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Wed, Oct 1 2014

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The Fair Court: Records of Chancery Courts
Only one court has ever had doing what’s fair as part of its official mission: the chancery court. With different names in different states (and countries), it was often the go-to court for cases of great genealogical value, including divorces, guardianships, real property partition and more.

Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL

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Fri, Oct 3 2014

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Overcoming Destroyed or Missing Records
Were you told that all the records in the courthouse were burned so you cannot go any further on your ancestor's line? Or have you searched many times at the local repositories only to discover that the records are missing for the years you need? This presentation will cover a…

Karen Clifford
Wed, Oct 8 2014

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Welcome to FamilySearch Indexing!
Indexes created at your fingertips! Be part of an international initiative to index the world’s largest collection of genealogical records. This class will give you indexing background and basics to help you understand where to begin, how to help, and what we can achieve.

Devin Ashby
Wed, Oct 15 2014

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Researching Your War of 1812 Ancestor
The War of 1812, often called America’s Second Revolution, left behind a valuable set of records that have proven valuable for genealogical research. Many of these records can help solve the “pre-1850 census” issues when only the head of household was named in the US federal census. Participants will learn…

Thomas MacEntee
Wed, Oct 22 2014

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Tracking Migration Using the Draper Manuscripts
Learn about the manuscript collection of Lyman Draper which include gleanings from the Carolinas, Virginia, portions of Georgia, Alabama, the Ohio River valley, and parts of the Mississippi valley from about 1755 through 1870. Find out how to approach searching this vast collection and the hidden treasures that can be…

Mary Hill
Fri, Nov 14 2014

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Legacy Family Tree - Virtual User's Group Meeting
Learn tips, tricks, and best practices related to using the Legacy Family Tree software. Topics for beginners through advanced presented by the Legacy staff and other experts. We’ll also leave time for questions and answers. Have a favorite Legacy tip and want to share it? Send us an email, we’d...

Legacy Family Tree Panel
Wed, Nov 19 2014

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Using Evernote for Genealogy
You can remember everything in your genealogy research with Evernote, because it puts all your notes at your fingertips. In addition to superfast and easy note taking and retrieval, you’ll learn how to clip items from the Internet (rather than saving bulky web pages!), use OCR technology to search your…

Lisa Louise Cooke
Wed, Dec 3 2014

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Family History for Kids
Are you trying to figure out how to get kids involved and engaged in their family history? Come learn about new products and initiatives that are making a difference for younger audiences. We’ll discuss how you can create a life map, build a story book, tag and index photos and…

Devin Ashby
Fri, Dec 5 2014

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Look Ma, No Hands! Using Dragon Naturally Speaking for Your Genealogy
How many of us can type as fast as we can talk? I know I can’t. Dragon Dictate Naturally Speaking offers us the opportunity to type as fast as we can talk. This webinar will demonstrate using Dragon Dictate Naturally Speaking with Legacy Family Tree.

Ivan Baugh
Wed, Dec 10 2014

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Researching Your North Carolina Ancestors
Understand the geographical and migration patterns that make NC hard to find. Learn which records will lead you to answers and how to find alternate records. Discover the records, repositories and the resources you need to find a tarheel ancestor.

J. Mark Lowe
Wed, Dec 17 2014

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Bagging a Live One - Connecting with Cousins You Never Knew You Had
Bagging a live one is often a bigger rush than finding the dead ones. Bagging a live one who knows something about family history is gold. In this webinar Mary will show how you can find distant relatives, perhaps ones you never knew existed. Rather than trolling surname or location…

Mary Kircher Roddy
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