Salt Lake Valley Chapter

Leadership

President: Maria Wittwer

Meetings

Our first in-person meeting will be September 1, 2022 at 11:00 AM at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. There will be a meet-and-greet.

October's meeting will be on October 6, 2022 at 8:00 PM at the Riverton Library in Riverton, Utah. The speaker will be Jack Later, AG. Topic TBA.

Contact

Contact us at per email if you have any questions or comments.

Presentations

2021

Month Presentation Presenter
November Multi-Chapter Event: A Celebration of Genealogy Cultures Various Presenters
October    
September    
August Hessian Soldiers – Where did they really come from? Gina Palmer
July Personalized Power Tools on FamilySearch.org Becky Adamson
June Recording your Family Stories Reem Awad-Rashmawi
May Community Reconstruction Workshop Joel Cannon
April Maximize Your Research Time Juli Anderson, AG
March RootsTech Review: A Roundtable Discussion Joel Cannon
February Community Reconstitution (A BYU Linking Library Presentation) Joe Price
January A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words Allyson Maughan

2020

Month Presentation Presenter
November Multi-Chapter Event TBA
October    
September Breaking Down Sources: Evaluating Records As Evidence Zachary Hamilton
August When Enough Is Enough Mallory Kempter
July -- --
June    
May    
April When Enough is Enough: Knowing When You’re Done Researching an Ancestor Mallory Kempter
March United States Protestant Church Records Cara Jones
February Are you new to Ancestry? Annette Adams
January Researching Women- Case Study of Mary Ann Inklekofer Allyson Maughan

2019

Month Presentation Presenter
November Researching Across America, Multi-Chapter Event TBA
October Trip to Utah State Archives  
September England Church Records and Records of the Poor Margo McKinstry, AG
August Newspaper Research Nicole Kreis Kendall
July Yankees and Revels: Researching Your Civil War Ancestors Zachary Hamilton
June Lineage Societies: How to Join Them and Why You Should Crystal Farish
May Historical Events that Affect German Genealogical Research Fritz Juengling, PhD, AG
April FHL Research Day  
March    
February    
January