My Top Ten Favourite Legacy Family Tree Webinars

Legacy Family Tree Webinars state that they have 477 classes and 662 hours of instruction. For a small monthly fee (if that is what you prefer) or a yearly fee, you can have access to all of these classes and their handouts.

I can say that having a membership is well worth it! You can learn so much from the leaders in Genealogical Research and I am grateful to them for taking the time to teach what they have learned and offer those lectures to us.

It was VERY difficult to narrow the lectures that I have watched down to my top ten!

I listen to these webinars when I am at my day-job and it is quiet, but for the most part these webinars get me through the long commute home (much to the chagrin of my data plan!)

Here is my top ten list in no particular order (that wouldn’t be fair, would it?):

10) Writing Up Your Research – Michael J. Leclerc, CG.

9) The Family Tapestry: Integrating Proof Arguments into the Genealogical Narrative – Jeanne Bloom, CG.

8) Elementary, My Dear Watson! Solving Genealogy Puzzles With Clues You Already Have – James M. Baker, PhD, CG.

7) Kinship Determination: From Generation to Generation – Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL.

6) Proof Arguments – How to Write Them and Why They Matter – Warren Bittner, CG.

5) Complex Evidence – What Is It? How Does It Work? And Why Does It Matter? – Warren Bittner, CG.

4) Expanding Your Research From A Single Fact – Marian Pierre-Louis

3) Ten Genealogical Lessons I Learned The Hard Way – Warren Bittner, CG.

2) Problem Solving With FANS – Beth Foulk

1) Pointing Fingers at Ancestors’ Siblings – Breaking Down Brick Walls with Collateral Research – Marian Pierre-Louis

I have not dove into DNA yet, but I plan to do that in the coming months. I am sure the webinars on DNA will teach me alot and I am looking forward to branching out!

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

Krista

 

 

 

 

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