Family History Library Classes and Webinars for June 2022

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Enjoy free genealogy webinars in June 2022 provided by the FamilySearch Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. This month's impressive line-up of online classes includes a 2-day series on Welsh genealogy, two specific classes on Chinese research, one session for Spanish speakers entitled La investigación genealógica en Sudamérica Sur [Genealogical Research in South America], and a session on Tracing African American Ancestors: Records of the Freedmen’s Bureau. No registration is required.

Other classes to enhance your genealogy skillset include Using FamilySearch Images, US Cemetery Records, the FamilySearch Community, and Help and Resources. If your interest is the FamilySearch Family Tree, additional sessions will cover Merging Duplicates, Correcting Relationships, Record Hints, and Best Practices & Reason Statements (in Sources). There will be one session on indexing for those interested in helping make historical records more searchable online.

See the table of classes below for more details. To view a webinar on the date and time listed, click the 'Yes' to the right of the class title.

All class times are in Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).

Date/Time (MDT)

Class

Webinar

Wed, Jun 1, 10:00 AM MDTUsing FamilySearch Images (Beginner)Yes
Thu, Jun 2, 10:00 AM MDTDying to Get In: Digging Up U.S. Cemetery Records (Beginner)Yes
Mon, Jun 6, 10:00 AM MDTUsing the FamilySearch Catalog (Beginner)Yes
Tue, Jun 7, 10:00 AM MDTFamilySearch Family Tree: Mergining Duplicate Individuals (Beginner)Yes
Wed, Jun 8, 9:00 AM MDTWelsh Placenames (Intermediate)Yes
Wed, Jun 8, 9:30 AM MDTWelsh Patronymics (Intermediate)Yes
Fri, Jun 10, 10:00 AM MDTNonconformity in Wales (Intermediate)Yes
Wed, Jun 8, 11:00 AM MDTWelsh Probate Records for Family History Research (Intermediate)Yes
Wed, Jun 8, 11:30 AM MDTWould the real John Jones please stand? (Intermediate)Yes
Thu, Jun 9, 1:00 PM MDTLa investigación genealógica en Sudamérica Sur [Genealogical research in South America] (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Jun 10, 10:00 AM MDTSearching FamilySearch Jiapu Collection (Beginner)Yes
Fri, Jun 10, 6:00 PM MDT尋找祖先的途徑和方法系列:村志 [Ways and Methods to Find Ancestors Series: Village Chronicles] (Beginner)Yes
Tue, Jun 14, 10:00 AM MDTFamilySearch Family Tree: Correcting Relationships (Beginner)Yes
Wed, Jun 15, 10:00 AM MDTHow to Index on FamilySearch (Beginner)Yes
Thu, Jun 16, 10:00 AM MDTTracing African American Ancestors: Records of the Freedmen’s Bureau (Intermediate)Yes
Tue, Jun 21, 10:00 AM MDTFamilySearch Family Tree: Sources - Record Hints and Attaching Sources (Beginner)Yes
Wed, Jun 22, 10:00 AM MDTFamilySearch Help and Resources (Beginner)Yes
Tue, Jun 28, 10:00 AM MDTFamilySearch Family Tree: Sources - Best Practices & Reason Statements (Beginner)Yes
Wed, Jun 29, 10:00 AM MDTUsing the FamilySearch Community (Beginner)Yes

If you cannot attend a live event, most sessions are recorded and can be viewed later at your convenience at Family History Library classes and webinars.

Want more? Peruse over 1,500 free, on-demand sessions from RootsTech Connect 2022 or schedule a free 20 minute consultation with a Family History History Library research specialist.

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