We are putting our research skills to the test for this interactive webinar about The Case of the Jilted Jealous Boyfriend. A young married couple were attacked on their honeymoon by the bride's boyfriend, Billy Bennett, who had been jilted, and was insanely jealous. Our panelists will be joining us to discuss the case and help us find some answers about the people involved in this 1917 murder that took place near Ottawa, Ontario.
Scottish born and Canadian raised, Christine Woodcock is a genealogy educator. Being a Scottish emigrant, she is fascinated by the stories of other emigrant groups who left their homeland for opportunities in Canada. Her interest is in helping their descendants understand more about their immigrant ancestors and the lives they lived.
Peggy Homans Chapman, B.Ed., MLIS, PLCGS has been an amateur genealogist, now professional, for over twenty years. She operates Atlantic Ancestors and is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) and many genealogical societies. Peggy particularly enjoys the education aspect of genealogy, both informal and formal and has presented on topics ranging from genetic genealogy to Canadian immigration.
Lianne Kruger is a professional genealogist and speaker specializing in Canada, homesteading for U.S. and Canada, video recording family history, and using technology in all aspects of genealogy such as Evernote, Google Maps, and Social Media. She is a member of the board and communication director for mitoYDNA.org. She is on the Ancestry.ca advisory board and is the webmaster, database and social media chair for Alberta Genealogical Society (AGS).
Upon registering for the webinar you will receive a confirmation email which will contain the link to access and download the case file and research questions.
The webinar will live on Tuesday, 6 April 2021 at:
7:00 pm Eastern (Toronto, Canada)
6:00 pm Central (Winnipeg, Canada)
5:00 pm Mountain (Calgary, Canada)
4:00 pm Pacific (Vancouver, Canada)
which is 12 midnight, April 7 in London, UK, and 9:00 am, April 7 in Sydney.
Are you stuck? Can't seem to get past that brick wall in your family history?
This week's webinar is going to help you with that.
Kathryn will be discussing different strategies to help you look at your family history research in a different way, and give you some ideas on how to tackle that challenging research problem that might lead to you to finally making a breakthrough in your genealogy. Of course, the problems and records discussed will focus on Canadian family history.
Date: Thursday January 12
Time: 7:00 pm ET | 4:00 pm PT | Midnight UTC
How to Access:Sign up for our newsletter and the webinar registration info will be sent to you.
We are in the midst of another 28-day COVID-19 lockdown. It's raining and gray outside. It's so gloomy I had to turn the light back on in the living room this morning so I could see. Talk about bleak mid-winter and we're not even mid-winter yet!
This is why I wanted to have a New Year's Eve Research-a-thon.
New Year's Eve Research-a-thon
This is different than our regular webinars. You can register for some or all of the research-a-thon sessions. The research-a-thon will be in four parts starting at 12:00 noon ET | 9:00 am PT. The research-a-thon ends 12 hours later. Each session will be shorter than our regular webinars. We will be focusing on fun and family history. It's a great way to spend New Year's Eve Day.
In Part 2 we'll update our research progress and talk about ways to keep track of our research. Click here to register.
Part 3 we update our research progress. Also, Christine Woodcock will be sharing about the New Year's Eve tradition of Hogmanay. Click here to register.
Part 4 we celebrate our research accomplishments, share some New Year's Eve traditions thought to bring good luck for the forthcoming year, and of course, ring in the New Year with a toast! Click here to register.
**double-check the date and correct time for your time zone upon registration**