We’ve got a few Family Tree University webinars lined up for you, so I’ll start with the soonest first:
- Make Money From Your Genealogy Blog is tomorrow (or maybe tonight, depending when you read this), Jan. 12, a 8 pm Eastern. Our online editor and Clue Wagon blogger Kerry Scott is presenting, and she has promised to spill all about what you can really expect when it comes to monetizing your blog.
- Our Kentucky Genealogy Crash Course, taking place Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 8 pm Eastern, will be presented by local records expert J. Mark Lowe.
Among other things, he’ll help you sort out the state’s confusing land records. Land grants in this state-land state originated with colonial and other state governments, and the process of acquiring land was inconsistent before statehood. You still have time to save 20 percent on your registration for this webinar!
- Our Tennessee Genealogy Crash Course, scheduled for Feb. 23 at 8 pm Eastern, also will be presented by Lowe.
Look for him to share details on resources such as an 1891 enumeration of males over 21 that can help substitute, and why your early “North Carolina”-born ancestors might really have been born in Tennessee. Save 20 percent on registration for a limited time.