Perhaps you have already spent time on one of the notable family research websites.  You may think you understand what the materials you have found mean, or maybe you are unsure what to do with what you have found. Even those familiar with the data accumulation process can benefit from registration and participation in family history research classes.  Classes meet via Zoom on the first and third Wednesday, April 6 & 20 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.

Session I: Covers the genealogical research plan and a real-time tour of three research sites and software programs. 

Session II: includes primary and secondary sources, vital record types, census data and an examination of research errors to avoid.

Questions throughout the presentations are encouraged. Each class has its own coordinating handouts. Register today by going to and clicking on the Event Calendar.  Upon registration, you will receive your zoom link for this free course. Pastfinders of South Lake County Genealogical Society would like to help you Start your journey into family history.

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