Kathy   Burrow

With 40 years genealogy experience having served as Director and Training Director of the Oakhurst Family History Center. She is a well known speaker throughout the Central Valley and offers genealogy classes in the Fresno Area, serves as a volunteer field genealogist with the DAR and writes a genealogical blog.

Schedule

June 28, 2013
3:50 pm : Fishing on the Internet

(Beginner) Its fun to go fishing especially when you can set at home and do it in the comfort of your pajamas and slippers. This class will takena look at some of the top genealogical websites of 2012. We will discuss the good, the bad, what they offer, how much they cost,nand how to keep a log of where you went fishing at for further expeditions. Login First

 
7:20 pm : Fold3

(Beginner) We all want those elusive military records. Fold3 is just the place to go. This class will discuss how to access and use Fold 3 to its fullest potential. We will look at all the features of this wonderful database and learn how to use it to the max. Login First

June 29, 2013
11:20 am : Rootsweb: The Good and the Bad

(Beginner) Rootsweb is a wonderful free website that can lead the researcher to many other online sources. Looking through this website is sometimes like treasure hunting. You never know what gold nugget you might find that will aid innyour research. Login First

 
2:50 pm : When All Else Fails Look at the Land Records

(Beginner) How to use Land records in your research. Many people do not understand the importance of Land Deeds in their research.n This class will discuss the importance of Land Records how to read them and where to find them, and how they can help when all thenother records may have failed. Login First