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Sherry Irvine

B.A.
M.S.
CG
FSA Scot

Coordinator: Course 10

Lecturer: Course 10

Sherry Irvine, MSc, CG, FSA Scot, author and lecturer, has coordinated and taught the courses on English and Scottish genealogy at Samford since 1997 and led BIGHR study tours 1996 - 2006. In recent years she has presented lectures at national conferences and at many locations throughout Canada and the USA. She has lectured in Australia and New Zealand, most recently as a keynote speaker for the 11th Australasian Congress in Darwin, June 2006. She is the author of books on Scottish and English research methods and her articles appear in several publications, electronic and print, including Ancestry Weekly Journal.

Through 2002 and 2003 she was president of the Association of Professional Genealogists and in 2005 was awarded the APG Graham T. Smallwood Award of Merit. She is a member of the Board of the International Society for British Genealogy and Family History. Present major projects include co-authoring a book on Canadian genealogy and building a new business with a partner based in London, England, a company that offers online courses in British research, Pharos Teaching and Tutoring Ltd.

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