Genealogy Education Bytes – 22 to 28 September 2022

 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 and Institutes








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


*  Upcoming Family Tree Webinar – Friday, 30 September, 7:15 a.m.:  The Top Ten DNA Do’s and Don’ts! by Michele Leonard.

*   Upcoming Family Tree Webinars – Friday, 30 September, 8:30 a.m.:  Separate Even in Death – Black Funerals and Cemeteries by Janice Lovelace

*   Upcoming Family Tree Webinars – Friday, 30 September, 9:45 a.m.:  Indirect Evidence, A Case Study: The Parents of Elizabeth Wingate in Maryland (1795–1860) by Rebecca Koford.

*   Upcoming Family Tree Webinars – Friday, 30 September, 11 a.m.:  50 Mostly “Hot off the Press” Net Sites You Want to Check Out! by Diane L. Richard.

*   Upcoming Family Tree Webinars – Tuesday, 4 October, 6 p.m.:  Encounters – Our Immigrant Ancestors by Fiona Brooker.

*   Upcoming Family Tree Webinars – Wednesday, 5 October, 11 a.m.:  One Man, Multiple Names: A DNA-Based Case Study by Dana Leeds.

3)  Podcasts/Radio Shows:




])  YouTube and Facebook Videos:




*  Family History Fanatics:  Do You Have This GEDmatch Triangulation Problem?

*  Family Tree Magazine:  How to Use the Ancestry Card Catalog






*  Lisa Louise Cooke’s Genealogy Gems:  The Secret to Finding Old Family Photos



*  The Creative Family Historian:  #033 | How To Plan Your Family History Projects Without Wasting Time



5)   Did you miss the last post in this series –  Genealogy Education Bytes – 15 to 21 September 2022?

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