In this class James Tanner discusses Archives and why they are important in genealogical research. Slide Presentation:
- Author Archive
In this class, Liz Hutchison talks about Belgium Church Records written in Latin. She gives extensive information on how to read and understand the records. Latin Handout Latin Fill-out Sheets
Introduction to Belgium Genealogy: Geography, Historical Background and Resources-Liz Hutchison (12 Aug 2022)
Liz gives a great introduction to Belgium Genealogy including: history and geography. She shows boundary changes and how those changes affect language and where you look for records.
FamilySearch Beginner Series (for Latter-day Saints) 5: Preparing Names for Temple Ordinances – Kathryn Grant (14 Aug 2022)
Kathryn Grant teaches the steps and requirements for reserving Temple Ordinances in FamilySearch (for Latter-day Saints). Handout
James Tanner defines and explains jurisdictions and what types of genealogical records can be found in different jurisdictions.
James Tanner gives great information on how to begin researching for your immigrant ancestors.
When and Where Did My Scottish Ancestors Move? Understanding Scottish Immigration and Emigration Records – Erika Ward (5 Aug 2022)
In this presentation, Erika Ward discusses Scottish Immigration and Emigration. She tells where, when, why, and how people from Scotland moved and where to find these records. Handout
James Tanner analyzes an entry in FamilySearch Family Tree and discusses ways to check for accuracy, how to correct entries and how to find people to add to the tree.
What Official Records Exist About Your Scottish Ancestors–Government Vital Records-Erika Ward (29 Jul 2022)
In part 3 of the Scotland Research series, Erika Ward discusses searching Government Vital Records. This includes what records are available and where they are found. Handout
Watch how the information already in the FamilySearch.org Family Tree is analyzed and sources for adding information are suggested. This is real world problem involving an existing entry in the Family Tree.