Apryl Cox, BA, MBA, AG®, is a professional researcher and lecturer who has been researching and teaching family history for 20 years. She is an Accredited Genealogist® in England research through the International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists, internationally recognized as ICAPGen. She is also a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists.
Apryl frequently lectures and teaches at national, state, and local conferences and events. Topics typically reflect her areas of keenest interest – methodology, English probate records, and lesser-used records of England. She developed an England Research course which covers the four major record groups of England for beginners and extends to important, but lesser-used records for intermediate-level genealogists. Apryl loves teaching others about genealogical research no matter what the setting - large conference halls or small classrooms. For the past 18 years she has taught numerous genealogical classes and provided consultation with class members to identify their ancestral lines.
Apryl currently conducts client research, lectures, and teaches genealogy classes at Brigham Young University. She serves as an ICAPGen commissioner and co-chair of the ICAPGen Testing Committee. During 2010, she coordinated a mentoring seminar, authored mentoring lessons, and taught classes which have assisted more than 400 genealogists who are interested in receiving credentials.
Apryl’s areas of specialty include England, early LDS ancestry, and the U.S.
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