GENCLASS Offers Online Genealogy Classes

I received the following this week from GenClass and thought some of you who enjoyed the MyFamily classes would be interested to know that several of the instructors have started their own online classes:

People around the world are catching the genealogy bug, but many just don’t know where or how to start. Are you one of them?

The experienced GENCLASS instructors want to help you, step by step, learn what records are available, how to access available resources and search the Internet.

All instructors have previously taught specialized classes for to thousands of satisfied students from North America and around the world. Considered the “best kept secret” in the genealogical world, those classes helped many begin their searches and make great discoveries.

Current classes include Scottish, Eastern European basic/intermediate, Native American, Jewish basic/Internet, Lost Family & Friends, Write Your Family History, Great Lakes Research and Adoption Investigation.

If there’s a class you’d like but its not listed, let GENCLASS know.

Each four-week class includes a detailed course curriculum, online class meetings and more, for the low price of $29.95.

For more information, available classes, instructors’ bios and student comments, go to and sign up today, as demand is sure to be high, and  the maximum numbers of students per class are limited.


4 thoughts on “GENCLASS Offers Online Genealogy Classes

  1. Do you have any classes about Welsh Family History. My Grandparents were Welsh. But I am having great difficulty trying to trace them. I cannot find a record of my grandfatherin the 1901 welsh census. Maybe its the name of Jones thats the stumbling block
    Thankyou Barbara J Howell

  2. Hi,

    Thank you for your interest in GenClass. At this time we do not have a Welsh class. However, we are making a list of suggestions and will soon be actively searching for well qualified instructors to teach those classes. Keep checking back and hopefully we will have a class that can help you. Good luck on your research!!!


  3. Is there any way that I can find a list/description of the classes planned for the rest of the year? And, even for that matter, into next year.

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