SM Adult Ed-
Classes

These courses consist of 3 sessions, for a total of 26 meetings covering genealogy, related records, and history from places worldwide. Detailed notes on the topics listed below are provided. During class, students can work on their own genealogy and/or specific ancestors with individual help from the teacher. All students are strongly urged to attend a 90-minute one-on-one consult at the Menlo Park Family History Center, with its specialized genealogical library and computers

Inge Harding-Barlow has taught International genealogy for over 25 years, is Senior Genealogist at MPFHC, and regularly visits Archives overseas. 

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Winter Class Session 1
January 5 - February 24th
Thursdays 12:30 – 2:30 PM
Cost: $100, 8 classes

  1. Jan 6 US Census and Substitutes

  2. Jan 13 US Settlements Pre-1800

  3. Jan 20 US Settlements Post-1800

  4. Jan 27  English Manor English Manor and Manor Court Records

  5. Feb 3  English Church Records over & above BMD

  6. Feb 10 English Wills of Several Types

  7. Feb 17 English Court Records

  8. Feb 24 Some Canadian Records

Spring Class Session 2
March 3 - April 21
Thursdays 12:30 – 2:30 PM
Cost: $100, 8 classes

  1. Mar 3 Holy Roman Empire

  2. Mar 10  Spain

  3. Mar 17 Spanish Empire

  4. Mar 24 Portugal

  5. Mar 31 Portuguese Empire

  6. April 7 Holland and its Empire

  7. April 15 France and its Empire

  8. April 21 Napoleon

Summer Class Session 3
May 5 - July 7th
Thursdays 12:30 – 2:30 PM
Cost: $120, 10 classes
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  1. May 5  Denmark, Sweden & Norway

  2. May 12  Germany, Growth and Empire

  3. May19 Empire of Austria and Hungary

  4. May 26  Austria and Hungary splitting into several Nations

  5. Jun 2 Poland

  6. Jun 9 Baltic Nations

  7. Jun 16 Russia, History and Records

  8. Jun 23 Some Jewish Migrations

  9. Jun 30 Balkans

  10. Jul 7 Italy and Sicily