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International Research Specialists are available to answer your research questions in person when you visit the Family History Library! You can find us on Floor B1 of the Family History Library. You can recognize us by our blue lanyards. We have excellent knowledge of European, Scandinavian, and Latin American family history resources and languages. We also have resources to assist you with Asian, African, and Polynesian family history. Our services are free but are limited to those who visit in person at the Family History Library. Follow the links to learn more about us.
|Debbie Gurtler, AG Accredited in research for Spain and the US Midsouth and specializes in Spanish/Hispanic research. International Team Leader.|
|Liv H. Anderson, CG, AG Accredited in Norwegian research.|
|Brandon Baird, AG, Accredited in Spanish research.|
|Arturo CuellarAG Accredited in Mexican research.|
| Naomi Dawn Davidson, BA Specializes in Scandinavian/German research.|
||Fritz Juengling, Ph.D., AGAccredited in German research.|
|Anka Haslam, AG Accredited in Norwegian Research.|
|Daniël R. Jones, MS, AG Accredited in Swiss Research. Specializes in German and Dutch research, with experience in French, Italian, Spanish/Hispanic, Czech, and Polish records.|
|Geoffrey Fröberg Morris, AG is accredited in Swedish and Danish research.|
|Sonja Ruth Hoeke-Nishimoto, AG Accredited in German, and Swiss research and also specializes in Polish and Dutch research.|
| Heidi G. Sugden, AG Accredited in French research.Specializes in Austria and Germany.|
||Heather Stewart, BA Specializes in Russian and Eastern European research|
|Careen Valentine, BA Specializes in German and Swiss research|
|Baerbel Johnson, AG is accredited in German research.|
|Tamra L. Stansfield, AG is accredited in German research. She is the Family History Library Manager.|
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