Sharon D. Monson

   Sharon D Monson has extensive research experience in courthouses, repositories, and the Family History Library spanning 30+ years. Specializing in the Southern US region, where burned out counties and loss of records is the norm, she has learned to dig “deeper” and polish the skills necessary to find missing documentation.

As a Residential Appraiser for most of her life, she has learned to pay attention to details. Examining what doesn’t look right, or what appears to be in the wrong place will often yield that previously missed clue. She feels it is extremely important to use accurate information to support family data.

As the founder of GenSearch and more, her vision is to teach younger people how to search for their families. So that no one gets left out, she also plans to teach those who aren’t tech savvy how to use new technology in their search for ancestors.


  • Combining History & Genealogy, A Successful ResearchTool: A vast amount of genealogical records have been created as a result of historical events. A study of the Social, Political, and Economic conditions in any given area of interest will yield significant clues for ancestral research.

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Joan Healey

   Accredited in Midwestern States,works as a research consultant at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah for FamilySearch a non-profit holding of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

She has presented at conferences: Gederation of Genealogical Societies, Institute of Genealogy anfd Historical Research, National Genealogical Society, Slat Lake Ggenealogy Institue, ICAPGen, and others.

Presenting the following:

  • Native American Case Study

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