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Sylvie Pysnak, AG<sup>®</sup> was born and raised in the Czech Republic. She is currently employed by the Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a Slavic Research Consultant in the International Research Consultation Unit at the Family History Library. Sylvie is accredited in Czech research, has a working knowledge of many Eastern European languages and has researched on-site in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. She has been writing publications and has taught at various conferences since 1998.  
 
Sylvie Pysnak, AG<sup>®</sup> was born and raised in the Czech Republic. She is currently employed by the Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a Slavic Research Consultant in the International Research Consultation Unit at the Family History Library. Sylvie is accredited in Czech research, has a working knowledge of many Eastern European languages and has researched on-site in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. She has been writing publications and has taught at various conferences since 1998.  
  
===Education===
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=== Education ===
  
1979 - 1983<br>
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1979 - 1983<br> TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION<br> Emphasis on Architecture and Civil Engineering<br> Ostrava, Czech Republic<br>  
TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION<br>
 
Emphasis on Architecture and Civil Engineering<br>
 
Ostrava, Czech Republic<br>
 
  
1983 - 1986<br>
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1983 - 1986<br> CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE<br> Faculty of Civil Engineering<br> Prague, Czech Republic<br>  
CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE<br>
 
Faculty of Civil Engineering<br>
 
Prague, Czech Republic<br>
 
  
===Specialized Training===
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=== Specialized Training ===
  
1999<br>
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1999<br> ICAPGEN<br> Czech Republic Accreditation<br>  
ICAPGEN<br>
 
Czech Republic Accreditation<br>
 
  
2001<br>
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2001<br> SALT LAKE INSTITUTE OF GENEALOGY<br> Scandinavian Research<br>  
SALT LAKE INSTITUTE OF GENEALOGY<br>
 
Scandinavian Research<br>
 
  
2004<br>
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2004<br> BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY<br> History 422 Section 613 - German Documents  
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY<br>
 
History 422 Section 613 - German Documents
 
  
2006<br>
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2006<br> SALT LAKE INSTITUTE OF GENEALOGY<br> Eastern Europe<br>  
SALT LAKE INSTITUTE OF GENEALOGY<br>
 
Eastern Europe<br>
 
  
2007<br>
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2007<br> UNIVERSITY OF UTAH<br> Russian 2010-001<br>  
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH<br>
 
Russian 2010-001<br>
 
  
2008<br>
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2008<br> UNIVERSITY OF UTAH<br> Russian 2020-001<br>  
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH<br>
 
Russian 2020-001<br>
 
  
2009<br>
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2009<br> Advanced Genealogical Methods Course  
Advanced Genealogical Methods Course
 
  
===Professional Experience===
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=== Professional Experience ===
  
1992 - 1998<br>
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1992 - 1998<br> ST. GEORGE TEMPLE, St. George, UT<br> Office Clerk<br>  
ST. GEORGE TEMPLE, St. George, UT<br>
 
Office Clerk<br>
 
  
1998 - present<br>
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1998 - present<br> FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY, Salt Lake City, UT<br> Slavic Research Consultant<br> International Research Consultation Unit<br>  
FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY, Salt Lake City, UT<br>
 
Slavic Research Consultant<br>
 
International Research Consultation Unit<br>
 
  
===Genealogical Experience===
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=== Genealogical Experience ===
  
''Presented at the following conferences:''
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''Presented at the following conferences:''  
* 2006 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:
 
Sources and Procedures for Genealogical Research in the Czech Republic<br>
 
Genealogical Sources of the Kingdom of Hungary: including modern day Hungary, Slovakia, Transylvania, and Slavonia
 
* 2007 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:
 
Use of Reference Tools in Germanic/Slavic Areas of Research<br>
 
Genealogical Research in Germanic/Slavic areas
 
* 2007 IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy:
 
Eastern Continental Resources at the Family History Center
 
* 2007 FEEFHS Conference:
 
Finding Your Czech Ancestors
 
* 2010 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:
 
Czech Republic Research<br>
 
Slovak Research<br>
 
Hungarian Research
 
  
''Attended following conferences:''
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*2006 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:
* 1999 BYU Genealogical Conference
 
* 2001 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
 
* 2005 BYU Computerized Genealogy Conference
 
* 2005 FGS/UGA
 
* 2006 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
 
* 2007 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
 
* 2007 IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
 
* 2007 FEEFHS Conference
 
  
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Sources and Procedures for Genealogical Research in the Czech Republic<br>Genealogical Sources of the Kingdom of Hungary: including modern day Hungary, Slovakia, Transylvania, and Slavonia
  
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*2007 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:
  
Visited and trained in various Czech and Slovak regional archives and civil registration offices 1998 - Present
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Use of Reference Tools in Germanic/Slavic Areas of Research<br>Genealogical Research in Germanic/Slavic areas
  
Ward Family History Consultant 2003 - Present
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*2007 IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy:
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Eastern Continental Resources at the Family History Center
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*2007 FEEFHS Conference:
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Finding Your Czech Ancestors
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*2010 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:
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Czech Republic Research<br>Slovak Research<br>Hungarian Research
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''Attended following conferences:''
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*1999 BYU Genealogical Conference
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*2001 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
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*2005 BYU Computerized Genealogy Conference
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*2005 FGS/UGA
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*2006 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
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*2007 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
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*2007 IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
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*2007 FEEFHS Conference
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=== Areas of Responsibility  ===
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*Albania
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*Bosnia-Herzegovina
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*Bulgaria
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*Croatia
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*Czech Republic
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*Hungary
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*Kosovo
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*Macedonia
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*Montenegro
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*Poland
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*Serbia
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*Slovakia
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*Slovenia
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and...
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*Melanesia
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*New Caledonia
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*Oceania
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*Papua New Guinea
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*Solomon Islands
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*Vanuatu
  
 
'''Email:''' [mailto:pysnaks@familysearch.org pysnaks@familysearch.org]  
 
'''Email:''' [mailto:pysnaks@familysearch.org pysnaks@familysearch.org]  
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*[[Slovakia|Slovakia]]
  
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Sylvie Pysnak AG®

Sylvie Pysnak, AG® was born and raised in the Czech Republic. She is currently employed by the Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a Slavic Research Consultant in the International Research Consultation Unit at the Family History Library. Sylvie is accredited in Czech research, has a working knowledge of many Eastern European languages and has researched on-site in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. She has been writing publications and has taught at various conferences since 1998.

Education

1979 - 1983
TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION
Emphasis on Architecture and Civil Engineering
Ostrava, Czech Republic

1983 - 1986
CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Prague, Czech Republic

Specialized Training

1999
ICAPGEN
Czech Republic Accreditation

2001
SALT LAKE INSTITUTE OF GENEALOGY
Scandinavian Research

2004
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
History 422 Section 613 - German Documents

2006
SALT LAKE INSTITUTE OF GENEALOGY
Eastern Europe

2007
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
Russian 2010-001

2008
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
Russian 2020-001

2009
Advanced Genealogical Methods Course

Professional Experience

1992 - 1998
ST. GEORGE TEMPLE, St. George, UT
Office Clerk

1998 - present
FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY, Salt Lake City, UT
Slavic Research Consultant
International Research Consultation Unit

Genealogical Experience

Presented at the following conferences:

  • 2006 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:

Sources and Procedures for Genealogical Research in the Czech Republic
Genealogical Sources of the Kingdom of Hungary: including modern day Hungary, Slovakia, Transylvania, and Slavonia

  • 2007 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:

Use of Reference Tools in Germanic/Slavic Areas of Research
Genealogical Research in Germanic/Slavic areas

  • 2007 IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy:

Eastern Continental Resources at the Family History Center

  • 2007 FEEFHS Conference:

Finding Your Czech Ancestors

  • 2010 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy:

Czech Republic Research
Slovak Research
Hungarian Research

Attended following conferences:

  • 1999 BYU Genealogical Conference
  • 2001 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
  • 2005 BYU Computerized Genealogy Conference
  • 2005 FGS/UGA
  • 2006 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
  • 2007 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
  • 2007 IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
  • 2007 FEEFHS Conference

Areas of Responsibility

  • Albania
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • Kosovo
  • Macedonia
  • Montenegro
  • Poland
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia

and...

  • Melanesia
  • New Caledonia
  • Oceania
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Solomon Islands
  • Vanuatu

Email: pysnaks@familysearch.org

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