Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Genealogy Education Bytes - Week of 13 to 19 April 2023

Welcome to Genealogy Education Bytes, posted on Wednesday afternoon for the past week, where we try to highlight the most important genealogy and family history education items that came across our desktop since the last issue.

1) Upcoming Conferences, Institutes and Seminars

Conference Keeper Calendar

2023 GSNJ Spring Conference - 22 April 2023 - In-Person (West Windsor, New Jersey)

Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) 2023 Conference - 26-29 April 2023, Virtual and In-Person (Sandusky, Ohio)

New England Regional Genealogy Consortium (NERGC) 2023 Conference - 3-6 May 2023, In-Person only (Springfield, Mass.)

2023 National Genealogical Society (NGS) Family History Conference -- 31 May to 3 June 2023, Virtual and In-Person (Richmond, Virginia).

International German Genealogy Partnership 2023 Conference - 9-11 June 2023, Virtual and In-Person (Fort Wayne, Indiana).

2 ) Upcoming Seminars, Webinars and Online Classes (times are US Pacific):

Conference Keeper Calendar

Legacy Family Tree Webinar Series

MyHeritage 2023 Webinar Series

Legacy Family Tree Webinar’s 2023 Mexico Research Series

Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree 2023 Webinar Series

Utah Genealogical Association Pro Talk Webinar Series

RootsTech 2023 On-Demand Sessions

 Family Tree Webinars - Wednesday, 19 April, 11 a.m.:  Surname Origins – Why? When? Why then? by Wayne Shepheard

*  Family Tree Webinars - Friday, 21 April, 11 a.m.:  Daughters of the King to Mothers of a Nation, by Lianne Kruger.

*  Family Tree Webinars - Tuesday, 25 April, 11 a.m.:  Working with German Vital Records You Find on MyHeritage, by Katherine Schober.

*  Family Tree Webinars - Wednesday, 26 April, 11 a.m.:  Hidden in Plain Site: English and Welsh websites. by Mia Bennett.

3) Recent Podcasts/Radio Shows:

*  Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems:  Episode 275 Restarting Your Genealogy Research - Getting Started

4) Recent YouTube and Facebook Videos:

* Aimee Cross - Genealogy Hints:  
How Taxes Help You Find Your Ancestors (Professional Genealogist's Secrets)

*  Denys Allen, PA Ancestors:  Pennsylvania Dutch Language with Mark Louden

*  Genealogy With Amy Johnson Crow:  My MOST Controversial Genealogy Advice!

*  Kentucky Tennessee Research Associates:  Finding A Record on Fold3 By Browsing

*  Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems:  12 Strategies for Finding Female Ancestors' Maiden Names

*  Virtual Genealogical Society:  "Wait! New England Paid Taxes?" by Bryna O'Sullivan

5) Did you miss the last post in this series - Genealogy Education Bytes - 6  to 12 April 2023?


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