webinars

Georgia Genealogical Society
 
Wisconsin State Genealogical Society

Links to More Free Webinars

Southern California Genealogical Society 2021 jamboree free webinar extension series
 
Appleton, Wisconsin Library Presents a FREE "Find Your Ancestors" Webinar Series
 
Legacy Family Tree Webinars -Monthly live webinars in 2021 - especially for Canadian genealogist!
https://familytreewebinars.com/ocanada
 
Legacy Family Tree Webinars - Monthly Webinar Wednesdays, Live at noon AEDT!!!
The Down Under Series -- Australia and New Zealand
https://familytreewebinars.com/downunder
 
The United Kingdom National Archives Online Events Calendar
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Links to free genealogy webinars

A link to the Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Soceity Programs and Events
 
A link to the January 2021 list of library classes presented by Family Search
https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/img_auth.php/7/77/FHL_Class_Calendar_01_2021.pdf
 
A link to a free webinar from Legacy Family Tree on researching Scandinavian ancestors
https://familytreewebinars.com/download.php?webinar_id=1479
 
A link to hundreds of classes offered by the Family Search Learning Center
https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Classes_in_the_Learning_Center