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A professional genealogist can trace your ancestors back through the generations, along the way uncovering geographical origins, family circumstances, and even unexpected relationships.
Most of our ancestors didn’t leave behind autobiographies or diaries to give insight into what their lives were like. But the historical record is full of small clues—if you know where to look. By piecing together strands from various sources, a professional genealogist can provide composite pictures of the lives that your ancestors led.
A professional genealogist can go directly to archival sources, obtaining copies of original records to give you proof of family connections and history. These documents also give you and your family a living record to pass down to future generations.
Planning to do the actual research yourself, but not sure where to begin? A professional genealogist can point you in the right direction—and save you a lot of time and money.
– Bob, California, USA
– The Gordons, Ohio, USA
– Barbara, Missouri, USA
– Elizabeth, Kansas, USA
– Lisa, Washington, USA
– Larry, Maryland, USA
By establishing where our ancestors lived as well as their occupations, we open so many doors to learn more about the lives they led.
Deeds & land sales can shed light on families, their relationships, and their movements. Court records likewise can establish financial & family circumstances.
Whether a marriage announcement, an obituary, or simply making the local news, ancestors can show up in small ways that say a lot about the lives they led.
Birth & death certificates, marriage licenses, divorce records, adoption files, and wills can be treasure troves of information on family relationships.
Military records can provide a window not only into your ancestors’ service & their roles within particular military conflicts, but also can reveal family background & circumstance.
Naturalization & immigration records, passenger lists, travel records, local histories…there are so many records and documents that can reveal pieces of the past and form composites of your ancestors.