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David Ouimette, CG

David Ouimette, CG, manages the Content Strategy team at FamilySearch in Salt Lake City, prioritizing the acquisition and online publication of historical records worldwide for family history research. In genealogical research, he specializes in the records of Ireland, Quebec, and New England. David has taught at the Samford and Salt Lake Institutes and is also the author of Finding Your Irish Ancestors: A Beginner’s Guide.

Education

M.S. in Mathematics, Brigham Young University B.S. in Mathematics, Brigham Young University

Credentials

David is a Certified Genealogist with emphasis in Quebec, New York, and New England.

Recent Lectures

Federation of Genealogical Societies Annual Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, 2010 Digitizing the Records in the Granite Mountain (S406)

National Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2010 Discovering Your French‐Canadian Heritage (W129) We All Descend from Immigrants—Discovering Old‐World Origins with U.S. Records (S414)

Highland Family History Fair, Highland, Utah, 2010 Discovering Your French‐Canadian Heritage Discovering Ancestral Origins with U.S. Records

Family History Library Reference Consultants Training Seminar, Salt Lake City, 2009 Sources for Irish Immigration to North America Irish Surnames and Given Names Using the Internet for Irish Research Irish Census and Census Substitutes Identifying Irish Localities Irish Catholic Church Records Irish Civil Registration and Substitutes Irish Internet Search and Research The Irish Collection in the Family History Library Eighteenth-Century Record Sources in Ireland Irish Land and Property Valuation Records

Brigham Young University Genealogy & Family History Conference, Provo, Utah, 2009 Irish Censuses and Census Substitutes Irish Land and Property Valuation Records What’s New in Irish Family History on the Internet?

Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research, Birmingham, Alabama, 2009 Tracing Immigrants Back to Quebec and Back to France Research Fundamentals for French-Canadian Family History Internet Resources for French-Canadian Family History Reading and Interpreting Original Records from Quebec

South Davis Regional Family History Fair, Bountiful, Utah, 2009 What's New in Irish Family History on the Internet? Church of Ireland Records Irish Censuses and Census Substitutes

Highland Family History Fair, Highland, Utah, 2009 Irish Catholic Church Records What’s New in Irish Family History on the Internet? Research Fundamentals for French-Canadian Family History

Brigham Young University Genealogy & Family History Conference, Provo, Utah, 2008 Irish Civil Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths Irish Censuses and Census Substitutes Church of Ireland Records Eighteenth-Century Record Sources in Ireland What’s New in Irish Family History on the Internet?

Ethnic Ancestry Seminar Series, Ancestry.com, 2008 Irish Ancestry Webinar

Samford Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research, Birmingham, Alabama, 2008 Irish Immigration to North America Irish Jurisdictions and Reference Works What’s New in Irish Family History on the Internet? Eighteenth-Century Record Sources in Ireland Irish Census and Census Substitutes Irish Catholic Church Records Surnames and Given Names in Ireland Irish Land and Property Valuation Records Irish Civil Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths

Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2008 Research Fundamentals for French-Canadian Family History Internet Resources for French-Canadian Family History Reading and Interpreting Original Records from Quebec

Brigham Young University Genealogy & Family History Conference, Provo, Utah, 2007 What’s in a Name? Irish Censuses and Census Substitutes What’s New in Irish Family History on the Internet?

Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2007 (Irish Course Coordinator) Irish Civil Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths Irish Censuses and Census Substitutes Church of Ireland Records Eighteenth-Century Record Sources in Ireland What’s New in Irish Family History on the Internet?

Federation of Genealogical Societies Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, 2006 What’s in a Name? Finding Your Irish Ancestors