- Genealogist obsessed with genealogy, blogging, writing books, technology and affiliate marketing. Involved in all five with website Olive Tree Genealogy http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com plus other sites and blogs. Author of several history & genealogy books, one of the official bloggers at RootsTech 2011 (Technology & Genealogy conference in Utah)Genealogist, Blogger & Author, present
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