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 13 February

2 pm: Introduction to the MyHeritage Knowledge Base and the MyHeritage Wiki, by James Tanner for MyHeritage and Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

2:30 pm: Tracing the Path of African Americans from Enslavement to Freedom, byHillary Delaney  for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

6:30 pm: Common Probelms, Possible Solutions, by Kirsty Gray for OGS Lambton County Branch.

7 pm: The McDougall Corridor, by Willow Key for OGS Essex Branch.

Wednesday 14 February

1pm: Dragons: A History, by Ronald Hutton for Gresham College.

2 pm: AI and Genealogy: Trouble Ahead? by Thomas MacEntee for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

7 pm: How to Overcome Brick Walls in German, by Michael D. Lacopo for ACGSI and Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

8 pm: Online Sources for Scottish Research, by Christine Woodcock for Lakeshore Genealogy Society.
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Thursday 15 February

1 pm: Archives of Ontario, by Emma Robinson for OGS Kawartha Branch.

6:30 pm: Indigenous Peoples – First Nations Genealogical Research, by Curt Witcher for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.

Friday 16 February

2 pm: Introduction to County Research in England. by Mia Bennett for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Saturday 17 February

10 am: Scottish Genealogy, by Amy Gilpin for OGS Kingston Branch (also includes the AGM)

1 pm: What’s in a Name – A Cultural Perspective, by Paula Crooks for OGS Quinte Branch.

1 pm: Analyzing Census Records Using Spreadsheets, by Tara Shymanski for OGS Ottawa Branch.

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