My name is Catherine Anne Meades and Cameo Family History is the result of my love of telling the stories of ordinary people from the past.
I have a degree in Chemistry and a career of over 35 years in the chemical information and chemical regulations sectors. I have been involved with online data searching since its earliest, pre-internet, days and I have massive experience in research across a range of subjects which I am now bringing to the field of genealogy.
Following attending a five-week family history course at my local library in 2008, I discovered a passion for the subject and the process of finding out about people in the past which grows as I learn more about the subject and which led me to found Cameo Family History.
I also have experience in presenting and training and, as my friends and family will testify, I love nothing more that talking about family history research and the discoveries I have made.
Believing that proper training is the basis of professionalism, I have completed the Correspondence Course in Genealogy of the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies and have achieved the Higher Certificate in Genealogy.
I am an Associate of AGRA, the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives. (http://www.agra.org.uk/ )
I am a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG, www.apgen.org )
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