This Week’s Online Genealogy Events

Choose from free online events in the next five days. All times are ET except as noted. Those in red are Canadian, bolded if local to Ottawa or recommended

Assume registration in advance is required; check so you’re not disappointed.

Tuesday 5 Oct. 2 pm: Virtual Genealogy Drop-In, from Ottawa Branch of OGS and The Ottawa Public Library.

Tuesday 5 Oct. 7:30 pm: Researching Women on Ancestry, by Lesley Anderson for Durham Region Branch OGS.

Tuesday 5 Oct. 9 pm: A Cargo of Criminals: Transportation to Australia, by Carol Baxter for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Wednesday 6 Oct, 1 pm: Blacks Britannica: Diversity in Medieval and Early Modern England, by Onyeka Nubia for Gresham College.

Wednesday 6 Oct, 2 pm: DNA Health Tests and Your Family Health History, by Rick Crume for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Wednesday 6 Oct. 2:30 pm: Wednesdays with Witcher Series:
Family Interviews, by Curt Witcher for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

Wednesday 6 Oct. 7:30pm: Female Preachers of the Bible Christian Church: the impact of the church on immigration to Huron and those that served, by Jim Bowen for Huron County Branch OGS.

Thursday 7 Oct. 7:30 am: Going To My Father’s House: a history of my times, by Patrick Joyce and Madeleine Bunting for the London School of Economics.

Thursday 7 Oct. 6:30 pm: Interpreting DNA Results, by Sara Allen for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

Thursday 7 Oct. 7 pm: How to Find a Will in Court Records, by Lindsey Winstone for OGS (Ontario Ancestors).

Friday 8 Oct. 9 am: Harry and Ethel:Two unlikely spies, by Mark Dunton for the UK National Archives.

Friday 8 Oct. from 11 am: Six presentations in the 2021 Reisinger Lecture Series, available on Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Friday 8 Oct. 7 pm: The Woman in the Photo – Discovering My Indigenous Heritage, by Rachel Cyr for Kent County Branch OGS.

Saturday 9 Oct. 9:30 am: Picture This, by Stephen Gill for BIFHSGO

Saturday 9 Oct. 11 am: Making the Most of GENUKI, with Sue McNelly from ISBGFH.


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