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Tuesday, July 5
The Madness of ‘Mc’ Surnames, with Carol Baxter  (Webinars)
10:00 pm
ONLINE - Via ZOOM
If you have already worked out that ‘Mc’ and ‘Mac’ surnames are the most complicated British surnames, you must listen to this webinar. And if you haven’t already worked this out, you must absolutely listen to this webinar. ‘Mc’ surnames are double the trouble because they can suffer distortions at the beginning, middle and end of the ‘Mc’ prefix as well as at the beginning, middle and end of the rest of the surname, the root word. Sound glides are a particular problem, in which the ‘k’ sound at the end of the ‘Mc’ prefix distorts the first letter of the root word (e.g. McCue/McKew/McHugh, McLachlan/McGloughlan). Transcription errors can also produce a non-‘Mc’ surname (e.g. Mackever/Markever) which can prove a trap for the unwary.
 
Presented by Legacy Family Tree Webinars, this free seminar will help you keep you sane when you encounter the complexities of these mad Scottish-origin surnames.


Wednesday, July 13
July Meeting - Native Americans of North Carolina  (Monthly Meeting)
7:30 pm
ONLINE - Via ZOOM
Aminah Ghaffar will speak about Native Americans in North Carolina, including the blood quantum system and how Jim Crow laws impact people of Afro-indigenous descent. She will also explain Tribal Nation enrollment.


Tuesday, July 19
Tracing Your Roots  (Webinars)
12:00 pm
ONLINE - Via ZOOM
Need help tracing your family history?
Learn how to get started
Get tips on organizing your research
Learn how to create a family tree
Discover valuable information in census records, birth certificates, death certificates and more. Come get started today!
This program is presented by a Charlotte Mecklenburg library staff person.
Space is limited.
Details and registration link at
http://cmlibrary.bibliocommons.com/events/62b213ea56762029001d2f61



Friday, August 5 through Sunday, August 7
Infrastructure Records of North Carolina and Their Use In Genealogical Research  (Conferences)
Online
Friday, August 5 - Sunday, August 7
The North Carolina Genealogical Society is delighted to present Stewart Dunaway, "Infrastructure Records of North Carolina and Their Use In Genealogical Research". This recorded Webinar will be freely available to the public from midnight Thursday night through midnight Sunday night (ET), 5-7 Aug 2022.


Wednesday, August 10
Finding Your Roots Using Ancestry.com Library Edition  (Webinars)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
ONLINE - Via ZOOM
Learn how to get started using the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's free access to Ancestry.com and a multitude of online resources. Dive into census records and many other public documents to find your family.
 
Details and registration at:


Wednesday, August 10
August Meeting - Digitizing Family Keepsakes  (Monthly Meeting)
7:30 pm
ONLINE - Via ZOOM
Kimberly Melton, owner of Visual Story Media, will share her ideas for digitizing your family keepsakes to preserve them for future generations.
 


Thursday, August 18
Discover Your Roots: Advanced Genealogy  (Local Events)
11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library North County Regional Library 16500 Holly Crest Lane Huntersville NC 2
Having trouble finding that elusive relative? Join Librarian, Shelia Bumgarner with the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room as she attempts to assist you and a small number of fellow researchers to attempt to find that ancestor. Together, you and the group will assist and learn from one another. Class size is small to ensure that each participant receives personal assistance. This workshop is an In-Person event presented by the North County Regional Library branch of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
Details and registration (Opens July 18) at
cmlibrary.bibliocommons.com/events/62977dd30685eb4200c18841



Wednesday, September 7
African-American and Native American Research  (Webinars)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online
Live Webinar with Angela Walton-Raji, presented by the North Carolina Genealogical Society.

On the topic: African-American and Native American Research Full details and registration coming soon!