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Take a FREE online family history class!

Posted by Jeanie Croasmun on May 15, 2012 in Webinars

Join Ancestry.com for two FREE online classes this week beginning tonight at 8 p.m. ET as Crista Cowan walks you through her go-to tips for success in Ready, Set, Go – Family History How-To Everyone Should Know.

Then join us again on Thursday, May 17 at 8pm ET as Juliana Szucs Smith presents Get More Clues from a Census Record.

Both classes are absolutely free but registration before each event is required (bonus: when you register, you’ll get an email reminder about the presentation as well as an email informing you when the class is available for viewing online after the presentation airs – even if you weren’t able to attend the live broadcast). You can register for a class by selecting its name above.

And be sure to stick around until the end. Both Juliana and Crista will pick a handful of questions from the audience and give you their spot-on answers.

About Jeanie Croasmun
Jeanie Croasmun has been working at Ancestry.com while futilely attempting to prove the horse thief story in her family history for over seven years. During that time, she learned enough about her family to determine that the story is likely a great work of fiction. But the search continues ...

4 comments

Comments
1 thelma a dilliplaneMay 17, 2012 at 12:10 am

searching for origin of surname dilliplane, think it is french

2 JayMay 18, 2012 at 3:26 am

What great classes – thank you so much! As a new family history researcher I found these really useful.

3 swayaminfotechMay 30, 2012 at 5:06 am

nice post….

4 VeraMay 30, 2012 at 1:34 pm

I d like to know more about Ancestry.
Let me know how to do these classes now
after May 29th.
Vera

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