Wednesday, August 23, 2017

IGS Names 3 New County Genealogists and Legislative Chair

The Indiana Genealogical Society is pleased to announce the appointment of three new Indiana County Genealogists and a new chair for the Legislative Committee. Indiana County Genealogists (ICGs) act as a liaison between the IGS District Director representing that area and the local societies and individuals in that county. The Legislative Chair works to monitor legislation in Indiana that can impact the genealogical community.

Steve Smith, Hendricks County ICG
Steve Smith is currently working at the Danville Public Library in the Genealogy Department helping patrons with their family history in Hendricks County. He has worked with the Hendricks County Heritage Project contained on the Indiana Memory website. Steve is not only a member of several genealogical and historical societies, he also belongs to the  Association of Professional Genealogists.

Margaret "Peggy" Biltz, Kosciusko County ICG
Peggy Biltz is a volunteer with the Kosciusko Historical Society. She has been doing research for over 30 years, and helping others for more than four years.

Teresa K. Price, Boone County ICG
Tersea  is currently the President of the  Boone County Genealogical Society, she has a enormous amount of knowledge of the records in the Boone County recorder's office. Teresa has been doing research for over 40 years. 

Michael Maben, Legislative Chair
Michael Maben is Immediate Past President of the Indiana Genealogical Society. He is an Associate Librarian and Lecturer in Law at the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University.

Contact information for all of the current ICGs and information about the ICG program can be found on the IGS website.

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