Are you new to researching your Mexican ancestors? Have you been doing Mexico research for a while, but want to make sure you are getting the most out of your research efforts?
My friend and colleague Debbie Gurtler, AG®, is debuting a new webinar from FamilySearch that you won’t want to miss. Debbie is the Training Team Manager and a Latin American specialist with FamilySearch, working at the Family History Library. She is my go-to person whenever I need help with my own research.
Getting Started in Mexico? Why You Should Try Ancestry.com
- Date & Time: Saturday, 18 November 2017: 1:00 p.m. MDT
- Language: English
- Cost: Free
- Webinar Link: https://ldschurch1.adobeconnect.com/_a784618764/fhl-esp
- Archived Recording (added 20 November 2017):
The class will provide information about content, strategies and tips for researching ancestors from Mexico in key record collections available on Ancestry.com. It’s designed for beginners and intermediates.
If you will be in Salt Lake City that day, you have the option to attend this class in person at the Family History Library.
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2 thoughts on “New FamilySearch Webinar: “Getting Started in Mexico? Why You Should Try Ancestry.com” (Sat. 11/18)”
I am very interested in future webinars.
Thanks for visiting, Reba. I’ll continue to post about recommended webinars here.