Meyers, Kelvin L
A fifth generation Texan and professional forensic genealogist since 1996, Kelvin is a frequent speaker to genealogical societies and family associations throughout the United States. After being employed for ten years in the Genealogy Department of the Dallas Public Library, Kelvin now has a solo practice as a forensic genealogist serving clients that include probate attorneys, trust department of banks, the US Immigration Service and energy companies. He also specializes in southern brick wall problems for clients.
Kelvin is a 1989 and 1990 alumnus of the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research at Samford University and has returned to IGHR as lecturer. In 2016 he co-coordinated with J. Mark Lowe, “A Swing Through the South” at SLIG (Salt Lake Institute of Genealogical Research).
He is a past board member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, a past President of the Lone Star Chapter of APG, and a founding member for the Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG).
Kelvin has recently published Research in Texas for NGS (National Genealogical Society) Research in the States series. Kelvin also currently serves as the chairman of the history and archives committee for First United Methodist Church in Dallas.
- Course Nine — Research in the South: Trans-Mississippi South
- Course Ten — Genealogy as a Profession