The following message is from Ann Wells, Director of the 2010 ISBGFH British Institute via APG:
Time goes by so quickly and it is hard to believe that the British Institute (BI), an educational opportunity through the International Society for British Genealogy and Family History (ISBGFH), is celebrating ten years!
Over the past ten years, we've had a number of excellent instructors and this year is certainly no exception. Instructors this year will be Barbara Baker, AG; David Rencher, AG, CG, FIGRS, FUGA and Darris Williams, AG.
This year's BI will be held in Salt Lake City from Monday, 4 October through Friday, 8 October 2010 with Barbara Baker teaching Pre-1800 Scottish Research. This class will help you find those pre 1800 records and will also explore lesser known records in an attempt to help you break down your brick walls.
David Rencher will be leading the course Making the Transition from Irish Church Records to Irish Land Records. This course will help you to glean the most from the available church records and use the clues found there to identify the lands of your ancestors.
Strategies for Discovering Welsh Ancestors will be taught by Darris Williams. This course will highlight methods for solving research questions that make Welsh family history difficult.
Please note that all classes are intended to be small, so space is limited.
Early registration ends 1 July. For more information about the courses or the instructors, see the society's Website http://www.isbgfh.org