Thank you for registering for the 2024 online Family History Conference webinars.

When the recordings of all of the webinars are ready for viewing, they will be posted here.

The recording links will expire on Friday, 2 August 2024 so you need to be sure to watch within that time frame.

Please note the following:

    • Recording, whether audio or video, is prohibited except by the St. Louis Genealogical Society with permission from each speaker.
    • ALL slides and handout material are covered by copyright law. You may download and/or print a copy of each syllabus for your own personal use, but no portion of any material may be photographed, duplicated, or used in any way without permission from the speaker.

All of the webinars livestream on Saturday, 4 May 2024. In-person attendees at the Maryland Heights Community Center will receive a paper syllabus.

The PDF of the syllabus for the entire day for all registrants is here.

Some of the David Rencher’s recordings had technical problems at the very beginning but the entire presentation was successfully recorded.

 

1) What’s New at FamilySearch and the FamilySearch Library by David Rencher, featured speaker

    • Access the video here.
    • Password is  UW16f@M0

2) Library Renewed: History and Genealogy at the Clark Family Branch by Brent Trout

    • Access the video here.

3) Using the FamilySearch Catalog and the FamilySearch Library Catalog by David Rencher, featured speaker

    • Access the video here.
    • Password is  UW16f@M0

4) Researching Family and Local History in the State Historical Society of Missouri’s Digital Collections by Heather Richmond

    • Access the video here.

5) Worldwide Record Gathering at FamilySearch by David Rencher, featured speaker.

    • Access the video here.
    • Password is  UW16f@M0

6) Use the News: Research with the Missouri Digital Newspaper Project by Katelyn “Katie” Ziegler

    • Access the video here.

7) Using Irish Internet Resources by David Rencher, featured speaker

    • Access the video here.
    • Password is  UW16f@M0

8) Hidden Treasures on the St. Louis Genealogical Society Website by Jim Ross

        • Access the video here.