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'''Deborah Gurtler, BA''' , AG<br>I was born and raised in southern Arizona. My love for genealogy began as a teenager and I’ve been at it ever since. I picked up my Spanish language skills while living with my family in South America. I lived in Chile for 4 ½ years and in Peru for 9 months. I’ve been doing my own family history research for over 30 years. Before working at the Family History Library I worked as a contract researcher for several genealogical research firms as well as for my own clients.
  
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I was born and raised in southern Arizona. My love for genealogy began as a teenager and I’ve been at it ever since. I picked up my Spanish language skills while living with my family in South America. I lived in Chile for 4 ½ years and in Peru for 9 months. I’ve been doing my own family history research for over 30 years. Before working at the Family History Library I worked as a contract researcher for several genealogical research firms as well as for my own clients.
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=== Education  ===
 
=== Education  ===
  
Brigham Young University, B.A. Family History (2009)<br>
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*Brigham Young University, B.A. Family History (2009)<br>
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*[http://www.icapgen.org/icapgen/dgurtler Accredited genealogist] for the U. S. Mid-south region<br>
  
 
=== Experience  ===
 
=== Experience  ===
  
Internship at the New England Historic Genealogical Society (2007)  
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*Internship at the New England Historic Genealogical Society (2007)  
 
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*Family History Field Study in the Archives of Spain (2009)  
Family History Field Study in the Archives of Spain (2009)  
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*Genealogist for BYU TV’s “Generations Project”  
 
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*Worked with a team of genealogists on the ancestry of Tim McGraw for the NBC program “Who Do You Think You Are”  
Genealogist for BYU TV’s “Generations Project”  
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*Volunteer at Family History Centers in New Mexico and Chile  
 
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*Chairman of the Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011<br>
Worked with a team of genealogists on the ancestry of Tim McGraw for the NBC program “Who Do You Think You Are”  
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Volunteer at Family History Centers in New Mexico and Chile  
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Chairman of the Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011<br>
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=== Classes Taught  ===
 
=== Classes Taught  ===
  
“FamilySearch.org” taught in Spanish at the Family History Library  
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*“FamilySearch.org” taught in Spanish at the Family History Library  
 
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*“Registros Diocesanos” Hispanic Research Series, Family History Library, October 2011  
“Registros Diocesanos” Hispanic Research Series, Family History Library, October 2011  
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*“Is PAF All I Really Need” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011 and at the Utah Valley PAF User’s Group, 2011  
 
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*“Ye Olde Handwriting” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011  
“Is PAF All I Really Need” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011 and at the Utah Valley PAF User’s Group, 2011  
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*“Hey Grandpa, Tell Me A Story” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2010  
 
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*“Como Empezar Mi Historia Familiar” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2010<br>  
“Ye Olde Handwriting” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011  
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*[https://www.familysearch.org/learningcenter/lesson/familysearch-org-parte-1/639 FamilySearch.org part 1] in Spanish
 
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*[https://www.familysearch.org/learningcenter/lesson/familysearch-org-parte-2/640 FamilySearch.org part 2] in Spanish
“Hey Grandpa, Tell Me A Story” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2010  
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*[https://www.familysearch.org/learningcenter/lesson/familysearch-org-parte-3/650 FamilySearch.org part 3] in Spanish
 
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*[https://www.familysearch.org/learningcenter/lesson/crossing-the-frontera/681 Crossing the Frontera]
“Como Empezar Mi Historia Familiar” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2010<br>
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*Various Hispanic research beginner and methodology classes taught at conferences and in the&nbsp;Family History Library in Spanish and English.
  
 
=== Research Interests  ===
 
=== Research Interests  ===
  
Hispanic Genealogy  
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*Hispanic Genealogy  
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*Spanish Notarial Records
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*Southern U. S.
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*Portuguese Research<br>
  
• Spanish Notarial Records
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=== Languages  ===
  
• Southern U. S.
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*Spanish – I can speak, read, and write
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*Italian, French, Portuguese, Catalan, and Latin – I can read some of each
  
• Portuguese Research<br>
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=== Online Activity  ===
  
=== Languages  ===
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*[http://www.facebook.com/pages/Comunidad-de-Investigaci%C3%B3n-Geneal%C3%B3gica-en-Espa%C3%B1a/227145867354657 Comunidad de Investigación Genealógica en España] on Facebook
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*[http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hispanic-Genealogy-Research-Community/208047659290547 Hispanic Genealogy Research Community] on Facebook
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*[http://www.facebook.com/MexicoGenealogyResearch Mexico Genealogy Research Community] on Facebook
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*[[FamilySearch Communities: Administrator Community|Regional administrator of FamilySearch Facebook communities for South America and Spanish research worldwide]].<br>
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*[http://twitter.com/ @genealogynerd] Follow me on Twitter
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*[http://lagenealogista.blogspot.com/ La Genealogista] Blog in Spanish about genealogy research in Hispanic countries
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*[http://familyhistorybydebbie.blogspot.com/ Southern Family History] Blog about genealogy research in the Southern United States
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*[http://www.linkedin.com/pub/deborah-gurtler/23/68b/a69 LinkedIn]
  
• Spanish – I can speak, read, and write
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• Italian, French, Portuguese, and Latin – I can read some of each
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Revision as of 19:26, 15 December 2012

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Deborah Gurtler, BA , AG
I was born and raised in southern Arizona. My love for genealogy began as a teenager and I’ve been at it ever since. I picked up my Spanish language skills while living with my family in South America. I lived in Chile for 4 ½ years and in Peru for 9 months. I’ve been doing my own family history research for over 30 years. Before working at the Family History Library I worked as a contract researcher for several genealogical research firms as well as for my own clients.


en This user is a native speaker of English
es-3 This user is an advanced speaker of Spanish
United States flag.png This user lives in the United States.
Emblem-star.png This user has been awarded a Gold Star for Genealogy Research Community contributions.
FamilySearch Genealogy Research Community This user is an admin of the
Spain Genealogy Research Community.
FamilySearch Genealogy Research Community This user is an admin of the
Mexico Genealogy Research Community.

Contents

Education

Experience

  • Internship at the New England Historic Genealogical Society (2007)
  • Family History Field Study in the Archives of Spain (2009)
  • Genealogist for BYU TV’s “Generations Project”
  • Worked with a team of genealogists on the ancestry of Tim McGraw for the NBC program “Who Do You Think You Are”
  • Volunteer at Family History Centers in New Mexico and Chile
  • Chairman of the Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011

Classes Taught

  • “FamilySearch.org” taught in Spanish at the Family History Library
  • “Registros Diocesanos” Hispanic Research Series, Family History Library, October 2011
  • “Is PAF All I Really Need” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011 and at the Utah Valley PAF User’s Group, 2011
  • “Ye Olde Handwriting” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2011
  • “Hey Grandpa, Tell Me A Story” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2010
  • “Como Empezar Mi Historia Familiar” Orem Multi-Stake Family History Fair, 2010
  • FamilySearch.org part 1 in Spanish
  • FamilySearch.org part 2 in Spanish
  • FamilySearch.org part 3 in Spanish
  • Crossing the Frontera
  • Various Hispanic research beginner and methodology classes taught at conferences and in the Family History Library in Spanish and English.

Research Interests

  • Hispanic Genealogy
  • Spanish Notarial Records
  • Southern U. S.
  • Portuguese Research

Languages

  • Spanish – I can speak, read, and write
  • Italian, French, Portuguese, Catalan, and Latin – I can read some of each

Online Activity