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Scott, Kenneth. 1979.British aliens in the United States during the War of 1812. Baltimore, Md: Genealogical Pub. Co. (FHL 973 W4s) As the War of 1812 began, all residents of the United States from Britain who had not begun the naturalzation process were considered an enemy of the country. To overcome this status, it was necessary for them to register locally with descriptions of themselves and their family members, how long they had been in the country, their occupation and their residency. This book lists these individuals and their information. It is a very good source of British immigrants prior to passenger lists beginning in 1820.
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Biography of Carol Brennan Moss for the Ogden Genealogy Conference, February 18, 2012
Carol Brennan Moss
Born: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Graduated from Dunbarton College of Holy Cross, Washington, D.C., with a BA in Biology/Chemistry, 1970 [scientific process is a great help in doing genealogical research]
I joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1974 after meeting and marrying my husband, Brian H. Moss. I began Family History research the next year and have been doing it every since [37 years]. My areas of research interest are the Mid-Atlantic States [Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C.], Michigan, Oregon, and other U.S. states; British Isles, particularly Ireland.
Service in Family History:
- Ward Family History Consultant
- Stake Family History Consultant
- Missionary at Family History Library for 10 Â½ years [1995-2006], U.S./Canada Reference.
- Trainer for the missionaries in all aspects of research for US/Canada.
- Professional researcher 2009-2010
- Employed as Reference Consultant at Family History Library, US/Canada â€“ 2010
- Currently employed at FamilySearch, Research Wiki Community Services