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Gail Jackson Miller, CG, is a professional researcher specializing in Kentucky and Tennessee research. She became a certified genealogist through the Board for Certification of Genealogists in January 2000. Prior to becoming a genealogical researcher, she taught for over 20 years in high school science and freshman level university courses. She holds a M.S. in biology and an M.A.Ed in experimental psychology. She has served in local genealogical organizations and as director of the Bowling Green, Kentucky LDS Family History Center.
 
Gail Jackson Miller, CG, is a professional researcher specializing in Kentucky and Tennessee research. She became a certified genealogist through the Board for Certification of Genealogists in January 2000. Prior to becoming a genealogical researcher, she taught for over 20 years in high school science and freshman level university courses. She holds a M.S. in biology and an M.A.Ed in experimental psychology. She has served in local genealogical organizations and as director of the Bowling Green, Kentucky LDS Family History Center.
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[[Rural_Records_of_the_Southern_United_States|Rural_Records_of_the_Southern_United_States]]

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Gail Jackson Miller, CG, is a professional researcher specializing in Kentucky and Tennessee research. She became a certified genealogist through the Board for Certification of Genealogists in January 2000. Prior to becoming a genealogical researcher, she taught for over 20 years in high school science and freshman level university courses. She holds a M.S. in biology and an M.A.Ed in experimental psychology. She has served in local genealogical organizations and as director of the Bowling Green, Kentucky LDS Family History Center.

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