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Pocatello FamilySearch Library November 2014 Classes

FamilySearch/FamilyTree Series
Friday, October 31, 11 am - Getting started - obtain an account, navigation, correcting info
Friday, November 7, 11 am - Searching records, using hints, sourcing
Friday, November 14, 11 am - Memories - adding photos, stories and documents
Friday, November 21, 11 am - Temple Ordinances


FamilyTree Open Class: Q & A – Melinda Campbell
Thursday, November 6, 13, 20, 12 pm


Find Your Cousins – Descendancy research to find names for the temple
Tuesday, November 18, 7 pm - Larry Christensen


'Priesthood and Family History Consultant Training: Charles Sudweeks instructor'
Tuesday, November 4, 7 pm – Understanding Your Calling, Start with Stories
Tuesday, November 11, 7 pm – Navigating the Tree
Tuesday, November 18, 7 pm – Learn to Use Records
Tuesday, November 25, 7 pm – Temple ordinances, finding people to help


Youth Family History Consultant Training: Cheryl Hebdon instructor
To be taken in sequence – oriented towards youth. Need LDS account user ID and password
Thursday, October 30, 7 pm – Understanding Your Calling, Start with Stories
Thursday, November 6, 7 pm – Navigating the Tree
Thursday, November 13, 7 pm – Learn to Use Records
Thursday, November 20, 7 pm – Temple ordinances, finding people to help


Scottish Research: Instructor: Evva Housley, professional genealogist
Wednesday, November 12, 7:00 pm Part 1
Wednesday, November 19, 7:00 pm Part 2


Using Ancestry.com – Karen Johnston
Wednesday, November 19, 1pm


Beginning Research: Blaine and Elaine Jones, instructors
Monday, November 3, 2 pm - Getting started - online sites, FHL Catalog, digitized records
Monday, November 10, 2 pm - Western states research, BYU/I site, Birth, Marriage & Death Records
Monday, November 17, 2 pm - Using Ancestry.com - US & British Isles, Find a Grave


Other Helpful Classes
Wednesday, November 12, 11 am – What’s New in FamilySearch and FamilyTree
Thursday, November 13, 10 am – Sourcing with Find a Grave and other sources – Roger Porter
Wednesday, November 19, 11 am - Scanning photos & documents on center scanners, upload to FamilySearch
Friday, November 7, 2 pm – FamilySearch WIKI – Jason Mendenhall
Tuesday, November 18, 7 pm – FamilySearch WIKI – Jason Mendenhall


Roots Magic Users Group – Tuesday, November 4, 6 pm
Ancestral Quest Users Group – Tuesday, November 11, 7 pm
PAF Users Group – Tuesday, November 25, 7 pm (this is a change)


One-On-One Help
Want help from a specialist? Call to be sure they are available. 232-9262

FamilySearch/FamilyTree:
Walk-ins are welcome anytime

Indexing:
Monday, 9-12 – Julie Nestor
Thursday, 5:30 - 9 pm – Mark Hopkins
Saturday, 9:30 - 5 pm – Mark Hopkins

Ancestry.com
Wednesday, 1:30 – 5 pm – Karen Johnston
Monday, 1:30 – 5 pm – Elaine Jones (Bristish Research)

Descendancy Research
Monday, 9:30 – 1 pm – Larry Christensen

Scanning Photos and Documents
Wednesday, 5:30 – 8 pm – Gaylen and Susan Binggeli
Thursday, 9:30 – 1 pm – Roger Porter

Find a Grave
Thursday, 9:30 – 1 pm – Roger Porter

Norwegian Research
Friday, 1:30 – 4:30 – Kathy Jo Merzlock


Oral History:

A Precious Gift

What better gift to give to your children, grandchildren, and your posterity than a video recording of your life history. The FamilySearch Library offers free video recording of your life history. You can also bring in your family pictures or small family heirlooms and they can be integrated into the recording.

Some individuals are using the recording as part of a special birthday celebration. What a great way to share your story with family and friends.

Contact the Pocatello FamilySearch Library to arrange for a video recording session.


If you have ideas or know of special needs for classes, please let us know.






 

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