The Week’s Online Genealogy Events

Choose from selected 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. Additional mainly US events are listed at

Tuesday 4 April

1 pm: Who Benefited from the British Empire? by Martin Daunton for Gresham College.

2 pm: Ottawa Virtual Genealogy Drop-In, by OGS Ottawa Branch.

2:30 pm: Researching Your Ukrainian Roots: An Introduction, by Kate McKenzie for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

7:30 pm: Breaking Down Brick Walls – Case Studies, by Stephen Wood for OGS Durham Branch.

10 pm: Looking for ‘Aliens’ Down Under: A Guide to Australian Naturalisation Records, by Kristy Love for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Wednesday 5 April

10 am: Researching Your House History, by staff of the National Library of Scotland.

2 pm: Covering Your Bases: An Introduction to Autosomal DNA Coverage, by Paul Woodbury for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

7:30 pm:  Times of our Lives: Huron County history during the years of the Baby Boomers, by David Yates for OGS Huron County Branch.

Thursday 6 April

6:30 pm: Your DNA Match is Adopted: Now What? by Sara Allen for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

7 pm: Ancestral Mapping Using Google Earth Pro , by David Joiner for the Ontario Genealogical Society.

Friday 7 April

2 pm: Tick Marks and Number Counts: Understanding and Using the Slave Schedules, by Renate Yarborough Sanders for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Saturday 8 April

9 am: Practical Tips for Repair and Care of Family Treasures, by Kyla Ubbink for BIFHSGO.

10 am: Canadians on Vimy Ridge, April 1917: Resources and Research, by Glenn Wright for BIFHSGO

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