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My name is Barbara. I am a research consultant. My area of specialty is Germany and Schleswig-Holstein my preferred subject because I was born and raised there. I have lectured here and abroad and published (in English and German) how to do research in the court records of Saxony. Another favorite subject matter I have written and lectured about is the old German handwriting (Kurrentschrift). I am currently employed at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT. I love doing genealogy.
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Other things I enjoy are: reading, painting, sewing, playing with grandkids.
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'''<br>'''Barbara (Bärbel) has been employed by the Family History Library since January 2001. She is accredited and certified in German research with special interests in Schleswig-Holstein, Freistaat Sachsen and Germany at large. She was born and raised in Germany and later immigrated to the United States.
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=== '''Education<br>''' ===
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&nbsp;Paralegal, Technical College Kiel, Germany (1964)
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*&nbsp;Executive Secretary (1965)
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*&nbsp;German and International Studies, Brigham Young University, Utah (BA 1985)
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*&nbsp;German Studies and Philosophy, Birmingham University, Birmingham, England (MA 1989)
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*&nbsp;Interpreter Certification (1997)
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=== '''Credentials'''  ===
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*German Genealogical accreditation from BCG (2009)
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*German Genealogical accreditation from ICAPGen (2006)
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=== '''Genealogical Experience'''  ===
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*&nbsp;Lecturer for ICAPGen (2007)
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*&nbsp;Lecturer for Salt Lake Institute (2008)
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*&nbsp;Lecturer for 60. Genealogentag (2008)
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*&nbsp;Lecturer for FEEHFS (2010)
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*&nbsp;Ward Family History Consultant (present)
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=== '''Publications<br>''' ===
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*Master’s degree thesis (1989)
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*German Genealogical Digest, Colonization of Marshes and Heathlands in Jutland and Schleswig 1759-1765, 2004, Vol. 20 No. 2
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*German Genealogical Digest, Land Registers of the Lower Courts in the Kingdom of Saxony as a Family History Source, 2004, vol. 20 No. 4
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*Research in Schleswig-Holstein. Compilation of reference material at the International Counter of the Family History Library (2004)
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*The Court Records of Saxony, Practical Genealogy, (2006)
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*Zeitschrift für Mitteldeutsche Familiengeschichte, Ländliche Lebenswelten-Quellen jenseits der Kirchenbücher, Heft 1/2009.
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*German Handwriting. An interactive course, available through www.familysearch.org Research Series Classes online (2009)
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Barbara Bell.jpg  Barbara Bell AG, CG℠


Barbara (Bärbel) has been employed by the Family History Library since January 2001. She is accredited and certified in German research with special interests in Schleswig-Holstein, Freistaat Sachsen and Germany at large. She was born and raised in Germany and later immigrated to the United States.


Education

 Paralegal, Technical College Kiel, Germany (1964)

  •  Executive Secretary (1965)
  •  German and International Studies, Brigham Young University, Utah (BA 1985)
  •  German Studies and Philosophy, Birmingham University, Birmingham, England (MA 1989)
  •  Interpreter Certification (1997)


Credentials

  • German Genealogical accreditation from BCG (2009)
  • German Genealogical accreditation from ICAPGen (2006)


Genealogical Experience

  •  Lecturer for ICAPGen (2007)
  •  Lecturer for Salt Lake Institute (2008)
  •  Lecturer for 60. Genealogentag (2008)
  •  Lecturer for FEEHFS (2010)
  •  Ward Family History Consultant (present)


Publications

  • Master’s degree thesis (1989)
  • German Genealogical Digest, Colonization of Marshes and Heathlands in Jutland and Schleswig 1759-1765, 2004, Vol. 20 No. 2
  • German Genealogical Digest, Land Registers of the Lower Courts in the Kingdom of Saxony as a Family History Source, 2004, vol. 20 No. 4
  • Research in Schleswig-Holstein. Compilation of reference material at the International Counter of the Family History Library (2004)
  • The Court Records of Saxony, Practical Genealogy, (2006)
  • Zeitschrift für Mitteldeutsche Familiengeschichte, Ländliche Lebenswelten-Quellen jenseits der Kirchenbücher, Heft 1/2009.
  • German Handwriting. An interactive course, available through www.familysearch.org Research Series Classes online (2009)


 

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