For the time being, all events are virtual. For events hosted by a society: just join the society! It’s generally so inexpensive and you’ll be able to attend their programs while things are still being done virtually. Looking for a speaker? Check out my topics and contact me.
Watch my RootsTech Connect Presentations for free throughout 2021!
- How City Directories Can Reveal Your Family History
- Discover Latter-day Saint Ancestors in These Old Records
January 14: “Finding Your Way on Findmypast,” Avon Lake (OH) Public Library, 7pm ET; Register for free
January 15: “Comparing the Genealogy Giants,” Brentwood Public Library, 3:30 pm ET; Register for free
February 16: “Collateral Kin, Indirect Routes to Direct Ancestors,” Ashland County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society, 6:30 pm (BlueJeans webinar)
February 25-27: RootsTech Connect–FREE GLOBAL GENEALOGY EVENT!
March 5: “Comparing the Genealogy Giants,” 1:30 pm ET, Fox Run Genealogical Society, Novi, MI
March 12-14: “Keys to Sharing Family History with Kids,” Family Tree University Virtual Conference
March 19-20: North Carolina Genealogical Society Virtual Conference. 8 speakers, 2 days, 90-day access!
March 24: “Must-Use U.S. Record Collections on the Giant Genealogy Websites, 6:30pm ET, Ashtabula County Genealogical Society
March 25: Genealogy Quick Start Live Show
March 27: Family History Society of Arizona Annual Genealogy Seminar–more to come
April 10: Family History Virtual Jamboree (Centerville, Ohio)–more to come
April 14-17: Ohio Genealogical Society Conference–Registration is open–click to see the mouth-watering lineup of speakers and topics!
May 4: “Comparing Australian Content on the Giant Genealogy Websites” (part of the Down Under series), Family Tree Webinars, 10pm ET (US)
May 8: “Finding Your Ancestors in U.S. Church Records,” Tennessee Genealogical Society 1/2-day seminar, 11 am ET
May 22: “How Social Security Can Help Your Family History Research,” African American Genealogical Society of Cleveland. More details to come.
July 14: “Comparing Jewish Resources on the Giant Genealogy Websites,” co-taught with Ellen Kowitt, Family Tree Webinars, 8pm ET (US)
August 11: “Exploring Your Ancestors’ Amazing Stories,” Department of Homeland Security webinar. CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.
August 19: “Genealogy 101,” AARP of Ohio, live online presentation. Details to come.
September 11: “Must-Use Record Collections You May Not Be Using: Ancestry.com, FamilySearch, Findmypast and MyHeritage,” NEOCAG, 9:30 am ET
September 11: “Intro to US Church Records: Why We Care Where Grandma Went to Church,” Montgomery County Chapter, OGS, 1:30 pm ET
September 28: “5 Ways to Facebook Your Family History,” Hudson Genealogical Study Group, 10 am, via Zoom
September 29: “Intro to US Church Records: Why We Care Where Grandma Went to Church, Chula Vista Genealogical Society, 3pm ET
October 7: “Directory Assistance: Finding Your Family History in City Directories,” Avon Lake (OH) Public Library, 7pm ET
October 13: “Adding Your Own Stories to Your Family History,” Albuquerque Genealogical Society webinar, 12:30pm ET
October 20: “Comparing the Genealogy Giants 2021: Ancestry, FamilySearch, Findmypast, and MyHeritage,” Family Tree Webinars, 2pm ET (US)
October 27: “Help! There’s No Class on Researching My Ancestral Homeland!” Ashtabula County Genealogical Society, time TBD
November 16: “Intro to US Church Records: Why We Care Where Grandma Went to Church,” Family Tree University Webinar, 7pm ET. More details to come.
December 4: “Intro to US Church Records: Why We Care Where Grandma Went to Church,” Houston Genealogical Forum, 11am ET
April 9: U.S. Church Records, 1/2 day seminar, San Diego Genealogical Society. More details to come.
July 14-16: Midwestern Roots, Indianapolis, IN–more information to come later!