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 17 May. 2 pm: Virtual Genealogy Drop-In, from Ottawa Branch of OGS and The Ottawa Public Library.

Tuesday 17 May. 2:30 pm: I Came, I Saw, I Captured: Photography Skills for Beginners, by Louis N. Hodges for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

Tuesday 17 May. 7 pm: J T Crellin, by Karen Armstrong for Oxford County Branch OGS.

Tuesday 17 May. 8 pm: Five Wives & A Feather Bed: Using Indirect and Negative Evidence to Resolve Conflicting Claims, by  Mark A. Wentling for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Wednesday 18 May. 2 pm: Indirect Evidence – A Case Study, by Pauline C. Merrick for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Wednesday 18 May. 7 pm: The History of the Trent Severn Waterway, by Charlie Ellins for Orillia Museum of Art & History.

Friday 20 May. 7 pm: Reimagining The Brown Homestead, by Andrew Humeniuk for Niagara Penninsula Branch OGS.

Saturday 21 May. 10 am: Genealogical Implications of Cemetery Disruptions: A Study of St. Thomas’ Church Burial Ground, by Jane Simpson for Kingston Branch OGS.

Saturday 21 May. 1 pm: Researching the Canadian Fallen: WWII, by Ken McKinlay for Quinte Branch OGS.


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