Free (limited time) Webinar Recording: “The Five-story Fall”

I had great fun presenting a Board for Certification of Genealogists series webinar for Legacy Family Tree Webinars on Tuesday (March 19th).

If you were unable to attend the webinar when it aired, the recording is available and free to view through Tuesday, March 26, 2019. Closed-captioning is available.

The Five-story Fall: Correlating Indirect and Direct Evidence to Extend the Pedigree takes twists and turns through evidence created by several generations of a family in order to give parents to a person who had remained parentless on a pedigree chart for decades. The case study follows a New York City Irish family back in time in records from New York, England, and Ireland.

Family Tree Webinars is a subscription service that offers hundreds of webinar recordings to subscribers. It’s free to attend most live webinars, and the recordings of those webinars remain free for one week following the air date. After that time they are available to subscribers. Subscribers also have access to some bonus webinars. Another option is to purchase digital downloads or CDs of specific recordings. Legacy has a library of free webinars, with no subscription required.

Stop over to view my webinar while it is in the free period. A link to my webinar is below. The “Syllabus” link at the bottom of the screen leads to the handout. Enjoy!

Be sure to check the “Upcoming Webinars” line-up and register for a few live airings!

See you there!

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4 Responses to Free (limited time) Webinar Recording: “The Five-story Fall”

  1. Kathleen Sullivan says:

    This was a great webinar. I was hoping for a connection to my Dealy/Dalys from Cork. no connection but learned a lot!

    • debbiemieszala says:

      Maybe I’ll see you in a DNA match one day! Thank you for the kind words. It was a fun project.

  2. Dana Leeds says:

    Thank you for this incredible presentation. It is one of the best case studies – and demonstrations of the FAN club – that I’ve seen!

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