“Attacking Brick Walls”
Categories: FRT , IR
Everyone encounters problems of going beyond certain points on some of their ancestral lines and these have come to called “brick walls”. This presentation will show us some ideas of how to attack these problems and what can be done to get through them.
Born in Rhode Island, Claire has lived in a variety of locations throughout the world with Missouri currently being her home. After raising a large family, she returned to education and completed her BS, MLIS and two AGs to further her career as an academic educator and an in depth genealogical researcher. Besides running Timeless Genealogies, she is a Professor for the Family History program at BYU-Idaho and provides technical support for the award winning family tree software, Ancestral Quest. She lectures at various conferences throughout the world and has done webinars and hang-outs that are available online. She devotes much of her time in a multiplicity of avenues in genealogy, family history, forensics, librarianship, and education, while staying on top of the latest advances in each field. Her Timeless Genealogies page is https://www.timelessgen.com/Resources.html and her ICAPGen page is https://www.apgen.org/directory/search_detail.html?mbr_id=2740 .
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This presentation is part of a set of over 400 presentations on genealogy and family history produced by “UVTAGG: The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group”.
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