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Maureen Wlodarczyk

, New Jersey USA

Email: msantiquer@optonline.net
URL: www.past-forward.com


Awards:

2014 ISFHWE Excellence-in-Writing 3rd Place - "Columns";2012 Women's Memoirs "Gratitude" Contest - First Place- Gratitude is Evergreen category for "The Angels of Sligo General";


Specialties:

Genealogical research for clients; Programs & classes in beginning genealogy research, writing one's family history, self-publishing;Speaker addressing a variety of family history topics for organizations, libraries, community education programs, book festivals and events such as history fairs;


Writer:

Books:

Past-Forward: A Three-Decade & Three-Thousand-Mile Journey Home;Young & Wicked: The Death of a Wayward Girl;Canary in a Cage: The Smith-Bennett Murder Case;Jersey! Then . . . Again;

Newspaper/Magazine/Journal/Periodical:

Columnist for Garden State Legacy e-magazine (www.gardenstatelegacy.com);Features writer for Irish Lives Remembered e-magazine (www.irishlivesremembered.com);

Web/Internet Publication:

Post-Scripts Blog (www.past-forward.com/blog)


Biographical Information:

Maureen Wlodarczyk is an author, columnist, genealogist, speaker and blogger (website: www.past-forward.com), an officer with the Flannery Clan based in Dublin, Ireland, a member of the Irish-American Writers and Artists organization and the Genealogical Society of New Jersey. An admitted history addict, Maureen searches for true stories of people and events lost to time, rediscovering and sharing those tales. These fascinating stories of 19th century immigrants, entrepreneurs, social activists and people persevering in the face of daily challenges transport us in a time machine to days long past. She is also an active genealogist available for hire by those seeking to discover their family history and is a frequent speaker and instructor on a variety of genealogical and historical topics.

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