Danish Research with Online Records at MyHeritage and Beyond

Mike Mansfield
Aug 9, 2022
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Welcome
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Introduction
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Names
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Places
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Census
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Church
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Tips
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Honorable Mentions
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Announcements / prizes
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Questions / answers
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About this webinar

Many genealogical records from Denmark have been digitized, fully indexed, and published online. With unparalleled censuses and robust church vital records available, learning about your Danish ancestors has never been easier. In this session we will jump into these Danish records at MyHeritage, the Danish National Archives, and the Danish National Library and discuss strategies and practices that promote successful research and discoveries.

About the speakers

About the speakers

Mike Mansfield works for MyHeritage.com as the Director of Content Operations. Previously Mike has worked for Ancestry.com and FamilySearch and has been active in the genealogy and family history domain for the last 20 years. Mike has presented at
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MyHeritage is the leading global destination for discovering, preserving and sharing family history. Our platform and DNA kits make it easy for anyone, anywhere to embark on a meaningful journey into their past and treasure their family stories fo
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  1. SB
    sandra bushi
    7 days ago

    Information was very helpful for my Danish ancestry

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  2. RC
    Rebecca Clausen
    7 days ago

    Learned so much! I’ve been researching my Danish side for about 20 years and never had much luck before all these great online resources became available to Americans a few years ago. The new collections, especially English translated abstracts and indexes (I’m discovering new sources almost daily!) broke tons of brick walls and I’m back to 1700s names now when I used to only have great-grandparents (the immigrants to NYC). Can’t wait to keep going with these new tips from Mike.

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  3. CW
    Cynthia Ward
    7 days ago

    Very well organized and presented. He did not try to present too much into for the given time.

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  4. BB
    Brian Boneham
    7 days ago

    Absolutely must watch again webinar, to get the most information on Danish genealogy and the different techniques we can use for searching for records.

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  5. AW
    Anne Wilson
    7 days ago

    Very useful for a neophyte Danish researcher—just wish I could have taken down notes on all of the fast moving slides and web links. Mike was very well organized and helpful. I’ll have to watch again for some forgotten hints if I get stuck.

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  6. JJ
    Jody Johnson
    7 days ago

    Unfortunately I missed the first 15 minutes but was glued to the rest of the webinar. Very informative and helpful! I certainly have a lot of work o do!

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  7. RW
    Roly Weaver
    7 days ago

    My family is from Schleswig-Holstein. I found this class very useful.

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  8. LE
    Lorraine Elizabeth Heinrich
    7 days ago

    Informative and helpful

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