Category Archives: Resources

You use WHAT for genealogy?

I recently attended a great webinar given by Thomas MacEntee through Legacy Family Tree Webinars. For those of you who haven’t heard of Thomas MacEntee, he is a tech wizard and “genealogy ninja” who keeps abreast of the newest technologies … Continue reading

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Legacy 8

I have been a user of the Legacy Family Tree program for several years, and was intrigued to hear that a new major release is forthcoming. The folks at Legacy began giving previews of the improvements on the Legacy blog … Continue reading

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Get your genealogy discussion fix online

I am just beginning to realize just how many online genealogy resources there are, extending far beyond just databases and cemetery indices. For those of you who would like more frequent contact with the genealogy world than the monthly AFHS … Continue reading

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The AFHS Projects Committee needs transcribers!

Transcribers needed. Help the Projects Committee record newspaper births, marriages and deaths (BMD) announcements. Work from home! Do as little or as much as you’d like (every little bit helps). Have fun adding to the Alberta Family Histories Society’s databases. … Continue reading

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Resources for Irish Research

Recently, renowned Alberta genealogist Lyn Meehan gave a talk at one of our general meetings. The topic was Irish Resources and it turns out we have ALL the books she recommends in our own AFHS library! Irish Genealogy: A record … Continue reading

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