Caron Primas Brennan

Caron Brennan





Caron Primas Brennan loves history, biography, puzzles and a good mystery, which makes her perfectly suited to genealogy research!  A 6th grade school project got her interested in researching her own family tree.  Her special areas of genealogical interest are Colonial America, Prussian and Norwegian research along her family lines as well as DNA projects.

Caron belongs to several local and regional genealogy groups as well as being a member of the Genealogical Speakers Guild and a Professional Member of the Association of Professional Genealogists.  She is currently the Registrar for the Anan Harmon Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the Revolution (DAR) and Facilitator for the Chicago Region of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG).  She previously held Board positions at the Illinois State Genealogical Society, the Chicago Genealogical Society and CAGGNI (the Computer-Assisted Genealogy Group of Northern Illinois).  She has been teaching at the Newberry Library in Chicago and speaking at local libraries and genealogical societies for over ten years with consistently excellent feedback.