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Marilyn Pope

Marilyn, a native of Pennsylvania, began her lifelong involvement in family history the same year she graduated from Penn State University. Shortly thereafter she moved to California and began a career as a high school teacher. For a brief period of time, she also taught genealogical research for Fullerton College. During the time that FamilySearch / Family Tree was being unrolled to the public, Marilyn was living in the Salt Lake City area and serving in the Salt Lake Family History Library where she was both an instructor of genealogical research methods and the teaching coordinator of the program designed to teach genealogical research to missionaries serving in the Salt lake City Family History Library. As FamilySearch / Family Tree has evolved and expanded, Marilyn has kept up with its advancements and is currently the director of training at the Orange County Family History Center where she focuses on teaching classes and sharing information regarding family research, in general, and FamilySearch / Family Tree in particular. Marilyn is married to Donald L. Pope and the mother of their four children.

2014 Sessions with Marilyn Pope

1H FamilySearch Workshop: What’s where and how to use it
Syllabus: Pope14_Whats_Where.pdf
 
2H FamilySearch Workshop: Adding, Editing and Correcting
Syllabus: Pope14_Editing_Family_Tree.pdf
 
3H FamilySearch Workshop: What’s where and how to use it
Syllabus: Pope14_Whats_Where.pdf
 
4H FamilySearch Workshop: Merging Duplicate Records
 
 
5H FamilySearch Workshop: Questions and Answers
 
 


Previous Fairs

2016

2015

2014

2013