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=== Who we are  ===
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=== Who we are [https://sites.google.com/site/globalallianceofpg/ [[Image:GEO Globe.jpg|right|200x207px|GEO Globe.jpg]]] ===
  
 
*A group of&nbsp; Independent genealogy professionals who have formed a [https://sites.google.com/site/globalallianceofpg/ '''Global Alliance''']  
 
*A group of&nbsp; Independent genealogy professionals who have formed a [https://sites.google.com/site/globalallianceofpg/ '''Global Alliance''']  
*Many in the group are members of the Association of Professional Genealogists and former Ancestry.com Experts.  
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*Many in the group are members of the Association of Professional Genealogists and former Ancestry.com Experts.&nbsp;
*The Alliance gives patrons a place to easily locate independent professionals who can retrieve records, perform custom research or simply provide expert advice.  
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*The Alliance gives patrons a place to easily locate independent professionals who can retrieve records, perform custom research or simply provide expert advice.&nbsp;
 
*In most cases, members live in the area they represent to be close to repositories of Genealogical&nbsp; materials.  
 
*In most cases, members live in the area they represent to be close to repositories of Genealogical&nbsp; materials.  
 
*Registered FamilySearch Wiki users, promoting the use of the Wiki as a great resource for genealogy.<br>
 
*Registered FamilySearch Wiki users, promoting the use of the Wiki as a great resource for genealogy.<br>

Revision as of 22:05, 9 August 2012


Who we are
GEO Globe.jpg

  • A group of  Independent genealogy professionals who have formed a Global Alliance
  • Many in the group are members of the Association of Professional Genealogists and former Ancestry.com Experts. 
  • The Alliance gives patrons a place to easily locate independent professionals who can retrieve records, perform custom research or simply provide expert advice. 
  • In most cases, members live in the area they represent to be close to repositories of Genealogical  materials.
  • Registered FamilySearch Wiki users, promoting the use of the Wiki as a great resource for genealogy.