Researching Your Genealogy on the Internet, Creating Your Family Tree. Instructor Bob Larson
Want to learn how to use the three most popular genealogy databases available at most libraries? You should attend this FREE three hour class to discover the secrets of using Anestry, MyHeritage,and FamilySearch websites!
Saturday, May 29, 2021 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm via Zoom
Researching Your Genealogy on the Internet is presented by Bob Larson, instructor for Larimer County Genealogical Society. This is a FREE three hour class comprised of three Internet databases including Ancestry’s Library Edition, MyHeritage, and FamilySearch. Bob will provide information on accessing the databases, how to use the databases in researching your ancestors, how to save the genealogy records for future use, how to build a family tree online the correct way, and how to use the three popular message boards.
Robert (Bob) Larson is an instructor, library volunteer, education chair and past president for Larimer County Genealogical Society besides being a past speaker at different societies across Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming. Bob is also Society Management Workshop & Webinar Chair and past president of the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies in Denver. He has been researching genealogy for over 20 years. Bob published his first family history 210 page book, “The Coffin-Pierson Legacy” in 2007, comprised of six generations with the help of 30 cousins.
Everyone that is interested in genealogy or family history is welcome!
Questions? Contact: Education Co-Chair Bob Larson at Education@lcgsco.org
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