Diane Florence Gravel

P.O. Box 1386
40 Horse Pasture Lane
Thornton, New Hampshire 03285
USA

Business Phone: (603) 398-2360
Email: dianeflorencegravel@gmail.com
URL: www.dianegravel.com

Contact between 09:00 am to 04:00 pm Eastern Time


Certifications:

Certified GenealogistSM CGSM


Specialties:

General Methodology
New England Research, with emphasis on New Hampshire


Lectures:

  • Beyond the Census: Fleshing Out the Families of the 1790 Census
  • Branches on the Tree: A Beginner’s Guide to Genealogical Research
  • Court Records: Ancestors in Community
  • Guilty as Charged! Strange and Unusual Punishments in Early America
  • Internet Genealogy: Separating the Trash from the Treasure
  • Using Land Records to Establish Relationships
  • Profiling Your Civil War Soldier with the Published “Official Records”
  • New Hampshire Historical Society: A State Treasure
  • New Hampshire Research: Online and Onsite
  • Obscure and Neglected Sources: New Paths to Genealogical Success
  • Probate Records: Enough to Wake the Dead!
  • The Neighbor’s Diary: Buried in the Pages of Manuscript Collections
  • When the Trail Turns Cold: New Strategies for Old Problems


  • Speaking Conditions:

    Will develop new lectures upon request
    No audio or video taping unless prior arrangements are made with the speaker
    No home housing accepted


    Previous Engagements:

    National Genealogical Society 2014 Annual Conference
    New England Regional Genealogical Society 2013 Annual Conference
    New Hampshire Society of Genealogists 2013 Fall Meeting
    Faculty, 2015 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
    New England Regional Genealogical Society 2015 Annual Conference


    Bio:

    Diane is a full-time professional genealogist and lecturer. She is a graduate (with honors) of NGS’ American Genealogy: A Basic Course, and attended both the Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research (Advanced Methodology and Military Records) at Samford University and the National Institute on Genealogical Research at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Prior to becoming a genealogist, she had nearly two decades of experience in the legal field. She has lectured at the local level, as well as at state, regional, and national conferences. Diane co-edited Volume I of New Hampshire Families in 1790, and is currently working on Volume II of that project. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), is the Vice President of the New Hampshire Society of Genealogists, and has been a trustee of her local library since 2003. She is also a past-president of the New England Chapter of APG.

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