Beth Taylor works as a Research Consultant in the United States and Canada Unit at the Family History Library (FHL).
BA History, Brigham Young University, 2005.
- U.S. Midwest
- Southern California
Beth has taught more than 150 classes to the patrons, employees, and missionaries of the FHL on a variety of topics including:
- Midwest Treasures
- Using Will Records
- Organizing Genealogy Computer Files
- FamilySearch.org Basics
- Using the Family History Library Catalog
- Personal Ancestral File
- Using USB and U3 Flash drives
Beth has presented at the following conferences:
- BYU Genealogy and Family History Conference, 2007; presented "Organizing Genealogy Computer Files"
Beth currently belongs to or has belonged to the following societies:
- Utah Library Association (ULA); Member & Recording Secretary, 2007-2008
- National Genealogical Society (NGS); 2009-present
Working with the Deaf
Beth actively supports the deaf volunteers at the FHL. She took four semesters of ASL in college and has improved her language skills by answering questions from deaf patrons, helping the deaf volunteers with technical issues, and setting up and working at the FamilySearch booth at several deaf events including the Deaflympics (2007) and the local Deaf Bazaar (2006-2009).
Current/Past Wiki Projects
- Warren County, Ohio (current)
- U.S. Vital Records (2009)