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Legacy QuickTip: How to make a list of ancestors in Legacy from ___________?
Join Legacy’s Geoff Rasmussen as he uses the Legacy Family Tree software to demonstrate how to create a list of ancestors who lived in a certain place.
Join Legacy’s Geoff Rasmussen as he uses the Legacy Family Tree software to demonstrate how to create a list of ancestors who lived in a certain place.
Tue, May 3 2022: 0:00 UTC
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1:14:04
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Learn Legacy Software Live! City directories, obituaries and more
Learn the step-by-steps of downloading and adding a new genealogical document to your Legacy Family Tree software.
Learn the step-by-steps of downloading and adding a new genealogical document to your Legacy Family Tree software.
Fri, August 7 2020: 0:00 UTC
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1:26:52
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Watch Geoff Live: Adding a City Directory (among other things…)
Geoff just discovered two incredible-to-him things about his great-grandfather – both from a city directory from MyHeritage’s new U.S. City Directories collection – and now he’s ready to add the new information to his personal tree in his Legacy Family Tree software. You’re invited to join Geoff as he does…
Geoff just discovered two incredible-to-him things about his great-grandfather – both from a city directory from MyHeritage’s new U.S. City Directories collection – and now he’s ready to add the new information to his personal tree in his Legacy Family Tree software. You’re invited to join Geoff as he does…
Thu, April 16 2020: 0:00 UTC
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1:27:38
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Ask the Legacy software Experts
Join the experts at Legacy Family Tree software for an informal session of questions/answers, and demonstration of some of our user's favorite tips.
Join the experts at Legacy Family Tree software for an informal session of questions/answers, and demonstration of some of our user's favorite tips.
Thu, April 9 2020: 0:00 UTC
1:13:07
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Legacy 9 Unlocked (part 9): Adding an Entry from an Online Database
In this class, “Adding an Entry from an Online Database,” you’ll learn the six steps of adding information from any online database to Legacy. You’ll also learn about the Find A Grave tool.
In this class, “Adding an Entry from an Online Database,” you’ll learn the six steps of adding information from any online database to Legacy. You’ll also learn about the Find A Grave tool.
Fri, December 7 2018: 0:00 UTC
1:02:57
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Legacy 9 Unlocked (part 8): The Smoking Gun
In this class, “The Smoking Gun,” you’ll be stunned, as was Geoff, with the discovery. But you’ll also learn about some cool Legacy tips.
In this class, “The Smoking Gun,” you’ll be stunned, as was Geoff, with the discovery. But you’ll also learn about some cool Legacy tips.
Fri, November 30 2018: 0:00 UTC
1:15:16
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Legacy 9 Unlocked (part 7): Adding Email Correspondence
In this class, “Adding Email Correspondence,” you will learn the six steps of adding information from an email to Legacy.
In this class, “Adding Email Correspondence,” you will learn the six steps of adding information from an email to Legacy.
Fri, November 16 2018: 0:00 UTC
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1:31:18
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Legacy 9 Unlocked (part 6): Adding a Death Certificate
In this class, “Adding a Death Certificate,” you will learn the seven steps of adding a death certificate to Legacy.
In this class, “Adding a Death Certificate,” you will learn the seven steps of adding a death certificate to Legacy.
Fri, September 7 2018: 0:00 UTC
1:07:10
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Legacy 9 Unlocked (part 5): Adding an Obituary
In this class, “Adding an Obituary,” you will learn the six steps of adding an obituary to Legacy.
In this class, “Adding an Obituary,” you will learn the six steps of adding an obituary to Legacy.
Fri, August 3 2018: 0:00 UTC
1:24:44
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Legacy 9 Unlocked (part 4): Adding Estate/Probate Records
In this class, “Adding Estate/Probate Records,” you will learn the six steps of adding estate/probate records to Legacy.
In this class, “Adding Estate/Probate Records,” you will learn the six steps of adding estate/probate records to Legacy.
Fri, July 6 2018: 0:00 UTC
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1:44:57
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Watch Geoff Live: Adding a Will and a Tombstone to Legacy
He’s just found an 18th century will which appears to solve a decades-old genealogy brick wall, but it started when he took a second look at Samuel Miller Brown’s tombstone. In this live and unscripted webinar, Legacy’s Geoff Rasmussen will demonstrate what to do from start to finish with both…
He’s just found an 18th century will which appears to solve a decades-old genealogy brick wall, but it started when he took a second look at Samuel Miller Brown’s tombstone. In this live and unscripted webinar, Legacy’s Geoff Rasmussen will demonstrate what to do from start to finish with both…
Thu, July 5 2018: 0:00 UTC
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1:21:41
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Watch Geoff Live: Adding a World War I (and II) Draft Registration Card
It was Friday the 13th, and the presenter for the scheduled live webinar experienced a massive computer crash minutes before the webinar began. With less than ten minutes to come up with plan B, Geoff decided to research his Oregon-born ancestor – in front of the live webinar audience…
It was Friday the 13th, and the presenter for the scheduled live webinar experienced a massive computer crash minutes before the webinar began. With less than ten minutes to come up with plan B, Geoff decided to research his Oregon-born ancestor – in front of the live webinar audience…
Fri, April 13 2018: 0:00 UTC

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Wed, May 25 2022: 18:00 UTC
Seeking the Best Evidence: Targeted Testing for Genetic Genealogy Proof
Wed, May 25 2022: 18:00 UTC
According to the genealogical proof standard, part of pursuing thoroughly exhaustive research is seeking the best available evidence to address a research question. In genetic genealogy research problems, the evidence we use is the test results of living descendants of a research subject, and pursuing the best evidence requires targeted testing of those whose DNA is most likely to help address the research question. In this session, learn to identify, prioritize and invite the best testing candidates to address a research question.
According to the genealogical proof standard, part of pursuing thoroughly exhaustive research is seeking the best available evidence to address a research question. In genetic genealogy research problems, the evidence we use is the test results of living descendants of a research subject, and pursuing the best evidence requires targeted testing of those whose DNA is most likely to help address the research question. In this session, learn to identify, prioritize and invite the best testing candidates to address a research question.
Wed, May 25 2022: 18:00 UTC
Tue, May 31 2022: 11:00 UTC
French
1939-1945, parcours de prisonniers de guerre
Tue, May 31 2022: 11:00 UTC
Quand un généalogiste se lance dans des recherches sur un combattant français de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, il est souvent amené à travailler sur un profil de prisonnier de guerre. C’est presque une affaire de statistiques, avec plus de 1,8 million de soldats capturés par les forces allemandes entre mai et juin 1940 ! La recherche prend alors une tournure particulière. Ce moment de la vie du combattant stimule la curiosité de son descendant. Et, ce qui n’est pas le moindre paradoxe, le généalogiste a parfois connu l’ancien prisonnier de guerre. Il a écouté les récits de son père, de son grand-père, il en a collecté les anecdotes. Mais une fois que le principal témoin a disparu, il se rend compte qu’il lui manque des données précises pour documenter cette histoire individuelle transmise dans l’intimité familiale. Heureusement les archives existent. Elles permettent de compléter les précieux souvenirs. Ce webinaire a pour but de recenser les sources, qui sont variées. Et, à partir de cet inventaire, il s’agira d’envisager les méthodes de recherche, et les conditions de consultation, en fonction des configurations.
Quand un généalogiste se lance dans des recherches sur un combattant français de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, il est souvent amené à travailler sur un profil de prisonnier de guerre. C’est presque une affaire de statistiques, avec plus de 1,8 million de soldats capturés par les forces allemandes entre mai et juin 1940 ! La recherche prend alors une tournure particulière. Ce moment de la vie du combattant stimule la curiosité de son descendant. Et, ce qui n’est pas le moindre paradoxe, le généalogiste a parfois connu l’ancien prisonnier de guerre. Il a écouté les récits de son père, de son grand-père, il en a collecté les anecdotes. Mais une fois que le principal témoin a disparu, il se rend compte qu’il lui manque des données précises pour documenter cette histoire individuelle transmise dans l’intimité familiale. Heureusement les archives existent. Elles permettent de compléter les précieux souvenirs. Ce webinaire a pour but de recenser les sources, qui sont variées. Et, à partir de cet inventaire, il s’agira d’envisager les méthodes de recherche, et les conditions de consultation, en fonction des configurations.
Tue, May 31 2022: 11:00 UTC
Wed, June 1 2022: 2:00 UTC
The Bones – New Zealand Civil Registration
Wed, June 1 2022: 2:00 UTC
Birth, Marriage and Death information provides the bones of our family history skeleton from which we hang the rest of our research about a person. Learn more about the New Zealand records that give your research structure.
Birth, Marriage and Death information provides the bones of our family history skeleton from which we hang the rest of our research about a person. Learn more about the New Zealand records that give your research structure.
Wed, June 1 2022: 2:00 UTC
Wed, June 1 2022: 18:00 UTC
Using DNA To Solve Interlinked Mysteries
Wed, June 1 2022: 18:00 UTC
Sometimes when trying to solve family mysteries using DNA, we discover that the best matches on the mystery line also have recent mysteries of their own and the connection between the two lies on their respective mystery lines. It’s exciting when there are close DNA matches on a mystery line but, equally, it can be frustrating if those matches also have recent blanks or brick walls and it’s tempting to treat these kinds of matches as dead ends. In this presentation, Michelle will outline some extraordinary case studies where multiple mysteries linked together and only by investigating them all could answers ultimately be uncovered. She will demonstrate the best techniques for navigating these tricky situations and provide her top hints and tips for working with interlinked mysteries. Often if you can solve one interlinked mystery, you can solve them all!
Sometimes when trying to solve family mysteries using DNA, we discover that the best matches on the mystery line also have recent mysteries of their own and the connection between the two lies on their respective mystery lines. It’s exciting when there are close DNA matches on a mystery line but, equally, it can be frustrating if those matches also have recent blanks or brick walls and it’s tempting to treat these kinds of matches as dead ends. In this presentation, Michelle will outline some extraordinary case studies where multiple mysteries linked together and only by investigating them all could answers ultimately be uncovered. She will demonstrate the best techniques for navigating these tricky situations and provide her top hints and tips for working with interlinked mysteries. Often if you can solve one interlinked mystery, you can solve them all!
Wed, June 1 2022: 18:00 UTC
Fri, June 3 2022: 18:00 UTC
Studying Free People of Color in Apprentice Records
Fri, June 3 2022: 18:00 UTC
This lecture will discuss the institution of apprenticeship – documents, laws, and resources relating to free people of color before the Civil War.
This lecture will discuss the institution of apprenticeship – documents, laws, and resources relating to free people of color before the Civil War.
Fri, June 3 2022: 18:00 UTC
Wed, June 8 2022: 2:00 UTC
Government Gazettes as a Genealogical Resource
Wed, June 8 2022: 2:00 UTC
The Gazettes were the weekly notices of Government activities meant for other government departments and some were available to the public. They are an untapped genealogical resource. The general gazette lists government appointments, various licences, Justices of the Peace, changes to legislation, deceased estates, and so much more. Police Gazettes (only available to Police departments) list police officer movements, reports of crime often listing victims, reports on entry and exit from prison, Missing Friends notices while Education Gazettes list teacher movements, school information and more. Each colony had its own Gazettes and post Federation in 1901 the Commonwealth also produced a Government Gazette.
The Gazettes were the weekly notices of Government activities meant for other government departments and some were available to the public. They are an untapped genealogical resource. The general gazette lists government appointments, various licences, Justices of the Peace, changes to legislation, deceased estates, and so much more. Police Gazettes (only available to Police departments) list police officer movements, reports of crime often listing victims, reports on entry and exit from prison, Missing Friends notices while Education Gazettes list teacher movements, school information and more. Each colony had its own Gazettes and post Federation in 1901 the Commonwealth also produced a Government Gazette.
Wed, June 8 2022: 2:00 UTC
Thu, June 9 2022: 0:00 UTC
Documents + DNA + Method + a little bit of Luck: Combining Tools to Find Biological Family
Thu, June 9 2022: 0:00 UTC
Finding an adopted child’s biological family is especially challenging for genealogists. This presentation list the steps one can take to identify an unknown parent or grandparent and dissects a successful case to show how good methodology combined with document research and DNA matches can put a decades-old question to rest.
Finding an adopted child’s biological family is especially challenging for genealogists. This presentation list the steps one can take to identify an unknown parent or grandparent and dissects a successful case to show how good methodology combined with document research and DNA matches can put a decades-old question to rest.
Thu, June 9 2022: 0:00 UTC
Tue, June 14 2022: 18:00 UTC
Identifying Common Ancestors with DNA
Tue, June 14 2022: 18:00 UTC
One of the most important keys to making breakthroughs in genetic genealogy is determining which ancestors you have in common with your DNA Matches. Discover the tools MyHeritage offers that can help you do this and learn how to make the most of them.
One of the most important keys to making breakthroughs in genetic genealogy is determining which ancestors you have in common with your DNA Matches. Discover the tools MyHeritage offers that can help you do this and learn how to make the most of them.
Tue, June 14 2022: 18:00 UTC
Wed, June 15 2022: 18:00 UTC
Advanced Lightroom Techniques for Photo Editing
Wed, June 15 2022: 18:00 UTC
This webinar will show you advanced editing techniques in Lightroom.
This webinar will show you advanced editing techniques in Lightroom.
Wed, June 15 2022: 18:00 UTC