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Debbie Latimer, AG; has worked for the Family History Department since 1984 in a number of areas, including Ancestral File Operations, United States/Canada Reference & British Reference desks. She is currently the supervisor of the Historical Families Unit which was the former Medieval Families Unit. Her accreditation areas are England and Mid-Western states. She has done in-depth research in Scottish records; German research extending the 1841 immigrant back to the late 1600s personal and client research in English records.
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<br>Debbie Latimer, AG; has worked for the Family History Department since 1984 in a number of areas, including Ancestral File Operations, United States/Canada Reference &amp; British Reference desks. She is currently the supervisor of the Historical Families Unit which was the former Medieval Families Unit. Her accreditation areas are England and Mid-Western states. She has done in-depth research in Scottish records; German research extending the 1841 immigrant back to the late 1600s personal and client research in English records.  
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Debbie Latimer, AG; has worked for the Family History Department since 1984 in a number of areas, including Ancestral File Operations, United States/Canada Reference & British Reference desks. She is currently the supervisor of the Historical Families Unit which was the former Medieval Families Unit. Her accreditation areas are England and Mid-Western states. She has done in-depth research in Scottish records; German research extending the 1841 immigrant back to the late 1600s personal and client research in English records.


United States flag.png This user lives in the United States Genealogy.
Utah GA Logo.jpg This user is a member of the Utah Genealogical Association.
 
Flag of Germany.png This user is of German ancestry.