Mallory Christensen Kempter[edit | edit source]
Mallory Christensen Kempter is a United States and Canada Research Specialist at the Family History Library. She enjoys reading, playing music and watching movies with her husband.
Education[edit | edit source]
BA Brigham Young University: Family History/Genealogy
Mallory's research specialties include the North Central (or Great Plains) and Midwest regions. She is also an expert in LDS research and immigrant ancestors. She can transcribe old English documents and German and Swedish vital records. She has vast experience assisting guests in the Family History Library, teaching genealogy classes and writing curriculum for genealogical training. She is passionate about genealogical research and can assist in answering questions about FamilySearch and their policies.
Employment and Service[edit | edit source]
U.S. Canada Research Specialist at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah
Credentials[edit | edit source]
In process of obtaining AG from ICAPGen in the North Central Region
Memberships[edit | edit source]
American Historical Society of German's from Russia
Mormon Historical Association
BYU Family History Club
Presenter at the following Conferences and Seminars[edit | edit source]
Upcoming Presentations[edit | edit source]
Utah Genealogical Association, South Davis Chapter: Centerville, Utah on 18 March 2020.
Utah Genealogical Association, Salt Lake Chapter: Family History Library, Salt Lake, Utah on 2 April 2020
Past Presentations[edit | edit source]
United States Research Seminar: Family History Library, Salt Lake, Utah on 12 September 2019
RootsTech Expo Hall - BYU Demo Booth: Salt Palace, Salt Lake, Utah on 2-3 March 2018
Highland 2nd Ward Family History Fair: Highland, Utah on 23 May 2018
BYU Family History and Genealogy Conference: Provo, Utah on 1-2 August 2018
BYU Family History and Genealogy Conference: Provo, Utah on 26 July 2017
Classes and Lectures[edit | edit source]
The Genealogical Proof Standard: Meeting the Professional Standard
Is the Research Done? How to know when enough is enough
The Bred, the Wed and the Dead: an Introduction to U.S. Vital Records*
Church Records: Strengthening Religious Ties
Land Ownership, Property Sales and Your Ancestor
*updated 22 October 2019
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