Webinars

 

 

Hobson Building

Hobson Building

1st Street

1st Street & Lesueur

Main Main & Lesueur (2020)

Webcasts

These webcasts were presented at the Mesa FamilySearch Library to a live audience and recorded here by guest speakers and church service missionaries to assist you in knowing how to research your family surname and ancestors.  Click to enjoy.

This Mesa Arizona FamilySearch Library is open until 6 pm Thursday, September 13, 2018.  Click here for their website for information during construction.

Afro American Family Research

Joyce Reese McCollum

Afro American Family Research
Finding Your Ancestors in French Canadian Quebec

Chuck Filteau

Finding Your Ancestors in French Canadian Quebec
Basic Danish Research 101

Ruth Skousen

Basic Danish Research 101
Finding Your Ancestors in Germany

Barbara Holms

Finding Your Ancestors in Germany
Irish Research

Val Sullivan

Irish Research
Mexican Research

Maria Pilar de Felix

Mexican Research
German Research - Part 1

Steve Packer

German Research – Part 1
German Research - Part 2

Steve Packer

German Research – Part 2
Scottish Research

Dale Foote

Scottish Research
Southwestern Native American Research

Emerson Mose

Southwestern Native American Research
The King's Daughters

Bill Kane

The King’s Daughters
The Fantastic Four Ancestry.com FamilySearch.org Findagrave.com Google.com

Shirley Nance

The Fantastic Four Ancestry.com FamilySearch.org Findagrave.com Google.com
Emily Barber
Learn about Jewish Mythology or Reality.

The Jewish Connection – Mythology or Reality

Emily Barber
Learn about Jewish Mythology or Reality.
Knowing Your History Helps you find your Ancestors thru Census Records, 10 Worst Diseases, America's Wars, Major Weather Storms, Migration West

Gary Foster

Knowing Your History Helps you find your Ancestors thru Census Records, 10 Worst Diseases, America’s Wars, Major Weather Storms, Migration West
Using Land and Probate Records in Family History Research

Laurie Bradshaw

Using Land and Probate Records in Family History Research
Using Maps in Family Research

James Taylor

Using Maps in Family Research
Writing about Family History

Dr. Duane Roen, Arizona State University

Writing about Family History
British Research

JoAn Rowley

British Research