Susan K. Skilton, AG®
Susan K. Skilton grew up in California. She is author of Images of America: Moraga, published by Arcadia, a photo history of a Northern California town. She has written articles on genealogical and historical topics in California and New York. Susan has taught German, ESL, and English in college and adult education environments. She holds a B.A. from U.C. Davis and M.A. and B.Ed degrees from the University of British Columbia. She serves as Research Director at a historical society, and is a member of APG and of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Susan works as a Genealogist for AncestryProGenealogists in the San Francisco office of Ancestry. Susan is accredited for research in the United States Pacific States Region.
“Correcting the Identification of Rachel Quackenbush, Child Captive During King George’s War,” published in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, July 2017.
“Identifying the Parents and Siblings of Maria de la Cruz Sibrian, an Early Resident of Contra Costa County, California,” published in The California Nugget, Spring 2019.