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[[Image:BarbBaker2007.jpg|thumb|left]]I work at the Family History Library, since 2006 in the Customer Experience Unit.  For 20 years previously I was a reference consultant in the British Reference Unit of the library. While there I was for many years the chief contributer to a resource known as the Scottish Church Union Lists which is a guide to church records of Scotland existing for prior to 1855 when government or civil registration began.  Since this resource was completed, it has been available only at the Family History Library.  Now I am working, with the help of missionaries, to get the union list into the Wiki.  For more information about this resource, go to the Scotland
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[[Image:BarbBaker2007.jpg|thumb|left]]I work at the Family History Library, since 2006 in the Customer Experience Unit.  For 20 years previously I was a reference consultant in British Reference. While there I was for many years the chief contributer to a resource known as the Scottish Church Union Lists which is a guide to church records of Scotland existing for prior to 1855 when government or civil registration began.  Since this resource was completed, it has been available only at the Family History Library.  Now I am working, with the help of missionaries, to get the union list into the Wiki.  For more information about this resource, go to the article on the [[Scotland_Church_Records_Union_Lists|Scotland Church Records Union List]]. 
  
 
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I work at the Family History Library, since 2006 in the Customer Experience Unit.  For 20 years previously I was a reference consultant in British Reference. While there I was for many years the chief contributer to a resource known as the Scottish Church Union Lists which is a guide to church records of Scotland existing for prior to 1855 when government or civil registration began.  Since this resource was completed, it has been available only at the Family History Library.  Now I am working, with the help of missionaries, to get the union list into the Wiki.  For more information about this resource, go to the article on the Scotland Church Records Union List