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Image:DunnPB 98.jpg   Phillip Dunn, B.A. (British Local History), A.G.®, APG
== [[Image:DunnPB 98.jpg]]   Phillip Dunn, B.A. (British Local History), A.G.®, APG ==
Phillip is a genealogist with nearly 30 years professional experience in genealogical research procedures and is an  experienced missing persons/heir-tracer, formerly for two major UK corporations and, more recently with a local law firm. The son of English parentage, he has lived, studied and lectured in the UK, and is a specialist in especially Londonand 'Home' (surrounding) counties, Lancashire and Cheshire, England's big cities, the West Midlands counties, military, British subjects abroad, Nonconformists (i.e. Presbyterian , Roman Catholic & Huguenots), England West Midlands, Emigration, and England's big cities Probate research.
=== Education ===
Accredited Genealogist® in Scotland: 2007-present&nbsp;&nbsp;ICAPGEN, Salt Lake City, UT&nbsp;<br>Currently working towards AG® in Ireland, late 2010 - with ICAPGEN, Salt Lake City, UT
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=== Experience ===
*Sr. Research Consultant, British Research Unit, The Family History Library: 1998-present
*Sr. Project Manager, Family Records Extraction 1993-1998 [England 1851, Canadian 1881 censuses, Temple Ordinance Index, 1880 US census, Ellis Island Index projects; Key learnings: We'll&nbsp;produce&nbsp;far <u>''more''</u> Indexes ''<u>faster</u>''&nbsp;by&nbsp;extracting/indexing ''<u>only</u>'' the critically&nbsp;''<u>necessary</u>''&nbsp;fields in each record type, i.e. 'Imaged originals far outweigh recreating whole record and all its genealogical fields when images of the original document are/will be available online? Ford Mustang' model? or big Cadillaca Lincoln?]
*Family History Center Support Specialist over British Isles and (old) Commonwealth countries, N. Europe and South Pacific FHCs 1991- 1992
*British Correspondence Specialist 1982-1991
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