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FHDU 2022 Discovery

BOOK FHDU 2022 DISCOVERY

FHDU 2022 Discovery is a low-cost way to enjoy a number of the benefits Family History Down Under 2022 has to offer, at a fraction of the cost of a full in-person or virtual package. For just AU$45 you get the following.

  • ‍Special offers from exhibitors & sponsors - saving you big $$$
  • Recorded presentations - see below

Special offers

SAVE BIG with special offers from many of our exhibitors and sponsors, some of them more than the AU$45 cost. Access to the offers will be available from early December 2022 through to the end of the virtual conference (28 February 2023).

Sponsored recordings

View 10 presentations from our sponsors until 28 February 2023

  • A step back in time with Auntie Kate: Sticklepath one-place study — Helen Shields (Society for One-Place Studies)
  • Advanced DNA tools to analyze MyHeritage DNA matches - Daniel Horowitz (MyHeritage)
  • British Army detective 1850-1920 - Paul Nixon (Findmypast)
  • Chromosome Mapping - Jonny Perl (DNA Painter)
  • DNA FAQ: real frequently asked questions — Janine Cloud (Family Tree DNA)
  • Four Ways DNA Painter can help with your family history research - Jonny Perl (DNA Painter)
  • Introduction to Wikitree: the free family website — Veronica Williams (WikiTree)
  • MyHeritage unique technologies for researching your family - Daniel Horowitz (MyHeritage)
  • Taking your genealogical studies further — Tahitia McCabe (University of Strathclyde)
  • Tell me about one-place studies — Helen Shields (Society for One-Place Studies)

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Learn family history at FHDU 2022

Join hundreds of other genealogists at this world-class event and take your research further.