Researching a Life of Crime
Many of our ancestors were affected by crime, either as victims, perpertrators, law enforcement or witnesses. Join us as Myko Clelland explores records and techniques to enchance this aspect of our ancestors lives.
Speaker: Myko Clelland
Well known family history guru, Myko Clelland is a genealogist, spokesperson & regional licensing manager for Findmypast who regularly discusses family history on television, radio, online & in print.
He holds a Masters degree in genealogy (distinction) and is a qualified adult education teacher with over 200 worldwide speaking appearances, from Oxford University to The National Archives (UK), National Library of Wales, RootsTech, The Society of Genealogists, Who Do You Think You Are? Live & many regional archives & local family history groups.
When: 8.30pm (NZST), Monday, 28 September 2020.
The presentation is followed by a Q&A session.
This is a live event. No recording will be available.
How: After payment you will be provided with a link to download your ticket which includes a link to register for the Zoom presentation.
Register early to get your confirmation email, containing information about joining the session. Don't forget to add this event to your calendar.
Host: Genealogists Fiona Brooker (Memories in Time) and Michelle Patient (The Patient Genie) have worked and volunteered in the family history world (Australia, England, Ireland, New Zealand, USA and online) for nearly 60 years between them. They have come together to promote, educate and enthuse others interested in researching their family history. Both work as professional genealogists and educators.
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