Join Us for the Second Annual 24-Hour Genealogy Webinar Marathon

Last year, MyHeritage teamed up with Legacy Family Tree Webinars to make history: we hosted the first-ever 24-hour genealogy webinar marathon. The event, conceived toward the beginning of the pandemic-related shutdowns worldwide, was meant to provide a fully online learning experience bringing together genealogists from all across the globe to hear the latest news, ideas, and advice from the world’s top experts. It was such a success that we’re doing it again: on April 8–9, 2021, we’ll be hosting the second annual 24-hour genealogy webinar marathon!

Register for FREE to the 24-Hour Genealogy Webinar Marathon!

Just like last year, the entire event is free and open to all. You can pop in for just one or a few of the lectures that most interest you, or challenge yourself to stay tuned in to the entire event. Live Q&As will take place during the lectures and there will be door prizes available as well.

The Lectures

This year’s offerings are fascinating and varied and cover a wide range of topics in genealogy, family history research, and DNA. From genetic genealogy to building your own YouTube channel to share family videos, from Cherokee heritage to African American ancestors migrating to Canada, there is truly something for everyone — in every time zone — during this year’s marathon!

Below you’ll find all 26 lectures listed by hour according to EDT. You can use this time zone converter to find out the hour in your local time zone. Click the title of the lecture to see more details and register for each one.

Time (EDT) Lecture Speaker
5 P.M., April 8 Four Factors Influencing Your DNA Ethnicity Results Diahan Southard
6 P.M., April 8 Putting Down Roots for Future Generations Tammy Priolo
7 P.M., April 8 Learning More about American Female Ancestors Prior to 1850 Gena Philibert-Ortega
8 P.M., April 8 Create Your Own YouTube Channel and Share Family Videos Lianne Kruger
9 P.M., April 8 Genealogy Gifts and Games Janice Nickerson
10 P.M., April 8 Osiyo to Cherokee Ancestry Nicka Smith
11 P.M., April 8 Record As You Go, Cite As You Go, & File As You Go Cyndi Ingle
12 A.M., April 9 Write As You Go! A Methodology for Efficient Report Writing Jill Morelli, CG
1 A.M., April 9 Surname Slip-Ups: Baffling Beginnings Carol Baxter
2 A.M., April 9 Begotten by Fornication: Illegitimacy Records in England and Wales Helen V. Smith
3 A.M., April 9 Finding Jewish Records in the MyHeritage Search Engine Daniel Horowitz
4 A.M., April 9 Using MyHeritage Tools to Improve Your Family Tree Data MyHeritage Webinars
5 A.M., April 9 Leaving a Paper Trail: Other German Sources Besides Church Books and Civil Records Andrea Bentschneider
6 A.M., April 9 Tears of Joy: Families Reunited Through Genetic Genealogy and MyHeritage DNA Daniel Horowitz
7 A.M., April 9 Townlands, Parishes and Baronies: Understanding Land Administrative Divisions in Ireland Natalie Bodle
8 A.M., April 9 Researching Your Ancestors in the City of Philadelphia Michael L. Strauss, AG
9 A.M., April 9 African American Migration North to Canada Angela Walton-Raji
10 A.M., April 9 How to Find Birth, Marriage, and Death Registrations in Canada Kathryn Lake Hogan
11 A.M., April 9 Street Names and Numbers: Grid Changes, Renaming, and More Thomas MacEntee
12 P.M., April 9 Expanding the Details from Published Local Histories J. Mark Lowe, CG, FUGA
1 P.M., April 9 Mother Nature’s Impact on Family Migration and Relocation Wayne Shepheard
2 P.M., April 9 Matrimonio a la Española: Spanish Marital Customs & Marriage Records Daniel Smith-Ramos
3 P.M., April 9 Collaboration and Correspondence for DNA Paul Woodbury
4 P.M., April 9 Tracing Your Pre-WWI British Soldier Paul Milner
5 P.M., April 9 Organization: The Key to Successful Research Teri E. Flack
6 P.M., April 9 Superb Seven: Fabulous Avenues for Finding Family in Manuscript Collections Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS

Can’t Join Us Live? You Can Catch Up Later

Wrong time zone? Too busy? Can’t drag yourself out of bed at 2 A.M.? (Not that you need to — you can join with a mobile device right from your pillow!) No worries. All the lectures will be available for free viewing on the Legacy Family Tree Webinars website for a week after the event. Beyond that, you can watch them anytime with a webinar membership to FamilyTreeWebinars.com — along with all of last year’s classes and many, many other excellent webinars.
Challenge yourself and give your genealogy know-how a 24-hour charge… or just join us for some valuable genealogy content wherever and whenever is most convenient for you. Either way, we can’t wait to see you there!

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Posted On: March 24, 2021 at 08:21AM