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=== Classes Taught ===
 
=== Classes Taught ===
  
Beginning Research in England
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Beginning Research in England
-  Beginning Research in Scotland
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England: Census Records
-  Beginning Research in Ireland
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England: Civil Registration
England: Census Records
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England: Church Records
England: Civil Registration
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England: Probate Records & Indexes
England: Church Records
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• Beginning Research in Scotland
England: Probate Records & Indexes
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Scotland: Civil Registration
Scotland: Civil Registration
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Scotland: Church Records
Scotland: Church Records
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• Beginning Research in Ireland
Ireland: Census Records
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Ireland: Census Records
Ireland: Civil Registration
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Ireland: Civil Registration
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Revision as of 01:11, 22 April 2010

 Margo McKinstry.jpg   Margo McKinstry, AG

Originally an eastern Canadian, Margo's love of genealogy started at an early age.  She is presently working as a British Research Consultant for FamilySearach.  Previously, for eight years, she was a member of the FamilySearch team that staffed and managed the two centers in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. 

Her accreditation is for England.  She teaches patron classes at the Family History Library and has been a presenter at a number of family history conferences .  Margo has authored several genealogical publications as well as spearheaded the implementation of the "Summer of Sleuthing" program for youth and families interested in pursuing family history in the summer of 2009.

Education

Associates Degree - Weber State University

Credentials

ICAPGen Accreditation - England

Genealogy & Family History Conferences

Family History Expos Conferences:  Mesa, Arizona 2008; Loveland, Colorado 2009; Salt Lake City 2009; Logan 2009; Salt Lake City 2009; St. George 2010

Classes Taught

• Beginning Research in England • England: Census Records • England: Civil Registration • England: Church Records • England: Probate Records & Indexes • Beginning Research in Scotland • Scotland: Civil Registration • Scotland: Church Records • Beginning Research in Ireland • Ireland: Census Records • Ireland: Civil Registration