Boyd Nielsen

    A. Boyd Nielsen resides in Brigham City, Utah with his wife Sheila. He is the father of two children and grandfather of five. He is the founder of Nielsen Genealogical Services and has been involved in genealogical research for 48 years. He began practicing as a professional genealogist on a part-time basis in 1966. He has been performing professional genealogical research on a full-time basis since 1995.

He specializes in Scandinavian, Germanic, British, and North American research. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English and German from Utah State University. He is a member of the Utah Genealogical Association and Association of Professional Genealogists and is an
accredited genealogist through ICAPGen®. He currently serves on the Grading Committee
for ICAPGen®.

Baerbel Johnson

     Baerbel K. Johnson, A.G. ® works for FamilySearch as International Research Consultant. She holds degrees in Family and Local History Studies and Sociology from BYU, and has more than twenty years of extensive experience in European family history research with emphasis on Germany.

She has published a number of journal articles, contributed material for several books, and lectured at various conferences. Her personal interest is in “putting flesh on the genealogical skeleton” by placing each individual within a proper social and historical context.

A member of ICAPGen, NGS, the German Professional Genealogists Associations, and the German Society for Computer Genealogy.

Classes being presented by Baerbal:

  • Solving Difficult European Research Problems
  • German Internet Research

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