Lianne Kruger

Lianne Kruger

Lianne Kruger is a professional genealogist and speaker specializing in Canada, homesteading (U.S. and Canada), OneName Studies, OnePlace Studies, family history videos, and using technology in all aspects of genealogy such as Google Maps, Google Drive, Word, and Evernote.

She is a member of the board and CFO for She is also on the advisory board for, and has volunteered for over 10 years at Alberta Genealogical Society (AGS). At AGS she served six years as 1st VP, social media chair, and website chair, as well as two years as President of Red Deer Branch and Past President. She earned the AGS President’s award in 2020.

Lianne earned a computer degree and has taught computer software courses since 1982. She earned a Bachelor degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho, which included a Certificate and Associate degree in Family History Research.

Lianne is a frequent speaker at conferences and webinars including RootsTech, Legacy FamilyTree Webinars, FamilyRoots, THE Genealogy Show (UK), Ancestry, WikiTree, NGS, Vivid-Pix, Ontario Ancestors, Alberta Genealogical Society, BIFHSGO and Canadian genealogical societies in five provinces. She has published articles in BYU Studies Quarterly, FamilySearch, Ancestry, LDSTech, SK Translations, ISBGFH, and AGS Relatively Speaking.

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