Welcome to the 51st annual BYU Conference on
Family History and Genealogy

July 30–August 2, 2019

Held at the BYU Conference Center in Provo, Utah

Keynotes this year will be 

Tuesday - Elder Cecil O. Samuelson Jr.

Cecil O. Samuelson Jr.

Wednesday - Stephen J. Valentine

Stephen W. Valentine

Thursday - Dan Debenham from Relative Race

Dan Debenham

The 51st annual BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy will offer more than 100 classes, including a free track, this year on WEDNESDAY, for Family History Consultants, allowing participants to gain new skills and helpful information. Class topics include:

  • FamilySearch 
  • Writing Your Family History
  • Online Genealogy and Technology
  • DNA Research
  • Organizing, Preserving, and Sharing Photos
  • Southern/African American Research
  • ICAPGen ® 
  • US Research
  • Methodology, Records, and Resources
  • International Research
  • Emigration/ Immigration Research
  • Military Research

ICAPGen Luncheon

The International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists (ICAPGen) is pleased to once again host a networking luncheon at the annual BYU Genealogy Conference. This networking luncheon provides an opportunity for those with a serious interest in genealogy to eat and talk with Accredited Genealogists and get more insight as to the application and testing process, as well as learn more of the practical benefits of achieving the AG® credential.  It also allows for discussion about research strategies and tough research problems.  It is a great way to end the conference.

We want to invite you to join us for this event.  We hope to have many Accredited Genealogists in attendance to help interested candidates learn more about becoming part of our group.

Lunch will be held on Friday, August 2nd, the concluding day of the conference.  The location will be in the Harman Building Ballroom B-C.

The ICAPGen Luncheon is $20 and this year will feature BYU Catering's Chuckwagon Round-up. Gluten-free and Vegitarian options are available when you register.

  Pre-registration is required, as the catering service requires a final head count prior to the start of the conference.