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'''Michele Doyle''' lives in Burlington, North Carolina.  
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'''Michele Doyle''' lives in Burlington, North Carolina.<br>
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'''Professional:'''
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A Quiltwork of Lives<br>
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website: www.aquiltworkoflives.com<br>
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Specializing as a Lecturer, Instructor and Researcher in:<br>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Beginning Genealogy<br>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Various Record Groups<br>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; States: Southwestern Pennsylvania, Western Maryland, Ohio, Piedmont North Carolina<br>
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'''Callings:'''
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Belongs to the Greensboro NC Stake in the Burlington First Ward. <br>
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Greensboro Stake FHC Director
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Burlington First Ward Family History Consultant
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B1 Ward 4th Sunday RS Teacher
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B1 Ward Meetinghouse Librarian
  
 
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Recently returned from RootsTech. A fabulous conference that intertwines genealogists and technologists. I am definitely on for next year.  
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'''Education:'''
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Vermilion High School, Vermilion, Ohio
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B.S. in Business, minor in logistics, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
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MSLS with archival concentration, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
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Graduate Certificate, Horticulture, NCSU, Raleigh, NC
  
 
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We are going to put together a Family History Fair at the Greensboro NC Stake FHC. Would love some inout on what should be included and who you would like to hear speak.  
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'''Work:'''
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Librarian at OSMG, Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Winston-Salem, NC
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Owner, A Quiltwork of Lives, Genealogical Research and Instruction, Burlington, NC
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Owner, The Plant Lady, Burlington, NC
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Instructor, Horticulture, Alamance Community College, Graham, NC
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'''Blog:'''
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Census Workshop for the Greensboro NC Stake FHC went well. Over 40 people attended. Next workshop, Family History - Getting Started, Getting it Right, will be on 3 July at 7 pm.
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NGS 2012 Conference in Cincinnati was wonderful. A lot of really good classes and so much to learn. Already have my hotel reservations for 2013 in Las Vegas.
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<br> Recently returned from RootsTech 2012. A fabulous conference that intertwines genealogists and technologists. I am definitely on for next year.<br>
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We are going to put together a Family History Fair at the Greensboro NC Stake FHC. Would love some input on what should be included and who you would like to hear speak.<br>
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Latest revision as of 14:45, 8 February 2013

Michele Doyle lives in Burlington, North Carolina.


Professional:

A Quiltwork of Lives

website: www.aquiltworkoflives.com

Specializing as a Lecturer, Instructor and Researcher in:

          Beginning Genealogy

          Various Record Groups

          States: Southwestern Pennsylvania, Western Maryland, Ohio, Piedmont North Carolina


Callings:

Belongs to the Greensboro NC Stake in the Burlington First Ward.

Greensboro Stake FHC Director

Burlington First Ward Family History Consultant

B1 Ward 4th Sunday RS Teacher

B1 Ward Meetinghouse Librarian


Education:

Vermilion High School, Vermilion, Ohio

B.S. in Business, minor in logistics, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

MSLS with archival concentration, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC

Graduate Certificate, Horticulture, NCSU, Raleigh, NC


Work:

Librarian at OSMG, Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Winston-Salem, NC

Owner, A Quiltwork of Lives, Genealogical Research and Instruction, Burlington, NC

Owner, The Plant Lady, Burlington, NC

Instructor, Horticulture, Alamance Community College, Graham, NC


Blog:

Census Workshop for the Greensboro NC Stake FHC went well. Over 40 people attended. Next workshop, Family History - Getting Started, Getting it Right, will be on 3 July at 7 pm.


NGS 2012 Conference in Cincinnati was wonderful. A lot of really good classes and so much to learn. Already have my hotel reservations for 2013 in Las Vegas.


Recently returned from RootsTech 2012. A fabulous conference that intertwines genealogists and technologists. I am definitely on for next year.


We are going to put together a Family History Fair at the Greensboro NC Stake FHC. Would love some input on what should be included and who you would like to hear speak.

    

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