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“Finding the Living Among the Dead: Using the Internet to Find Your Living Cousins”

Amy Archibald

Categories: IR, RT

Talk Abstract:
The missing link in your family history may be one phone call or email away. She will explore clues available in family trees, obituaries, online tools, and the resources available to identify your cousin’s contact information. Come and discover your living cousins online.

Speaker Bio:
Amy Archibald is a family historian and reunion organizer with a passion for teaching others. She has spent 30 years researching her own family and 20 years teaching others. She lives in Clearfield, Utah with her husband and two children and blogs on family history topics at http://revealingrootsandbranches.blogspot.com/ . Amy’s earlier version of this topic was streamed live at RootsTech 2015, was very well-received, and is still available to watch online. Go to http://rootstech.org/?lang=eng > About > Video Archive.

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