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“Evaluating and Destroying Your Ancestral Brick Walls”

Laurie Castillo

Categories: RT, RR

Talk Abstract:
In this class we will talk about what constitutes a true brick wall and what situations are brick walls that we may have created ourselves by faulty or incomplete research processes. We will learn how to analyze a situation and see what more can be done. Many resources will be discussed.

Speaker Bio:
1st VP of Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group; Former VP, Exec Sec and Board Member, Utah Genealogical Association; BYU FH Library consultant, teacher 28+ years; Professional researcher, writer 30+ years; Presenter: RootsTech 2016-2020, BYU FH Conference 2014-2019, BYU Education Week 2016-2017; Former Red Cross Instructor, Girl Scout Troop Leader and Chihuahua breeder; Interests include: history, mystery, geography and genetics. Research Specialties: Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, New England, Mid-West, South-West and Western Frontier of the U.S.

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NOTICE: This presentation is part of a set of over 400 presentations on genealogy and family history produced by "UVTAGG: The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group".
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