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Tuesday, December 6
Finding and Understanding NC Court Records  (Webinars)
6:30 pm
ONLINE - Via ZOOM
Courts have always dealt with crimes and disputes, but in the past they also handled much more routine items that can be of great interest to your genealogical research. These include many functions now performed by other government offices such as proving deeds, probate, petitions, taxes, appointment of local officials, licenses, bastardy, manumission – the list goes on. To complicate things, the type of courts and what areas they were responsible for has changed over time. This discussion will help you know what you can find along with how and where to find it. David McCorkle will provide this free online program, presented by Wake County Genealogical Society.
Virtual and free with registration. For details and registration go to wakecogen.org/


Wednesday, December 7
Pre-Revolutionary War Records  (Webinars)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online
The North Carolina Genealogical Society is delighted to present Craig Roberts Scott, CG®, FUGA "Pre-Revolutionary War Records". This live Webinar will be available to NCGS Members on Wednesday, 7 Dec 2022, at 7 pm ET.


Saturday, December 10
"Mapping Old Mecklenburg" Historic Mapping Congress  (Conferences)
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Hybrid - Charlotte Museum of History & Via Zoom
Join amateur and professional historians at the annual meeting of the Historic Mapping Congress. The Congress examines roads, fords, ferries, buildings and other historic sites from the Revolutionary Era. The program at 10:00 am presents topics of research about maps and mapping. The program at 1:00 pm examines a composite interactive map of historic sites in the area.    
This is a hybrid meeting with in-person programs at the Charlotte Museum of History that can be accessed through Zoom. You can register for the programs under Programs & Events at the website for the Charlotte Museum of History: https://charlottemuseum.org/  Further information about the Historic Mapping Congress is at: https://www.historicmappingcongress.org/
Free and Open to the Public


Saturday, December 10
Olde Meck Holiday Gathering  (Local Events)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Olde Meck Family Research Center
We hope you can join us to celebrate our first in-person holiday gathering since the pandemic! We will gather at the Olde Meck Family Research Center for socializing, goodies, and a chance to 'shop' our used book sale for great deals!


Wednesday, December 14
December Meeting - Holiday Recap  (Monthly Meeting)
7:30 pm
TBA
Join us to celebrate the holidays and another successful year for Olde Meck. We will review the society's accomplishments, install new officers, present awards, and more!



Thursday, January 5, 2023
Genealogy Discussion Group  (Charlotte's 250th Anniversary)
11:00 am
Hybrid
A free program, presented by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
Do you have a family mystery to solve or a favorite relative you would like to learn more about? Do you love talking and collaborating with others about your research and progress? Join the Matthews Genealogy Discussion Group to talk about all things genealogy!

This program will be provided by a volunteer and Matthews library staff. It will take place indoors at the Matthews Library. Indoor programs operate at a reduced attendance capacity (total 20) and will include social distancing based on the library space.

Virtual Join Option: This group meets in person, but you are welcome to join via Zoom. Once you register, both the in-person and Zoom join instructions will be shared with you. Please reach out to the program coordinator if you have any questions ahead of the program.
Details and registration at
https://cmlibrary.bibliocommons.com/events/62b34410d2263e300034d6a5


Monday, January 9, 2023
Genealogy Series: Deeds & Land Records  (Charlotte's 250th Anniversary)
7:00 pm
Hybrid
Learn how to determine where to search for land records depending on the time frame of the transaction.
This is a free hybrid event at the Headquarters Library 151 South Church Street Spartanburg, South Carolina. You can attend in-person at the Headquarters Library, or you can participate virtually via Zoom. To attend virtually, please use the link below to register for this program:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing additional information about joining the meeting.
Details of this and more events from Spartanburg County Public Libraries at
www.spartanburglibraries.org



Friday, February 3, 2023 through Sunday, February 5, 2023
A Salisbury Diary: Extracting Evidence for Context and Content  (Webinars)
Online
The North Carolina Genealogical Society is delighted to present Jill Morelli, CG® "A Salisbury Diary: Extracting Evidence for Context and Content". This recorded Webinar will be freely available to the public from midnight Thursday night through midnight Sunday night (ET), 3-5 Feb 2023.



Thursday, March 2, 2023 through Saturday, March 4, 2023
Roots Tech 2023  (Conferences)
Salt Lake City, Utah and Virtual
RootsTech, the world’s largest family history gathering, is back in 2023 with an in-person event in Salt Lake City to complement its massive online conference. Mark your calendars for March 2–4, 2023, to join millions of virtual and in-person attendees for inspiring keynote addresses, instructive classes, innovative technologies, and most of all, the ability to connect people to their family—past, present, and future. Go to familysearch.org for more information.



Wednesday, May 31, 2023 through Saturday, June 3, 2023
NGS 2023 Family History Conference, Richmond  (Conferences)
Richmond, Virginia
The upcoming NGS 2023 Family History Conference, Virginia: The Deep Roots of a Nation, will be held in Richmond, Virginia, 31 May–3 June 2023, and On-Demand July through December 2023. Attendees will have an opportunity to choose from new lectures for family history researchers at all levels by the nation’s premier genealogical speakers.