Webinar registration is open now, and the webinar is only open to the first 1,000 attendees. Usually these webinars are archived for a certain length of time afterwards though, so if you can’t see it live, you will be able to watch it soon after.
And watch for more here very soon about researching in Europe. The BCGS European Group met in January and plans are in the works for more meetings, a website page – and a special European Research Day at the BCGS Walter Draycott Library in Surrey, BC. In the meantime, take a look at the European research links on this BCGS website for Europe, Eastern Europe and many individual European countries. The BCGS Scandinavian group has its own web page already. To suggest new ones, just contact the BCGS webmistresses: firstname.lastname@example.org
Little Used English Sources for Genealogy, Peter Whitlock Irish Beginners Genealogy, Eunice Robinson Irish Advanced Genealogy, Eunice Robinson Local History for Genealogists, Eunice Robinson Scandinavian-Nordic Genealogy, M. Diane Rogers
All are .pdf files so you can save and/or print them, and the links should be live and clickable. (If you find some that are not, please contact email@example.com )
Thank you to these speakers, and to all the Finding Your Roots organizers and volunteers. Happy researching, everyone!
The BCGS Members’ Surname Interests index was updated today. This now includes 4867 entries. If you find one of your own surname interests here, please contact the BCGS member and let them know of your connections. If there is no e-mail address shown with the surname interest, please contact the BCGS webmaster and your e-mail will be forwarded.