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.
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Archive: "Sunday Classes" Category
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.
This is a live, problem-solving session showing resources that can be used to find an elusive ancestor. 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. Additional live, project-solving classes are being …
Putting Your Family History into Context: Social History and Genealogy – Jerroleen Sorensen (26 Jun 2022)
In this video, Jerroleen Sorensen explains how you can make Family History come alive through learning and using the social history surrounding your ancestors. Handout
In this class, Richard Miller demonstrates how to use the Goldie May App, as a volunteer, to find and attach specific sets of census records to individuals in the FamilySearch Tree.
Putting Family History in Context Using Historical Sources to Make Inferences – Jerroleen Sorensen (12 Jun 2022)
Jerroleen Sorensen teaches how to look beyond vital records to find out who your ancestors were and why they did the things they did. She will also give several case studies as examples. Handout
Richard Miller explains the Goldie May browser extension and how you can use it to keep a genealogy research log along with showing other great features of the program.
This class explains the basic research process from James Tanner’s own perspective. This is a fast-paced summary of years of genealogical research experience. As the video explains, research methodology is a set of methods, rules and ideas that support a set of procedures for doing research. Each person will develop their own methodology, but we …
Putting Your Ancestors Into Historical Context: Using Historical Sources To Make Inferences – Jerroleen Sorensen (5 Jun 2022}
In her class, Jerroleen Sorensen talks about using sources, that are not vital records, to help correctly identify ancestral relationships. Handout
In this class, Spencer Fields demonstrates several different ways to edit photos, including removing cracks, wrinkles and spots.