Claire V. Brisson-Banks, BS, MLIS AG® 

Owner of Timeless Genealogies, a provider of ancestral and forensic research services. Many out of copyright books on DVD are available for purchase, with some publication dates going back to the 1700s.

Her personal Genealogy and Family History area of expertise are Technology, Social Media, U.S., Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Brick Walls with an “added emphasis” in working with and Involving Youth in Family History and Genealogy. TG has additional research consultants who specialize in other areas around the world which allows for worldwide research services.

She is Accredited in England and Mountain States Research, and is the author of “The Social Media Guide for Ancestral Research: Using Web 2.0 Strategies.” She writes for multiple publications and blogs, is published in the Library Journal and assisted with the development of multiple pages in the FamilySearch Research Wiki concerning “Youth”, U.S. and the U.K. Wiki pages.

She lectures on a variety of topics connected to libraries, genealogy, family history, youth and technical computer skills. Her lecturing has taken her across the United States, and overseas to England and Australia.

Due to her current educational commitments, she is on leave from many of the genealogical groups she has helped throughout the years. 

In the academic field, she was an Adjunct Professor at Stevens-Henager College and taught various courses connected with Computer Information Science and is a past Adjunct Professor at  Family History Online Courses for BYU-Idaho.  Claire is active in the genealogical, academic and library communities and organizations. She loves spending time with her family, reading and enjoying a good movie.