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Part Number: WXPARCHEST_

Price: $9.95
The parish registers of baptisms, marriages and burials in England and Wales give many genealogical clues to help build a family tree. Kirsty Gray also highlights other documents kept by the parish, the diocese and the archdeaconry and the invaluable information which can be gleaned about the lives of our ancestors.
This was presented to a live webinar audience on April 27, 2016. 1 hour 57 minutes, plus 2 pages of supplemental syllabus materials.The recording is also included as part of the monthly or annual membership.
Part Number: WXZIGZAG_

Price: $9.95
You will learn about the methodology of using the baptismal, confirmation, marriage and burial records from German church registers most effectively. By utilizing the different bits of information found in each, researchers can zigzag their way to adding centuries to a pedigree.

This class was presented to a live webinar audience on February 11, 2015. 1 hour 29 minutes, plus 2 pages of handouts. The recording is also included as part of themonthly or annual membership.
Part Number: WXCHURCH_

Price: $9.95
Church records contain a wealth of family history information. Learn what types of records different churches kept, how to determine your ancestor’s denomination, and where to locate these important records.

This class was presented to a live webinar (online seminar) audience on October 23, 2013. 1 hour 33 minutes. Plus 4 page of supplemental syllabus materials.The recording is also included as part of themonthly or annual membership.
Part Number: WXIRISH_

Price: $9.95
Three of the main Irish genealogical resources of key importance to those tracing their Irish ancestors are census returns, church records, and civil registration (vital records). Although pre-1901 census records were almost completely destroyed and church records also suffered from either a lack of record keeping or destruction, much still exists. This presentation is an overview of surviving censuses and census substitutes, church records and civil registration.