User:Charlottenoellechampenois1

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Charlotte Noelle Champenois[edit | edit source]

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Education & Credentials[edit | edit source]

  • BA, Brigham Young University: Family History–Genealogy and German Studies, with minors in both Editing and Scandinavian Studies

Employment & Service[edit | edit source]

  • German and Scandinavian Research Specialist at the Family History Library (in Salt Lake City, UT)

Presenter at the following Conferences and Seminars[edit | edit source]

Upcoming Presentations:[edit | edit source]

  • San Diego Genealogical Society German Interest Group (online), April 2021
  • International German Genealogy Conference (recorded classes), July 2021

Past Presentations:[edit | edit source]

  • RootsTech (recorded classes), February 2021
  • Family History Library German Handwriting Seminar (online), October 2020
  • Sacramento German Genealogy Society Virtual Fall Seminar (online), October 2020
  • Family History Library German Paleography Seminar (online), October 2019
  • International German Genealogy Conference (Sacramento, CA), June 2019
  • Federation of Genealogical Societies (Fort Wayne, IN), August 2018
  • International German Genealogy Conference (Minneapolis, MN), July 2017

Classes & Webinars[edit | edit source]

  • Who Is Guillaume, and Where Is Wilhelm? Overcoming Translated Given Names
  • Finding Records Online for Germans in Alsace-Lorraine
  • Kirkebøger og folketællinger på Danish Family Search
  • Kirkebøger på Arkivalieronline
  • MeyersGaz kennenlernen
  • German Paleography Seminar (Old German Script Alphabet; Reading German Civil Records)
  • Poznan Marriage Project
  • Alsace-Lorraine Research
  • Schleswig‐Holstein Germans: Finding, Searching, and Browsing Online Census Records
  • Schleswig-Holstein Censuses
  • Family History Research in the Territories of Modern Austria Since 1500
  • Mecklenburg Censuses
  • Württemberg Family Books
  • Danish Church and Census Records: Using Dansk Demografisk Database (ddd.dda.dk) and Arkivalieronline to Find Your Ancestors

Genealogical Publications[edit | edit source]

Co-Author

  • Champenois, Charlotte Noelle, and Roger P. Minert. "An In-depth Look at Matricula-Online: An Invaluable Tool for Genealogical Research of Catholics in Germanic Europe." Der Blumenbaum 38, no. 3 (March, April, May, June 2021): 127–134, 139–140. (In press.)
  • Minert, Roger P., and Charlotte Noelle Champenois. Austrian Family History Research: Sources and Methodologies. Orting: Family Roots Publishing, 2019.
  • Crandell, Jill N., and Charlotte N. Champenois. "The Immigrant Ancestors Project: Gathering and Indexing 900,000 Names." Genealogy 2, no. 4:51. https://doi.org/10.3390/genealogy2040051

Research Collaborator

  • German Immigrants In American Church Records, volume 33: Cincinnati Ohio Protestant II. Ed. Roger P. Minert. Orting, WA: Family Roots Publishing, November 2020.
  • German Immigrants in American Church Records, volume 31: Southern Ohio Protestant. Ed. Roger P. Minert. Orting, WA: Family Roots Publishing, October 2020.
  • German Immigrants in American Church Records, volume 30: West Central Ohio Protestant. Ed. Roger P. Minert. Orting, WA: Family Roots Publishing, July 2020.
  • German Immigrants in American Church Records, volume 29: Dayton Ohio Protestant. Ed. Roger P. Minert. Orting, WA: Family Roots Publishing, July 2020.
  • German Immigrants in American Church Records, volume 28: Northeast Ohio Protestant. Ed. Roger P. Minert. Orting, WA: Family Roots Publishing, December 2019.
  • German Immigrants in American Church Records, volume 26: Northwest Ohio Protestant. Ed. Roger P. Minert. Orting, WA: Family Roots Publishing, 2019.
  • German Immigrants in American Church Records, volume 25: Missouri (St. Louis VI). Ed. Roger P. Minert. Orting, WA: Family Roots Publishing, 2018.
  • German Immigrants in American Church Records, volume 24: Missouri (St. Louis V). Ed. Roger P. Minert. Orting, WA: Family Roots Publishing, 2018.

Languages[edit | edit source]

  • Danish: native speaker
  • German: speak, read, and write
  • Latin, Swedish, Norwegian: genealogical reading ability

FamilySearch Class Handouts & "How to" Guides[edit | edit source]

FamilySearch Learning Center Videos[edit | edit source]