Genealogy Webinars

Selected Thursdays, January - December 2015
Taught online - Preregistration is required.


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Please select one or more webinars to attend.

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Church and synagogue records often provide valuable information for the family historian. However, tracking a church through the centuries can be a complicated process. This class will explore types of existing records according to a denomination's customs and potential locations of these records, covering both published and unpublished resources.
Single class scheduled on 6/18/2015 at 7:00PM
Find out about the resources, both printed and archival, that can provide the family historian with fascinating information about an ancestor's occupational history. Come learn how to identify your ancestor's occupation and how to research what your family member did for a living.
Single class scheduled on 9/10/2015 at 7:00PM
This webinar gives a more intimate look at CML's collection and services for genealogists; areas of focus include Ohio, other states, foreign countries and some special collections including the Palatines To America (German) and Huguenot (French) collections. You'll also learn about resources available through CML's genealogy webpage. This webinar is ideal for those who want to find out about the genealogy resources currently available at Columbus Metropolitan Library.
Single class scheduled on 12/10/2015 at 7:00PM

Please call 614.297.2510 with any questions.