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=== Barbara H. Baker, AG   ===
 
=== Barbara H. Baker, AG   ===
  
Barbara has worked at the [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/FHL/frameset_library.asp Family History Library] for twenty-five years, most of that time as a British research consultant. For many years she was the chief contributer to a library resource known as the "Scottish Church Records Union List," which is a guide to church records of Scotland existing prior to 1855 when government or civil registration began. When this resource was complete, it was available only at the Family History Library. With the help of volunteers, the union list is now available in the [https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Main_Page FamilySearch Wiki].  
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Barbara has worked at the [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/FHL/frameset_library.asp Family History Library] for twenty-five years, most of that time as a British Research Consultant. For three years, 2006-2009, Barbara served on the library's Customer Experience team and was in charge of scheduling library patron classes and special events such as 'Summer of Sleuthing.' Barbara returned to the position of a British Research Consultant in November 2009. In that position, she has taught many library patron classes over the years.
 
 
For more information about this resource, go to the Wiki article on the [[Scotland Church Records Union Lists|Scotland Church Records Union List]].  
 
  
 
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*The Salt Lake Institute of the Utah Genealogical Association, 2010
 
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For many years Barbara was the chief contributer to a Family History Library resource known as the "Scottish Church Records Union List," which is a guide to church records of Scotland existing prior to 1855 when government or civil registration began. When this resource was complete, it was available only at the Family History Library. With the help of volunteers, the union list is now available in the [https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Main_Page FamilySearch Wiki].
 
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For more information about this resource, go to the Wiki article on the [[Scotland Church Records Union Lists|Scotland Church Records Union List]].
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In addition, Barbara is a regular contributor of English content to the Wiki and served as team lead for the addition of English probate information to the Wiki.
  
 
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Barbara H. Baker, AG 

Barbara has worked at the Family History Library for twenty-five years, most of that time as a British Research Consultant. For three years, 2006-2009, Barbara served on the library's Customer Experience team and was in charge of scheduling library patron classes and special events such as 'Summer of Sleuthing.' Barbara returned to the position of a British Research Consultant in November 2009. In that position, she has taught many library patron classes over the years.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Family and Community History, Brigham Young University, 1996 -- emphasis in English research.

Credentials

Barbara has been accredited by ICAPGen in English genealogical research since 1988. Accreditation in Scottish research is in process.

Experience

In addition to her work at the Family History Library, Barbara has lectured in British research at numerous family history conferences over the years including:

  • Genealogy and Family History Conferences, Brigham Young University, several years since 1995
  • Family History Expos, Logan, Utah, 2007
  • The British Institute of the International Society for British Genealogy and Family History, 2008 thru 2010 
  • Online instructor for Pharos Teaching and Tutoring, Ltd. since 2009 
  • The Salt Lake Institute of the Utah Genealogical Association, 2010
Contributions

For many years Barbara was the chief contributer to a Family History Library resource known as the "Scottish Church Records Union List," which is a guide to church records of Scotland existing prior to 1855 when government or civil registration began. When this resource was complete, it was available only at the Family History Library. With the help of volunteers, the union list is now available in the FamilySearch Wiki.
For more information about this resource, go to the Wiki article on the Scotland Church Records Union List.

In addition, Barbara is a regular contributor of English content to the Wiki and served as team lead for the addition of English probate information to the Wiki.