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Researcher, author, and editor. She is the webmaster for FGS. Amy is currently pursuing a MLIS degree at Kent State University.
Staff from Ancestry.com.
Former NGS president, BCG trustee, IGHR course coordinator, and co-author of NGS Research in the States: Missouri.
A director of the International Society for British Genealogy and Family History (ISGBFH) with 30+ years genealogical experience
18 years of genealogical research experience, former ICAPGen commissioner, SLIG coordinator.
Records Specialist (family history) at the British National Archives, website editor, and contributor to Ancestors.
Serves on the Patron Services team of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is accredited in New England resea
Treasurer of FGS and Projects chair for California State Genealogical Alliance and SMCGS. She is well known as a speaker and res
Author of several articles in The New England Historical & Genealogical Register and New England Ancestors magazine.
Archivist at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. and specializes in federal records of genealogical interest.
Specializes in the records of the National Archives, especially those that relate to the military. IGHR and SLIG faculty member.
Senior Manager of Genealogy and Special Collections, Allen County Public Library, and a former NGS and FGS president.
Director of Education and Programs at NEHGS and a nationally recognized genealogical speaker, author, and researcher.
Has been working for FamilySearch as a senior product manager since 2004.
Senior Reference Consultant in U.S. Reference at the Family History Library. He is accredited in LDS Records and German research
Manages content strategy at FamilySearch and serves as UGA vice president and NGS director.
Chief Genealogical Officer for FamilySearch and a former president of FGS.
A past president of FGS, recently retired from the Family History Department of the LDS Church.
Lecturer and president of the African American Genealogical Society of Cleveland, Ohio.
Certified Genealogist, specializing in 20th century research and the Midwest.
Has been on the Missouri History Museum staff since 1989 and currently is an associate archivist at the Library and Research Cen
Genealogical Librarian at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
Project Coordinator for FamilySearch, the largest genealogical organization in the world.
National writer, speaker, teacher, researcher. APGQ columnist. FTU online course instructor. ISFHWE treasurer. GSG treasurer.
Is a retired college instructor, freelance writer, and professional genealogist.
Lifelong educator, history buff, international storyteller and children's author.
Co-host of the Genealogy Guys Podcast, author of Social Networking for Genealogists, and FGS director.
Manager on the FamilySearch Community Catalyst Team and also a Deputy to the FamilySearch Chief Genealogical Officer.
Pastor of the Carthage Primitive Baptist Church and the founder and director of the Primitive Baptist Library in Carthage, IL.
BCG Trustee, Professional course coordinator at IGHR, instructor for Boston University and SLIG
6th–11th September 2011