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Liv was born in Kristiansund, Norway, and had her first encounter with genealogy at the Trondheim Archive at age 12.<br>
 
Liv was born in Kristiansund, Norway, and had her first encounter with genealogy at the Trondheim Archive at age 12.<br>
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Liv has worked for the Church in Family History for a total of 30 years. At first 5 years in the Evaluation Department, processing Individual entry sheets, and marriage entry sheets for temple work. She worked 11 years in the Cataloging Department, and since November of 1995 as a Scandinavian Research Consultant.  
 
Liv has worked for the Church in Family History for a total of 30 years. At first 5 years in the Evaluation Department, processing Individual entry sheets, and marriage entry sheets for temple work. She worked 11 years in the Cataloging Department, and since November of 1995 as a Scandinavian Research Consultant.  
  
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=== Education  ===
  
=== Education ===
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Business College, Norway (1966)  
 
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Business College, Norway (1966)
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Language Studies:  
 
Language Studies:  
  
*Swedish, BYU IRexburg, Idaho
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*Swedish, BYU IRexburg, Idaho  
 
*Norwegian, BYU Provo, Utah
 
*Norwegian, BYU Provo, Utah
  
 
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=== <br>Credentials ===
 
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=== Credentials ===
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Certifed Genealogist  
 
Certifed Genealogist  
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*Board of Certified Genealogists, Washington, DC
 
*Board of Certified Genealogists, Washington, DC
  
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=== Genealogical Experience  ===
  
=== Genealogical Experience ===
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Taught the following classes:
  
Taught the following classes:
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*Salt Lake Institute  
 
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*Norwegian Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)  
*Salt Lake Institute
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*Danish Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)  
*Norwegian Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)
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*Finnish Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)  
*Danish Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)
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*Norweigan Vital Records, Probate Records and Gothic Script at the Idaho Falls Conference  
*Finnish Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)
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*Norweigan Vital, Court, Probate and Emigration in Salem, Oregon  
*Norweigan Vital Records, Probate Records and Gothic Script at the Idaho Falls Conference
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*Scandinavian Research&nbsp;in Bismark, ND (2008)  
*Norweigan Vital, Court, Probate and Emigration in Salem, Oregon
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*Norwegian Research in Bismark, ND (2008)  
*Scandinavian Research&nbsp;in Bismark, ND (2008)
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*Norwegian Research in Bismark, ND (2008)
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*Norwegian Series two times each year at FHL (1996 to present)
 
*Norwegian Series two times each year at FHL (1996 to present)
  
 
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Have done a number of&nbsp;Case Studies for Sweden, Finland and Norway in Salem, Oregon
 
Have done a number of&nbsp;Case Studies for Sweden, Finland and Norway in Salem, Oregon

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Liv H. Anderson, CG 

Liv was born in Kristiansund, Norway, and had her first encounter with genealogy at the Trondheim Archive at age 12.

Liv has worked for the Church in Family History for a total of 30 years. At first 5 years in the Evaluation Department, processing Individual entry sheets, and marriage entry sheets for temple work. She worked 11 years in the Cataloging Department, and since November of 1995 as a Scandinavian Research Consultant.


Education

Business College, Norway (1966)

Language Studies:

  • Swedish, BYU IRexburg, Idaho
  • Norwegian, BYU Provo, Utah


Credentials

Certifed Genealogist

  • Board of Certified Genealogists, Washington, DC


Genealogical Experience

Taught the following classes:

  • Salt Lake Institute
  • Norwegian Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)
  • Danish Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)
  • Finnish Genealogy at NGS, Wisconsin (2002)
  • Norweigan Vital Records, Probate Records and Gothic Script at the Idaho Falls Conference
  • Norweigan Vital, Court, Probate and Emigration in Salem, Oregon
  • Scandinavian Research in Bismark, ND (2008)
  • Norwegian Research in Bismark, ND (2008)
  • Norwegian Series two times each year at FHL (1996 to present)


Have done a number of Case Studies for Sweden, Finland and Norway in Salem, Oregon