Caroline Gurney is giving a short paper at RQG Conference 2021 on “What genealogists and social historians can learn from each other”
Caroline Gurney QG is a professional genealogist whose work includes family and house history, tracing living people, DNA analysis, and research for businesses, authors, and the media.
She has a 1st class honours degree in History and a Master’s degree with Distinction in Family and Local History and is currently researching for a PhD at the University of Bristol on Bristol’s Jewish community in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Caroline writes a quarterly column on English genealogy for British Connections and is an international speaker on genealogy skills and sources. She is a Director of the Register of Qualified Genealogists.
To find out more about the RQG conference and to book a free place: https://www.qualifiedgenealogists.org/2021-conference