We recently hosted a webinar - "How to find ancestors in US and UK records" - featuring two of MyHeritage's experts: director of content production Mike Mansfield and chief genealogist Daniel Horowitz.
The webinar included a comprehensive overview of our matching technologies to advance your family history research, and the US and UK records available in MyHeritage SuperSearch.
Did you miss it? Don't worry! Click on the video below to watch the full webinar.
Don’t forget to check our other webinars for even more genealogy tips to help make family history research easier.
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Learn how to find them easily at our free online live demonstration, by learning how to search millions of historical records!
Join Mike Mansfield, Director of Content Production, who will teach you how to search US records. Join Laurence Harris, MyHeritage’s Head of Genealogy, UK, who will present the new UK records. Lastly, but certainly not least, MyHeritage’s Chief Genealogist, Daniel Horowitz, will provide an overview of our matching technologies which enable you to advance your family history research.
Register for free here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/614762607
Date: Wednesday February 12, 2014
2 PM CST
3 PM EST
8 PM GMT
(To find the time of the webinar for your location please use this Time Zone Converter.)
We look forward to 'seeing' you there!
The Record Detective™ is breakthrough technology that brings new leads by turning a single historical record into a door to other related records and family tree connections.
Join our free online webinar to see the Record Detective™ in action, and learn how it can unlock the clues to your family history.
Chief Genealogist Daniel Horowitz will answer your questions and help you learn how to get the most out of this excellent family history tool.
Date: Monday, June 17, 2013
Time: 3-4pm EDT
Register free here: http://bit.ly/12J7311
Do you have any questions you'd like answered? Put them in the comments below, and we'll address them during the webinar.
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We look forward to seeing you online.
An article in the Dallas Morning News, quoting a 2012 American Legacies Pulse Study, states that family history is the most important "asset" that we bequeath to our descendants.
According to the story, 86% of people ages 47-66 and 74% of those ages 72+ say that passing on family stories and memories means more to them than passing on material possessions.