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Legacy Family Tree Workshop

We’re now accepting registrations for our fall workshop on Using “Legacy Family Tree” Software, taking place on Saturday 20 September at the North York Central Library Auditorium.

Image of Legacy Family Tree software bundleIf you use Legacy Family Tree in your family history research – whether you’re a seasoned user or just starting out – you won’t want to miss this full day of practical learning!

Instructor Geoff Rasmussen, host of the Legacy Family Tree webinar series and author of the author of Legacy Family Tree, Unlocked!, will review basic techniques for using Legacy to organize and record your research, highlight what’s new in version 8, and explain how the software can help you make the best use of LDS FamilySearch.

Visit our Workshops page to find out more and to register on-line. Spaces are limited, so sign up early to ensure a spot.

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Toronto Branch Meetings

Jun
27
Mon
7:30 pm The Search for Alban Leaf
The Search for Alban Leaf
Jun 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
The Search for Alban Leaf @ Eglinton St George's United Church | Toronto | Ontario | Canada
Speaker: Jane MacNamara: The Search for Alban Leaf This presentation demonstrates the use of many English record types—in a period well before census and civil registration. The search for the subject of this case history, Londoner Alban Leaf (1681-1756),[...]
Sep
26
Mon
7:30 pm I’m not a Jones, but what am I?
I’m not a Jones, but what am I?
Sep 26 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Speaker: Paul Jones I‘m not a Jones, but what am I? The story of researching two successive generations of patrilineal illegitimacy to identify the hitherto unknown fathers and my “true” surname. This account involves a 25-year[...]

Other Events

Aug
3
Wed
7:30 pm Toronto History Lecture
Toronto History Lecture
Aug 3 @ 7:30 pm
Toronto History Lecture @ City of Toronto Archives | Toronto | Ontario | Canada
JOIN US FOR THE 6TH ANNUAL TORONTO HISTORY LECTURE. The Chinese in Toronto: The way we were… Speaker: Arlene Chan The arrival of Chinese and the development of Chinatown in Toronto owe their modest beginnings[...]

Did you know?

That Toronto Branch OGS has more than 600 members? That members get a discount on publications, and course and workshop registration fees? And that Toronto Branch belongs to the Federation of Genealogical Societies, which means our members can also subscribe to findmypast.com at special rates?