Mary E.Vassel Hill was born in Norwalk, Connecticut. She obtained a BA in Family and Community History and an MLS from Brigham Young University. Mary joined the teaching staff of BYU as an instructor in Family History and genealogical research in 1992. In 1995 she joined the staff of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City as a cataloger in Spanish and Portuguese. In 1998 Mary joined the US/Canada reference staff, and is an instructor in various aspects of genealogical research. She is an accredited genealogist in Eastern and Southern states research, and is a sought after speaker at genealogy fairs and conferences. The workshop she developed on setting up a paper filing system in this day of the computer has been particularly popular.
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