I have attended several RootsTech, and the RootsTech App has allowed us to find relatives among attendees. RootsTech Virtual 2021 doesn’t use the RootsTech App, but you could download the app Fa…
Welcome to Study Genealogy!
We understand your requirement and provide quality works.
Study Genealogy are focused on education within genealogy. We offer webinars and speeches.
Liv Marit Haakenstad has a Master in non-fiction writing, and could offer articles and books.
We have for a long time been assisting lawyers and companies with heir research.
Study Genealogy offers research and advice on Norwegian genealogy to genealogists.
Liv Marit Haakenstad is an Accredited Genealogist® (AG®) from the International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists (ICAPGen). She has written several books on Norwegian genealogy and emigration and has written dozens of articles on computers & genealogy, Norwegian emigration, genealogy, and genealogy technology. Haakenstad owns the company Genit AS. More information.
Speeches & Webinars
How to start Norwegian Genealogy research. Where to find basic sources, and how to combine the sources.
Learn more about Norwegian Genealogy research. Where to find additional sources, and what they contain.
How to search the Norwegian Digital Archive? How to find the information you are searching for? 1-6 hours available.
From Europe, many million people emigrated via Liverpool and other ports in UK. Learn about routes and sources to trace the emigrants.
The Emigrant Ships was mainly owned by a shipping company, and they had a big network. You could use the information about them to trace your ancestor.
How to make mini-biographies about your relatives. Learn how to extract facts from a person’s timeline and turn it into a good story.
From the Store/Upcoming Webinars
The new Digital Archive has not completed putting all the new features in place yet, one of the most cumbersome is perhaps the lack of ability to scroll forward and back in the emigrant lists. There i…
In the US, you might find a county history book from the area where your ancestors settled. Ancestral Findings have a podcast about the topic. And on their website, they say: County history book…