When a Place is New

Michelle Patient
Feb 16, 2023
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Maps
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Where to Look
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Library Guides
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Names
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Find Others
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Extra Help
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Announcements / prizes
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Questions / answers
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About this webinar

As our family tree branches develop, we come across locations we haven’t researched before. Michelle shares her tips for how to find the sorts of records you will need, what information they contain and where best to find them, when a place is new to you.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Michelle Patient is an Australian genealogist, computer geek, and DNA enthusiast, with qualifications in Chemistry, Geology and Family History. She grew up with a grandmother whose family stories, photographs, and memorabilia sparked her life-long
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  1. CM
    Cheryl Mapes
    1 year ago

    Very helpful information and links for doing research in the UK.

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  2. DC
    Debbie Cravens
    1 year ago

    As much as I think I know everything there is to know about doing genealogy, I always learn valuable new information from Webinar speakers. Michelle Patient shared much new information for new places to search and the information was presented in a clear, enthusiastic way. Thanks, Michelle.

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      michelle patient
      1 year ago

      Many thanks Debbie for you kind words – glad it was helpful.

  3. SB
    Shelby Bender
    1 year ago

    Very informative for research of a different area that gives us clues as to other/new resources to seek out for our areas of research.

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  4. DG
    Diana Gill
    1 year ago

    Michelle Patient is down to earth, personable, extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic about genealogy. Always when I think I won’t learn anything new in genealogy, I learn something new in these webinars. This webinar was fantastic!

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  5. CA
    Carolyn Atkinson
    1 year ago

    Was so informative, wish I had someone in Australia to research, LOL

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  6. JH
    Joanne Howard
    1 year ago

    She presented a lot of resources that I was not aware of. Can’t wait to look at them. Excellent presentation.

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  7. DN
    Dianne Norton
    1 year ago

    I liked this webinar because she gave us actual websites to look through. It wasn’t all just theory or look how I did it in the past. Its has websites that I can see to point me in the right direction.

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  8. BA
    Beverly Anderson
    1 year ago

    Informative

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