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About the Author
William Dollarhide, born in 1942, was raised and educated in Seattle. He was an associate architect at Western Washington University for eight years. He currently resides in Salt Lake City, and is employed as a writer with Heritage Quest of Bountiful, Utah. A genealogist since 1971, he started the Dollarhide Systems for Genealogical Records in 1980, and in 1984, he founded the Genealogy Bulletin, a bimonthly magazine which became a publication of Heritage Quest in 1994, and an on-line newsletter in 1999.
In addition to his duties with the Genealogy Bulletin, he writes monographs relating to genealogy, and also writes feature articles for Heritage Quest Magazine. As a genealogical lecturer, he has conducted seminar programs for over 600 genealogical societies. His honors include an Award of Merit from the American Society of Genealogists, and an Award of Appreciation from the National Genealogical Society, for services to the genealogical community.
Ronald A. Bremer was born in South Gate, Los Angeles County, California, in 1937. He first became interested in genealogy at the age of 13. His father's family descends from German, Dutch and English ancestry and his mother's family descends from Swiss, Scotch-Irish, and Welsh ancestry. He attended Cerritos College in California, American University in Washington, DC, and Brigham Young University in Utah. He also attended the eleventh annual National Institute on Genealogical Research in 1961. He has lectured before the major genealogical societies in North America as well as to many libraries. Having conducted over 2,000 seminars, he is in demand as a motivational speaker. Mr. Bremer currently resides in Salt Lake City.