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 13 September, 1 pm: Sources of Free English and Welsh genealogy; Online Presentation, by Fraser Dunford for OGS Kawartha Branch and Curve Lake First Nation Cultural Centre. To register call 705-657-275, OR EMAIL: Tracey at TraceyT@curvelake.ca.
Tuesday 13 September, 2:30 pm: Family Stories: How to Assist Family in Telling Their Stories, by Allison DePrey Singleton for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
Wednesday 14 September, 7 pm: A Genealogist’s Holiday: The 1950 Census, by Allison DePrey Singleton for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
Thursday 15 September 7 pm: One Room School Houses of Lambton County, Ed Dejong for Lambton County Branch OGS.
Friday 16 September 11:30 am: Using Google Books to Find the Law, by Judy Russell for Legacy Family Tree Webinars – Webtember.
Friday 16 September 12:45 pm: The Pros and Cons of Collaboration on Geni.com, by E. Randol Schoenberg for Legacy Family Tree Webinars – Webtember.
Friday 16 September 7 pm: Is there a Loyalist in your family tree, by Janet Hodgkins for Niagara Peninsula Branch OGS
Saturday 17 September, 10 am: The Rural Diary Archive – Transcribing Daily Life in Eastern Ontario, by Catherine Wilson for Kingston Branch OGS.
Saturday 17 September, 1 pm: Genealogy As A Historical Tool: The Case Of The Minnie Bell, by Paul Harrison for Ottawa Branch OGS.
Saturday 17 September, 1 pm: All the Daniels, by John and Mary Lou Walker for Quinte Branch OGS.