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Subject: [S-I] Using the resources at the LDS Library
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 12:48:57 EDT
Thought you'd like to know that next Friday, October 27, at 10:15pm ET David
Rencher will be giving a special talk entitled "Using the Irish Resources at
the LDS Library." All are welcome. This is a part of the 2006 Online
Genealogy Conference being celebrated from Oct. 1-Oct. 31 at
Once on the site, slide down a little bit until you see "Click here to go
into the chat rooms."
Click on it. You'll need to key in a screen name to use, but no password.
Click on "Go."
That's it. You'll be in the chat room and no, there is NO fee whatsoever nor
will you be bombarded with advertising from various areas.
You do need Java software. If you don''t have it, do a google search for
it. Far as I know it's free.
Come join us! If you do Irish research, you do NOT want to miss David's
talk. I've been researching for 26 years and I have never met another
as knowledgeable as he is.
David's impressive bios below -
David E. Rencher, ireland, CG, FUGA, is employed by the Family and Church
History Department in Salt Lake City where he is the Director of the Records
Information Division. A professional genealogist since 1977, he is an
Accredited GenealogistCM with ICAPGenSM in Ireland research and a Certified
Genealogist with the Board for Certification of Genealogists.
> David E. Rencher, AG, CG, FUGA, is employed by the Family and Church
> Department in Salt Lake City where he is the Director of the Records and
> Information Division. A professional genealogist since 1977, he is an
> GenealogistCM with ICAPGenSM in Ireland research and a Certified
> GenealogistSM with the Board for Certification of Genealogists. He is the
> coordinator and instructor for the Samford University Institute of
> Genealogical and Historical Research (IGHR) in Birmingham, Alabama. He
> Brigham Young University in 1980 with a BA in Family and Local History. He
> past-president of the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) 1997-2000,
> a national genealogical society umbrella organization, a past-president of
> the Utah Genealogical Association (UGA) 1993-1995 and a Fellow of that
> organization. He is a vice-president of the Genealogical Society of Utah
(GSU). He is
> currently serving as the Chair of the joint Federation of Genealogical
> Societies and National Genealogical Society committee for Record
> Access and serves as a Director for the National Institute of Genealogical
> Research Alumni Association (NIGRAA), and Trustee for the Umpstead, Jr. and
> Elizabeth Jemima Philpott Rencher and the Winslow Farr, Sr. Family