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|I began genealogical research in 1968 at the US National Archives in Washington, D.C. My research has taken me to archives in the southern United States, England, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. I regularly attend conferences and training classes on genealogy and in addition to researching professionally for a variety of surnames, I have also trained others in correct methodologies for research.|
My Find-A-Grave entries record both the information on the marker and, in cases where the information differs from the historical records, the differences are also noted. I try not to insert duplicate records where the deceased is already listed in Find-A-Grave except in cases where the other listing contains errors on my family members, bad spellings, bad dates, etc.