Short on time but long on questions? Join our experts for How to Make That Key Find in 15 Minutes or Less, our first-ever mid-day Q&A.
Our debut event will feature Ancestry Anne, a.k.a. Anne Mitchell, Sr. Search Product Manager at Ancestry.com, and genealogist Crista Cowan. They’ll point you to key resources packed with clues plus provide how-to tips for finding even more details at Ancestry.com. And come prepared with your questions: both Anne and Crista will be answering them live via Facebook to help you get past some of the most common stumbling blocks in online family history research.
How to Make That Key Find in 15 Minutes or Less starts at 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific) TODAY (September 28) on the Ancestry.com LIVE Facebook tab.
To submit your question for the event, go to the Ancestry.com Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ancestry.com. Then select “Events” from the menu on the left and click on How to Make That Key Find in 15 Minutes … Or Less. Then post your question.
You’ll be able to view the event then by selecting “Livestream” from that same left-side menu.
By the way, if you can’t make it today, you can watch the taped event from the Livestream tab anytime. And stay tuned — this is just the first of many Q&As to come!
About our experts:
Anne Mitchell is a Senior Search Product Manager at Ancestry.com, an
active blogger on Ancestry.com and writes as Ancestry Anne for Ancestry.com newsletter. She has been chasing her ancestors through Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina for many years, and is pursuing her CG certification.
Crista Cowan is a professional genealogist and currently serves as the Community Alliance Manager for the Ancestry World Archives Project. Since starting with Ancestry.com in 2004, Crista has taught countless family history classes and online webinars, written articles for Ancestry.com publications and the Ancestry.com blog and has held the positions of European content acquisition manager, indexing manager and more.
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