Stephen C. Young was born and raised in London, Ontario. Canada. He earned a Bachelors degree at Brigham Young University in Family and Local History (1985) and a Masters degree in American History (emphasis in Public History) at Bowling Green State University in Ohio (1990) and completed some doctoral work at Wayne State University. An employee of the Family History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 1988, Stephen has enjoyed several assignments during this time in the Family History Library administration, and a special four year appointment (1992-1996) in England supervising the British 1881 Census Project. His genealogical research accreditation in English Canadian research has been active with ICAPGen since 1989, and he specializes in English, United Empire Loyalist and Ontario research and history. Initial interest and experience with genealogical research began in 1979 with the discovery of a previously unknown memoir written by his mother who was born and raised in England, and who had passed away twelve years earlier when Stephen was a young boy. He and his wife, Michelle, have five children.
Stephen C. Young is accredited for research in Canada (General).
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