Tanya Anderson Neider
Some of my earliest memories were traipsing through cemeteries, knocking on doors of potential relatives, and looking at giant books in courthouses. Many of our “vacations” were devoted to reunions and visiting extended family. Family History seemed to be a tradition in my family. My great-grandparents, grandparents, and my mother were researchers and keepers of the family genealogy. I now possess some of their research and continue to explore our roots. I currently work at the LDS Washington DC Family History Center (WDCFHC) as a Family History Consultant, and have done research for patrons, family, friends, and clients. I have helped people capture their family history, stories, their oral histories, record their genealogy, prepare for family events such as reunions & memorials, and create heritage books.
How people can contact you other than your talk page
Special talents and abilities
Hobbies or special interests
Member of the Bethesda Ward
Family History Consultant for the Bethesda Ward
Volunteer at the Washington, D. C. Family History Center