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My name is Elizabeth Snow or Liz for short. I have always loved Family History. I grew up in Ohio with wonderful parents and 7 brothers and sisters. I have 6 children, 13 grandchildren and a great husband who supports all my family history endeavors. My husband and I now live in Utah. We have spent several of our anniversaries and birthdays at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. I have traveled to England and Spain in search of ancestors. I thoroughly love archival research where you get to see the original documents.
- BA in Family History from Brigham Young University, 2011.
- Hispanic Countries
- Tracing LDS families
Classes I Have Taught
I love teaching about family history and helping others to find the connection that will spur them on to learning about and loving their own ancestors.
- A Four Week Class: How To Use PAF
- Church Vital Records
- Searching the Census on the Internet
- Spanish Parish Records
- Family History Activities for Youth
- Genealogy Merit Badge
- Family History Consultant- Magnifying Your Calling
- How to: Sign on to FamilySearch
- How to: Use the Pedigree Resource File
- Making a Sacred Book of Remembrance
- Searching LDS Membership Records Worldwide
- How to: Teach a Family History Sunday School Class
- Compiling and Sharing Family Histories
- Building Your 4- generation Pedigree Chart
- Beginning Family History - Gathering What's Already Been Done
- Preparing Names for Temple Submission
- Beyond PAF: Comparing Rootsmagic, Legacy and Ancestral Quest
- Computerized Reconstruction of a Spanish Village
- US State Censuses
- How to: Use the FamilySearch Research Wiki
- Using Rootsmagic 5
- Using Legacy 7.5
- 2004- Research at National Archives in England
- 2007- BYU Field Study - Spain
- 2009- BYU Field Study - England and Spain
- Currently working as a Genealogist
- Utah Wiki Project- enhancing the Utah county pages.
- Village Reconstruction Project- I am working on a Village Reconstruction project in Spain, in the small town of Garganta la Olla, the birth place of my great-grandfather Meliton Gonzalez Trejo. You can read about that project on my website sites.google.com/site/gargantalaollaspain/ The goal of this project is to reconstruct the 500+ families that lived there prior to the Parish records before 1600.
Organizations and Associations
- DUP- Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Camp Historian
- Mormon History Association
- Utah Genealogical Association
- Meliton Gonzalez Trejo Family Organization, President & Genealogist
- Emuel and Rozella Hancock Trejo Family Organization, Genealogist
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