Online Course: Verifying Your Mayflower Lineage

$ 85.00

Class recordings will be posted on March 12, 19, and 26 and accessible until June 30, 2020.

Due to popular demand, we have created this special "view-only" opportunity for you to participate in our online course, Verifying Your Mayflower Lineage. By enrolling in this course, you will be able to access all of the course materials (slides, handouts, etc.) and watch a recording of each class session. You will also be able to send in your questions by email to the moderator and/or instructors during the three-week course. You will NOT be able to attend the live sessions, however, you will not miss any of the content by participating this way. Upon completion of your order, you will receive a receipt of your payment and a separate email with information on how to access the course page and content. You will also receive an email each week notifying you once the materials and recording are available. You will have until the end of June 2020 to watch, download, or print the course materials.

About the course: 

Four hundred years ago, the Mayflower landed on the shores of Massachusetts with 102 passengers aboard. Today, there is an estimated 35 million Mayflower descendants worldwide. Join experts from New England Historic Genealogical Society and the General Society of Mayflower Descendants for a three-part online course on verifying your Mayflower lineage, creating a proof argument when vital records are hard to come by, and ultimately, applying for membership in the Mayflower Society.

Class #1 Verifying Your Mayflower Lineage, presented by Lindsay Fulton, Director of Research Services (NEHGS)

Class #2 Applying to the Mayflower Society, presented by Marti Bobertz, Director of Genealogy and Research Services (GSMD)

Class #3 Creating a Proof Argument, presented by Katrina Fahy, Senior Researcher (NEHGS)


NOTE: This copyrighted broadcast is the property of New England Historic Genealogical Society. Any rebroadcast or reproduction without the express written consent of NEHGS is strictly prohibited.