Twitter Chats

As the official blogger for the #ANZAncestryTime Tuesday evening twitter chat, I thought it would be easier to have them all linked on one page to save readers having to search through my other posts as well.

6 October 2020 – Topic: Researching Ancestors

13 October 2020 – Topic:  Brickwalls

20 October 2020 – Topic:  Cemeteries

27 October 2020 – Topic: Sharing your family history

3 November 2020 – Topic: Using newspapers for genealogy

10 November 2020 – Topic: Military – for Remembrance Day

17 November 2020 – Topic: Occupations

24 November 2020 – Topic: Food

1 December 2020 – Topic: Family History Societies

8 December 2020 – Topic: Migration across the seas

15 December 2020 – Topic: Organizing your family history

22 December 2020 – Topic: Christmas traditions

2021 begins with new topics

12 January – Topic: School years

19 January –  Topic: Researching online

26 January – Topic: Why family history?

2 February – Topic: Genealogy books

9 February – Topic: Women and work

16 February – Topic: FANs in genealogy

23 February – Topic: Conferences and seminars

2 March – Topic: Roots Tech

9 March – Topic: DNA for family history

16 March – Topic: Irish researching

23 March – Topic: Citing your sources

30 March – Topic: Social Media

6 April – Topic: Family tree software and online tree services

13 April – Topic: England

20 April – Topic: Local and family history

27 April – Topic: Genealogy giants

4 May :no summary as was a general get to know you and your research interests

11 May – Topic: Surnames and naming patterns

18 May – Topic: German ancestors

25 May – Topic: Cousin collaboration

1 June – Topic: Apps for family history

8 June – Topic: Family Heirlooms

15 June – Topic: Birth, death and marriages

22 June – Topic: Griffiths Valuations Ireland

29 June – Topic: One place studies OPS

6 July – Topic: Advice for beginners

13 July – Topic: Wills and probate

20 July – Topic: Blogging your family history

27 July – Topic: Church, Parish and other Religious records

3 Aug – Topic: Crowd sourcing and Family history month

10 Aug – Topic: Starting Aussie research

17 Aug – Topic: Starting NZ research

24 Aug – Topic: Filling the gaps in your research

31 Aug – Topic: What will happen to my research?

7 September – Topic: Using the census

14 September – Topic: Scotland including Scotland’s People

21 September – Topic: Google Earth

28 September – Topic: Research goals