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 4 5 March 

8 am: The Mathematics of Coincidence, by Sarah Hart for Gresham College.

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

2:30 pm: Finding Her: Our Female Ancestor, by Melissa Tennant Rzepczynsk for Allen Country Public Library Genealogy Center.

7:30 pm: The History of Camp 30, by Amy Barron for OGS Durham Branch.

8 pm: Empowering Genealogists with Artificial Intelligence, with Steve Little for Utah Genealogical Association:

8 pm: Beyond the Church Register: Finding and using religious archives in Australia, by Ben Hollister for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Wednesday 5 6March

2 pm: Using DNA To Identify Irish Ancestral Locations, by Michelle Leonard for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

7:30 pm: British Home Children and Huron County, by Cookie Foster for OGS Huron County Branch.

Thursday 6 7March

6:30 pm: Sorting Your DNA Match Lists, by Kelli Bergheimer  for Allen Country Public Library Genealogy Center.

7 pm: Oh, Canadiana! by Kathryn Lake Hogan for OGS. (Free to OGS members)

Friday 7 8 March

2 pm: Researching in Cumberland and Westmorland, by Joe Saunders for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

7 pm: Storytelling Our Ancestors: Genealogy in Fiction, by Cameron Alam for OGS Kent Branch

Saturday 8 9 March

9 am: Back to Basics: Civil Birth, Marriage, and Death Registrations, by Ken McKinlay,
10 am: So, who was Jack Hibbard’s wife? by Ann Burns
for the British Isles Fmily History Society of Greater Ottawa.

2 pm: Finding Your Innisfil Roots, by Mark Hall for OGS Simcoe County Branch.



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