Monday, December 28, 2015

Maureen Brady

Maureen Brady will be offering several lectures with tips and tricks 
for using Family Search
(details to follow)

Maureen Brady, a former school librarian and computer educator, has over thirty years’ experience 
with family history research and is now a professional genealogist.  
She has traced her own Scottish roots back to the end of the 17th century and beyond, 
and has also pursued Chicago area, the trans-Allegheny U.S., Quebec, 
Irish and Swedish research.  
She is the co-director and trainer for the Crystal Lake (IL) Family History Center 

Maureen has made numerous presentations to Illinois and Wisconsin genealogical 
societies, libraries, conferences and workshops, including presenting at the 2002 
National Genealogical Society Conference in the States.  
Her topics include Chicago and Cook County research, Scottish research, Internet sources, 
and using FamilySearch® and Family History Centers.  

She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, and a life member of 
the Aberdeen and North East Scotland Family History Society, 
the Chicago Genealogical Society, the Ohio Genealogy Society and the 
McHenry County (Illinois) Genealogical Society.  She is also active in the 
British Interest Group of Wisconsin & Illinois (BIGWILL), 
the Illinois St. Andrew Society’s Scottish Genealogical Group, the 
National Genealogical Andrew Society’s Scottish Genealogical Group,
the National Genealogical Society, the Lake County (Illinois) Genealogical Society 
and the Clan Donnachaidh Society.