Free Family History Classes and Webinars for July 2020
The FamilySearch Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, announced its free webinars for July 2020. This month features Church records for Germans from Russia, Probates and Wills, FamilySearch Catalog, and Fnding Elusive Records. Chinese language session is 喚醒我們的回憶 (Awaken Our Memories) and two Spanish sessions--El árbol familiar ¡Hay una aplicación para eso! and Enderezando las ramas del árbol familiar.
No registration is required for these online webinars. See the table of classes below for more details.
If you cannot attend any live event, most sessions are recorded and can be viewed later online at your convenience at Family History Library classes and webinars.
All class times are in Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).
|Fri, Jul 3, 7:00 PM MDT||喚醒我們的回憶 Awaken Our Memories(Class language: Chinese 中文) (Beginner)||Yes|
|Mon, Jul 6, 10:00 AM MDT||FamilySearch Catalog (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Jul 7, 10:00 AM MDT||Tips and Tricks for Finding Elusive Records in FamilySearch (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Jul 8, 1:00 PM MDT||Germans from Russia: Locating Church Records (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Tue, Jul 14, 11:00 AM MDT||El árbol familiar ¡Hay una aplicación para eso! (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Jul 28, 11:00 AM MDT||Enderezando las ramas del árbol familiar(Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Jul 28, 1:00 PM MDT||Where There's a Will, There's a Probate: U.S. Probate Records (Beginner)||Yes|
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