genealogy

Adults - It happens Thursday, 7/18 at 7:00 PM - WikiTree Genealogy Class!

Adults - It happens Thursday, 7/18 at 7:00 PM - WikiTree Genealogy Class!

Come learn WikiTree, a free, collaborative, source/documentation based online single family tree. Whether you are already a seasoned researcher or just interested in starting your family tree research, WikiTree has something for everyone and this class will help you get started and learn how to build and add to your family history using WikiTree.

The Friends of Freeman Library support all the WikiTree Workshops.

Genealogy: Research Over My Shoulder - A Genealogy Case Study

Sometimes you learn more by watching someone do the thing you want to do. In this genealogy class, Devon will walk you through the process she followed to answer the question, "Who are Winfield's Parents and how do I clean up his family tree?" Join us on Wed 5/15 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM in the Computer Lab.

Adults - Join Us for Our WikiTree Genealogy Class on Thursday, 5/16 at 7:00 PM in the 2nd Floor Computer Lab!

Adults - Join Us for Our WikiTree Genealogy Class on Thursday, 5/16 at 7:00 PM in the 2nd Floor Computer Lab!

You'll learn about WikiTree, a free, collaborative, source/documentation based online single family tree. Whether you are already a seasoned researcher or just interested in starting your family tree research, WikiTree has something for everyone and this class will help you get started and learn how to build and add to your family history using WikiTree.

Genealogy: FamilySearch Lab

Are you interested in tracing family members? Learn how to use the free FamilySearch database for your research. Join us at Kingwood Library on Tues 4/23 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM in the Computer Lab. Self-register online or call 832-927-7830. 

Genealogy: A Recipe for Writing Family History

You did the research. Now it's time to transform your work into a written narrative your family will enjoy. Join us at Kingwood Library for this free genealogy class on Wed 4/17 from 1-3 PM in the Computer Lab. Self-register online or call 832-927-7830.

Genealogy: FamilySearch Lab

Want to trace family members? Come learn how to use the free FamilySearch database. Join us at Kingwood Library on Tues 3/26 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm in the Computer Lab. Self-register online or by calling 832-927-7830. 

Genealogy: Is RootsMagic Right for Me?

RootsMagic is a tremendous tool to assist in organizing & analyzing genealogical discoveries. But is it right for you? We’ll discuss the strengths & weaknesses of this program. Join us on Wed 3/20 from 1:00 - 3:00 PM for Genealogy: Is RootsMagic Right for Me? Register online or call 832-927-7830. 

Genealogy: Pruning your Family Tree in FamilySearch

FamilySearch is revolutionizing family history by creating “One Tree” rather than the individual trees presented in nearly every other online genealogy service. You can prune your tree & this class will discuss how. Join us on Wednesday 2/20 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM in the Computer Lab. Self-register for this free class online or call 832-927-7830.

Adults - Don't Miss the Next WikiTree Genealogy Class, Thursday, 2/21 @ 7 PM in the 2nd Floor Computer Lab!

 

Come learn WikiTree, a free, collaborative, source/documentation based online single family tree. Whether you are already a seasoned researcher or just interested in starting your family tree research, WikiTree has something for everyone and this class will help you get started and learn how to build and add to your family history using WikiTree.

The Friends of Freeman Library support the WikiTree Genealogy Classes at Freeman Library.

Adults - FamilySearch Genealogy Introductory Series Fridays This February @ 3:45 PM

 

2nd Floor Computer Lab

Learn how to use the free FamilySearch website (www.familysearch.org) to research your family history. FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations and is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources, and services each year to learn more about their family history.

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