If you just want some guidance, then have a look below on how you can get my help to do it yourself.
Webinars & Guides
I have a growing number of webinars for you to watch and guides for you to read, available on my website for you to purchase.
Many of these are step by step, how-to webinars and guides.
Workshops & Presentations
If you want to hear me speak live or via Zoom, click here to find where I'll be speaking in the future.
I have a number of recordings available online through various websites for you to watch.
Legacy Family Tree Webinars
These webinars are available to those who have a subscription to the website where you will find 100's of webinars (not just mine).
Timelines are a great tool for gathering together your research on an ancestor and their family. Learn tips and tricks on creating these and using them in your research and when you publish your family story.
We don’t have any major collections of census records in New Zealand, so how else can you find families in New Zealand. Looking at the use of electoral rolls and school records to add to your family history.
Beyond Births, Deaths and Marriages, this talk looks at four sources for tracing your New Zealand family. Covering: Cemetery Research, Probates & Wills, Shipping to New Zealand and Newspapers
Looking at The Cyclopedia of New Zealand, New Zealand Electoral Roll's, the 1893 Women's Suffrage Petition and World War I military records.
Following on from the declaration of War, on September 29th 1939, the details of the population of Great Britain and Northern Ireland were recorded and identity cards were issued. Findmypast (and others) has published the registers for England and Wales. This talk will look at searching the 1939 Register and what to do with the information you find.
Ancestry - Family History Fridays
Facebook Live with Michelle Patient - Recordings available:
- What's New at Ancestry
- AncestryDNA and Family History Intertwined
- Researching 20th Century Families
- Researching 19th Century Families
- Researching 18th Century Families
- Women in History
- Researching Surnames
- Around the World and Ancestry DNA
- Royalty in Family History and Society
- Looking Sideways - Gathering Evidence from Others
- Recording Your Military History
- Celebrating Fathers
- Introduction to AncestryDNA®
- Families in Place and Time
- Going to School
- Delving into DNA
- Your Questions Answered - Live