Kyle J. Betit, BS (Biology) is a professional genealogist, lecturer and author residing in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was a co-editor of the popular journal The Irish At Home and Abroad, and is co-author of A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Irish Ancestors. Kyle is an Instructor for the U.S. Internet genealogy certificate course program offered by the University of Toronto and the National Institute of Genealogical Studies.
If you have onsite research to be completed but are unable to make a trip this year, I do recommend Kyle, who will be traveling overseas from July 25th through Sept 5th. Ol’ Myrt has interviewed him and other members of ProGenealogists, Inc. for her internet radio show & podcasts. I think the idea here is to hire Kyle to look at obscure records not available on microfilm.
Here’s today’s announcement about Kyle’s trip and research service.
Onsite Research by Kyle J. Betit in Ireland, Poland, and Ukraine
Dates: July 25th to September 5th, 2007
Location: Ireland, Poland, and Ukraine
Research will be conducted in major archives in Ireland, Poland, and Ukraine, as well as on-site in ancestral villages, towns, and townlands. Mr. Betit has extensive experience researching in these countries. Costs vary and will depend on the location. You will receive a free onsite research estimate. Call or email if you have ancestors in these
countries, because onsite research is often the most efficient way to get the answers you seek.
Call or email Kyle J. Betit before June 25, 2007
RSVP: Phone Kyle J. Betit at 800-596-3230 or
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Kyle J. Betit is Vice President of Research for ProGenealogists, Inc.
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