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. Find out about many more mainly US events at Conference Keeper at

Tuesday 6 February

2:30 pm: Genealogy in the Netherlands – An Introduction, by John Boeren for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

7:30 pm: Between Friends / Entre Amis: Cousins Across the Border, by Dave Obee for OGS Durham Region Branch.–rrj4vGt319WIcXInzLvxBRd7mstRz.

8 pm: From Trial to Transformation: Building a Convict’s Life through multiple records and data sets, by Andrew Redfern for Legacy Family Tree Webinars Down Under Series.

Wednesday 7 February

10 am: Women’s Lives and Writings: Online Resources for Everyone, by Library Staff for the National Library of Scotland.

1 pm: A 300,000-Year History of Human Evolution, by Robin May for Gresham College.

2 pm: Anchors are the Way: Leveraging Multiple forms of DNA Evidence in your Research, by Paul Woodbury for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

7 pm: The History of Ottawa’s Caribbean Community, by Dave Tulloch for the Historical Society of Ottawa.,17,19,21/the-history-of-ottawa-s-caribbean-community

7:30 pm: OnLand From a Genealogist’s Perspective, by Ken McKinlay for OGS Huron County Branch

Thursday 8 February

6:30 pm:  Museums Have Records Too! Locating Your Ancestors Behind Closed Doors, by Melissa Barker for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

Friday 9 February

2 pm: African Americans in the Army: 1868-1948, by Janice Lovelace for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Saturday 10 February

9 am: Back to Basics: Census Records, by Ken McKinlay for BIFHSGO
10 am: Researching Female Ancestors: What Could They Tell Us? by M. Diane Rogers for BIFHSGO.


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