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Mark was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and has been a professional genealogist since November, 1982. Most of this time has been in the Family History Library assisting individuals locate their ancestors. His love for Genealogy came from his Father who instilled in him at a young age the importance of Genealogical Research. His trips to The British Isles in 1974 and 1976 gave him a sense of the how important History is to the British. Research Trips to the British Isles in 1986, 2008, 2011, 2012 and Australia & New Zealand in 1990 were a very helpful experience. He is currently a staff member of the British Reference/Research Unit since June, 2000 at the Family History Library. He has a great understanding of the British Isles Collection housed in the Family History Library and also online genealogical records.
Accredited in English Research 2001-Present ICAPGEN, Salt Lake City, Utah
Research Consultant, British Research Unit, The Family History Library: 2000-present
Family History Library Professional Record Researcher 1982-Present
British Collection (Reviewing and obtaining records for British Unit 2004-Present
Research trips to England and Scotland 1986, 2008, London and Wales 2011 and England and Ireland 2012.
Son of David E. Gardner, AG, FSG Author, Lecturer and Director in Genealogical field 1935-2007.
Was tutored by David E. Gardner 1982-2000.
Family History Library: England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales Research Series and Monthly Classes
Professional Genealogist 1982-present.
Research in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Canada, U.S.A., Australia and New Zealand
Contributor to Family Search Wiki 2009-Present
Genealogical Records Specialist of reading and understanding records and how to connect families.
Member of The Society of Genealogists, London, England
Member of ICAPGen, Salt Lake City, Utah
Accreditations in both Scotland and Wales
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