What are you most looking forward to at the show?
I’m most looking forward to meeting people in person who I have “met” on Twitter.
What first sparked your interest in genealogy and family history?
When I was a child, my mother took me with her on genealogy trips to distant relatives and graveyards.
Why is genealogy and family history important to you?
I love solving problems as it’s similar to detective work, completing paper work and filling in all the blanks is my guilty pleasure!
I love teaching others how to use technology in genealogical research, organisation and storage.
If people want to find out more about you, where can they do so?
If you would like to know more about me and my work, I have a blog: IFamilyHisyory.blogspot.ca
I also have a specific blog for computing, which you can read here: ComputareCitus.blogspot.ca
Would you care to share a fun fact about yourself or something that no one else knows until now?
I have been married 32 years! We have five children and twin granddaughters.
I came to England and Scotland in 1970 and during my trip I saw ‘The Mousetrap’ in London and absolutely loved it!
My family and I also did some genealogical research on the trip which was fascinating!
Lianne (left) with her distant cousins in England in the 1970’s
Lianne will be presenting her talks ‘Keeping track of Every Note in Evernote’ on Friday 7 June and: ‘Research and Share with Social media‘ on Saturday 8 June.