Free webinars to discuss vital records, surnames

The Wisconsin State Genealogy Society will present “I Found My Family On the Internet. Now What Do I Do?” on Tuesday, March 21 at 8 p.m. When you find that “fluttering leaf” attached to a possible ancestor, what do you do? When you are ready to post genealogical information on a website, how do you decide where to post your family information? Do you accept the answer given to you by the leaf? This webinar will review three levels of analysis so that you can make an informed decision on whether that fluttering leaf is one you ought to accept or whether that website is where you want to post.

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The Southern California Genealogical Society will present “What’s in a Name? Every Name Tells a Story,” on Wednesday, March 22 at 9 p.m. Surnames tell a fascinating story about our ancestors’ past. From origin to meaning, migration to frequency, learn how to find and include that story in your own family history.

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The Georgia Genealogical Society Will present “Beyond the Basics : Vital Records and Related Sources” on Wednesday, March 22 at 8 p.m. Beginning genealogists, more often than not, neglect to review vital records for family members and relatives, both dead and living. Birth, marriage, death and divorce records help to place our ancestors in a particular time and place. Learn where to find vital records, how to analyze them, as well how to locate the many related sources that can provide vital record information when originals can’t be found.

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