We love sharing the love of family history and teaching you how to get further with your research.
A full list of available Workshops and Presentations can be downloaded from here
Presentations can be delivered in person or virtually.
Here's where you can find Fiona presenting:
11 December - Modern Family Tree Workshop, 8.30pm NZDT
31 March - Talking Family History - with Michelle Patient
Auckland Council Libraries - Central City Library, 12-1pm
For more details and to register click here
LEGACY FAMILY TREE WEBINARS - ARCHIVE:
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
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
8 May 2020 onwards
Facebook Live - Recordings available:
- 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
DO YOU NEED A SPEAKER?
A full list of Workshops and Presentations can be downloaded from here
Workshops: These practical workshops are of varying lengths. Computer requirements are indicated.
Presentations: Tailored for a 1 hour presentation slot with questions (unless otherwise indicated), presentations are supported with handouts where appropriate.
Upcoming Topics: We are always working on new ideas and welcome your suggestions.
Research Weekend: Have you considered a research weekend? Based in Christchurch, Fiona is available to travel and any requests would be considered. Depending on travel requirements up to eight presentations can be covered in a weekend. Mix and match workshops and presentations.
Webinars: We have the technology. If Fiona can't come to you in real life, then have you considered a virtual meeting. Whether it is a fully online presentation that you watch from home or an online presentation to a gathering of your group. Talk to us.
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