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Thomas MacEntee : High-Definition Genealogy
High-Definition Genealogy provides various services to the genealogy and family history community including market research, consulting, education, and more.
Thomas MacEntee is the driving force between High-Definition Genealogy whose goal is to help companies, non-profits and individual “focus” on family history. Thomas has been involved with genealogy and family history for close to 20 years and for the past two years has dedicated himself professionally to various aspects of the genealogy industry.
Mary V. Danielsen : Documented Legacy
Documented Legacy helps people and organizations record aspects of their personal history by documenting their experiences, values, beliefs and charitable decisions through the use of storytelling, legacy writing, and ethical wills. Each life has a legacy. The story you may want to record may not be about an entire life but rather a part of a life: an event, a tradition, a moment, a celebration, an experience. Those are the moments …
Mary was recently honored with a Community Service Award for her work with the Hurricane Sandy photo recovery project in 2012. Click here to read more, and click here to watch a video produced by FEMA.
Anne has published seven books—including “Famous Family Nights,” “Please, No Zits! & Other Short Stories,” a young adult mystery titled “Dingo”, and Volumes One and Two of “True Miracles with Genealogy,” Volume One was a 2011 Global eBook Finalist and Volume Two was a 2012 Global eBook Winner. She co-wrote the screen play “The Ardanea Pendant” which won Hollywood’s International Family Film Festival’s Fantasy/Sci-Fi section in 2008.
Anne was born in Caernarvon, Wales, and grew up in England. She has lived in the United States for sixteen years, and has enjoyed forty-plus years of genealogy.
Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, AG, is a native of central Ohio, but her roots run deep into the south. Her parents were excellent genealogists, and one of her favorite photos is of her mother on the way to transcribe a cemetery just four days before Peggy was born!
Peggy is a frequent speaker at genealogy workshops, seminars and jamborees. Her presentation topics include:
- Following the Money – Using Tax Records to Age and Place Our Ancestors
- Homespun and Calico – Tracing our Foremothers
- In a Granite Mountain – Using FamilySearch.org to Further Your Research
- Away, I’m Bound Away…
- German Migration Into The Ohio
- Planning An Effective Cemetery Research Trip
- Migration Trails to the Ohio
- The War of 1812 – America’s “Forgotten” War
- Up in Smoke! What to do When the Courthouse Burns
Accredited Genealogist and AG are certification marks of the International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists (ICAPGen). Genealogists licensed to use the marks have met the competency standards of ICAPGe