9    Apr 20141 comment

Webinar: Discovering family history through gravestones

We recently hosted an online webinar on how to discover family history through gravestones. We were joined by two of our experts - US genealogy advisor Schelly Talalay Dardashti and chief genealogist Daniel Horowitz.

Schelly talked about the information that can be revealed about family via gravestones. Daniel discussed our recent partnership with BillionGraves and how to get involved in preserving cemeteries for future generations.

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.

Have ideas for other webinars? Let us know in the comments below.

7    Nov 20136 comments

Webinar: Family History Q&A

Do you have any brick walls in your genealogy research? Need help looking for that long-lost ancestor?

Join us for a Q&A panel with our top genealogy experts who will answer your questions and provide hints and tips for continuing your family history research.

Sign up for a free webinar - Family History Q&A: Your genealogy questions answered

Date: Monday, November 18, 2013
Time: 2-3pm EDT, 7-8pm GMT

Click to register for free.

Do you have questions that you’d like answered?  Tell us in the comments below and we'll try to address them live during the webinar.

We look forward to answering your questions!

4    Oct 20130 comments

Webinars: Genealogy tips and tricks

Discovering more about our ancestors helps take family history research to the next level. Whether it’s historical records, images, or looking for a relative’s name, there may be missing pieces we need to find to complete our family trees.

Our webinars help provide genealogy tips and tricks to make your family history research easier, and learn more about how to make the most of MyHeritage.

Last week, MyHeritage’s Chief Genealogist, Daniel Horowitz, gave a free online webinar on finding the gaps in family history research.

Did you miss it? Don’t worry! Click the video below to watch the full webinar.

Don’t forget to check our other webinars, both for beginners and more advanced researchers, to take your family history to the next level.

Would you like to learn more about a certain genealogy topic? Leave a comment below with suggestions for future webinars!

1    Oct 2013313 comments

Family History Month: Competitions, Tips and More

October marks Family History Month - an excellent time for you and your family to learn about your family heritage. We’ll be celebrating throughout this month with exciting competitions, webinars and tips to enhance your family history research.

See this week's contest and read about our other activities.

From historical records, to building family trees, we're here to help you learn, collect and share your family history.

Continue reading "Family History Month: Competitions, Tips and More" »

7    Nov 20120 comments

Webinar: Genealogy 101

We're delighted to invite you to register now for our webinar: "Genealogy 101: Everything you need to know about researching your family history" which will be presented on Tuesday, November 13 at 2pm EST/7pm UK.

Join US genealogy adviser Schelly Talalay Dardashti for a Family History master class. This session, open to beginners and more advanced researchers alike, will cover everything from getting started in family history research to breaking down brick walls.

There will be a live Q&A session as well as a chat room to ask questions or comment during the webinar, so think about those things that challenge you and come prepared to challenge Schelly!

View recordings of past webinars on our webinar website.

We look forward to welcoming you online.

15    Jun 20122 comments

Family History: The most important legacy?

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.

As we get older, we tend to focus our thoughts on our family. How will they remember us? After we're gone, will they maintain the values and family bonds that were important us? Continue reading "Family History: The most important legacy?" »

17    Oct 20112 comments

Genealogy News: North America – 17 October 2011

This week's topics include an unusual free webinar, Google+, Canadian databases and resources, a Massachusetts genealogical journal, resources in Minnesota and Oklahoma and more.

There are many resources available on almost any family history topic. If you are frustrated at not being able to find what you want, or need help understanding what you have found, that may be a signal to join your local genealogical society.

Newcomers are welcome at all societies, where experts are interested in helping you. Remember that all of us were newcomers at some point regardless of our current skill level. We have all been in the same place as you, and we were assisted by experts who answered those "silly questions" we were hesitant to ask.

Continue reading "Genealogy News: North America – 17 October 2011" »

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