This Week’s Online Genealogy Events

Choose from selected free online events in the next five days. All times are ET except as noted. Assume registration in advance is required; check so you’re not disappointed. Are you looking for more options? Additional mainly US events are listed at

Tuesday 14 November

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

2 pm: New Updates on Your MyHeritage Family Tree, by Uri Goren for MyHeritage and Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

2 pm: All about DNA painter and its tools, by Jonny Perl for the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain.

2:30 pm: Mayflower Genealogy: Tracing Ancestors in – Colonial Plymouth Colony, by John D. Beatty for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

7 pm: Quebec Records from Afar, by Coral Harkies for OGS Lambton County Branch.

Wednesday 15 November

10 am: AI and Genealogy: Trouble Ahead? by Thomas MacEntee for Patchogue-Medford Public Library (NY).

1 pm: Random Chance in Evolution, by Robin May for Gresham College.

2 pm: Can mtDNA and XDNA help topple Geoff’s Brick Wall? by Diahan Southard for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

2:30 pm: Who are the Scots-Irish? by Natalie Bodle for the Guild of One Name Studies.

7 pm: Researching WW1 Soldiers, by Ken McKinlay for OGS Essex Branch.

7 pm: Pour Sortier les Allumettieres de L’Ombre, by Kathleen Duroche for Heritage Ottawa. In French.

Thursday 16 November 

7 pm: “Lest We Forget” by Joanne McLaren for OGS Niagara Peninsula Branch.

Friday 17 November

2 pm:Tío Juvenal: Putting the Records, Context & Strategies All Together, by Colleen Robledo Greene for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Saturday 18 November

9 am:  Back to Basics: Military service records, by Ken McKinlay for the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.

10 am: “We Will Remember Them” (Family stories from times of war), by Susan Davis, Sue Lambeth, Linda Reid, Mary-Lou Simac and Barbara Tose for BIFHSGO.

10 am: Proudly She Served: Canadian Women at War, 1885-1945, by Glenn Wright for OGS Kingston Branch.

1 pm: Rural Diary Archive, by Catharine A. Wilson for OGS Ottawa Branch.

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