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16 W. Elm St.
Monroe, Ohio 45050
21 years of experience researching in Western Pennsylvania. I also have experience with Delaware, Maryland, Virginia/WVa., Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana research. My area of expertise lies with researching lineages for various societies: First Families of W.Pa.; Mayflower, DAR & SAR, Charlemagne Society, etc. I regularly attend National Conferences, & webinars and am continually gaining new skills to help with your brick wall research and to overcome various research challenges. I completed over 200 jobs on the former Expert Connect service through ancestry.com and have client feedback in the "testimonials" area of my website that you can view. Client references and recommendations are available upon request. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to serve you and I look forward to hearing from you!!
Ag. Lab. Ancestry
Mrs. Mary Date
7 Holmes Grove
Henleaze, Bristol, BS94ED
Tel 0117 9620399 (UK)
Family Histories researched in Bristol, Somerset, Gloucester and Wilts (UK). Full family histories or smaller searches undertaken (civil registration indexes, census, wills, parish register entries). Can provide location photography of houses, churches, headstones, schools, colleges, etc. Family trees can also be drawn from your own research.
Anthracite Genealogy Services
PO Box 4322
Wyoming PA 18644
Pennsylvania research focusing
on the historic Northeastern PA anthracite coal region from Scranton to
Schuylkill County and beyond. Polish/Slavic ancestry and coal mining industry
specialties. Genealogical research
ranges from simple
document searches to comprehensive
family history research, writing and house/industrial property histories.
Bachelor’s degree in history; available to research in Lackawanna, Luzerne,
Schuylkill county, public libraries, historical and genealogical societies,
PHMC archives at Anthracite Heritage Museum, Scranton. Other travel including
Harrisburg facilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Experience
researching in regional and state repositories, leading genealogy workshops.
Please visit website for details.
11700 Dinwiddie Drive
Rockville, MD 20852
Specializing in research and problem-solving for ancestors in Maryland, District of Columbia, Pennsylvania and Virginia as well as other areas. Conducts research at the DAR Library in Washington, D.C., The Family History center (mainly in Kensington, MD), the Maryland State archives in Annapolis, MD, local libraries, historical societies, online at Ancestry.com, and various other websites.
Author of numerous journal articles. Honored as a Fellow of the Maryland Genealogical Society (FMGS). Presently, has been a certified association of the Board of Certification of Genealogists for more than 25 years.
Johnstown, PA 15907
CAMBRIA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. I am available to perform research involving Cambria County, PA. I will search census records; Johnstown City directories; Cambria County newspapers; and Johnstown telephone directories. Extremely familiar with local biographical history books and Johnstown Floods. Performing research since 1986. I teach genealogy classes, receive assignments tracing/locating missing heirs having Cambria County roots, etc. Secretary of local genealogy society since 1987. Visit my website, Cambria Ancestry, or send a SASE for free brochure.
18613 Cooks Rd
Cassville, PA 16623
Historian and educator with over 15 years experience in researching central PA history and genealogy. Specializing in local history and genealogy research (Huntingdon, Bedford, Blair, and Mifflin counties) utilizing resources found in courthouses, historical societies, libraries, and other repositories. Please e-mail or phone to discuss your research requests.
Chester County Archives &
601 Westtown Road, Suite 080
West Chester, PA 19380-0990
Repository of county government
records. Will search birth and death records (1852-1855, 1893-1907), marriage
records (1852-1855, 1885-1930), indexes to wills, administrations and Orphan’s
Court proceedings (1714-1923) and naturalization (1798-1989). Many record indexes available on our website.
Will photocopy specified documents. Contact us for list of fees.
98 Applewood Drive
Fairfield, OH 45014-5298
Your westward bound ancestors probably traveled through Ohio – and may have settled here. If so, you are in luck - Cincinnati Public Library has a genealogical collection ranked fifth in the U.S., and holds all censuses, all states, 1790 through 1930. The LDS FHC here is another prime spot to research; I have been a Patron Specialist here for 19 years – although I am not a church member. Am into my 18th year of teaching how-to classes at University of Cincinnati Continuing Ed, class always filled and with a waiting list. Member, NSDAR, First Families of Ohio. If I can help, let me know.
1829 Meadowgrove Lane
Frederick, MD 21702
I'm a 30+ year full-time professional genealogist who specializes in YORK, ADAMS AND FRANKLIN Counties, PA as well as FREDERICK, WASHINGTON and CARROLL Counties, MD. Many of my ancestors first settled in southern Pennsylvania before moving on to Maryland. I conduct on-site research at the respective county courthouses, archives and libraries. I'm a volunteer on staff at the Historical Society of Frederick County, MD and a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. I provide fast, accurate research results at an affordable rate. Please feel free to contact me by phone, e-mail and/or visit my website.
Mary Catherine Grobis, MA
2723 O'Day Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46818-9729
Certified professional researcher for 30 years- KY, IN, OH, PA, and all New England states. Will research Federal Census 1790-1930, town and county histories, periodicals, passenger ship lists, military, courthouse and cemetery records, family genealogies, directories, Indian records. Research in the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, IN. The Genealogy Center is rated as being only second to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT. It's Mid-West and historical-genealogical periodical collection is rated as being better than that of the Family History Library.
P. O. Box 4921
Harrisburg, PA 17111
Services:Pennsylvania genealogy research specialist with collateral expertise in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. Will conducts on-site research at county court houses and historical/genealogical societies in addition to state and national repositories.
1277 Valley View Road
Bellefonte, PA 16823
I have been researching Central Pennsylvania roots for myself
and others for over 14 years
and have traveled throughout Blair, Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Huntingdon,
Mifflin, and Union Counties. My own personal database contains 253,000+ names
of past and present Central Pennsylvania residents, with extensive documentation.
I will research in courthouses, libraries, historical societies, and am also
available for homestead and cemetery photography, genealogical property
research, research and publications consultation.
Suzanne M. Johnston
4733 Centre Avenue, Apt. 3C
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-1724
Researching only Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. Research conducted at Carnegie Library, City-County Building (wills, marriages), County Office Building (deeds), Archives of an Industrial Society, Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania.
Over 20 years experience as a professional genealogist in Pittsburgh. Editor of the Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society Quarterly. Volunteer at the Catholic Archives & Record Center.
Kline Genealogy & Research Services
Kathleen A. Kline M.S.N., M.S.L.S.
26 Summer Lane
Mechanicsburg PA 17050
Kathleen Kline is a former librarian at the State Library of Pennsylvania, a 2011 graduate of the Boston University Genealogical Certification Program, and a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. Available for genealogy and research projects; with access to the newspaper collection and other records at the State Library of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania State Archives.
230 N. President Ave.
Lancaster, PA 17603
Library and archive of material relating to the history and biography of Lancaster County. Library of 15,000 volumes, family files, microfilm and large archive collection of original Lancaster County documents. Research services available for genealogy and documents.www.lancasterhistory.org/research-services
Lehigh County Historical Society
432 W. Walnut St.
Allentown, PA 18102
We are a library and archive with an excellent collection of Lehigh Valley history and extensive genealogy holdings. Research services are available for materials in our own collection as well as nearby repositories including courthouses, cemeteries, and more. All research is performed by professional historians with extensive genealogical experience.
Cheryl A. Luecke
20 Cameron Road
Willow Grove, PA
Genealogical research for the
legal community to document kinship in court. General probate research, locate
missing beneficiaries and unknown heirs, “quiet” title clearances, adoption
searches. 19 years experience. Research in the Philadelphia and Eastern
Pennsylvania area. Compiler of “A Philadelphia Primer for the Genealogical
Detective”, the companion guidebook for the lecture “Solving the Philadelphia
Research Puzzle”. Member of the Association of Professional Genealogists,
Genealogical and Historical Societies of Pennsylvania and Montgomery County
Roberta P. McMullen (Bobbi)
9 Timberline Drive
Quarryville, PA 17566
Tel: (717) 786-8060
Fax: (717) 786-7009
Member Association of Professional Genealogists. Research in southeastern Pennsylvania-Lancaster County, Chester County and all areas of Pennsylvania at PA State Archives and PA State Library. Specialize in all types of lineage papers including DAR, SAR, Dames, DAC, and 1812.
Kevin D. Milus, Milus Historical Research
2812 Mattlyn Court
Raleigh, NC 27613
B.A.; M.R.P. The Pennsylvania State University. Pennsylvania and Eastern Seaboard Research specialist with experience in the collections of the State Archives & Library, the Pennsylvania State University Library, the National Archives, Library of Congress and the Mormon Family History Library. Specialty areas: Irish, Lithuanian and Roman Catholic research; Residential & Commercial Building History, Cartographic Records, Photographs and Pictures; legislative records. Member Ulster Historical Foundation, Lithuanian Global Genealogical Society. Over 30 years of experience in genealogical and historical research. Research all counties of the Commonwealth with particular expertise in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
385 Manor Drive
Nazareth, PA 18064-9680
Richard Musselman provides full-time research and photography assistance for genealogy, local history, and home/property histories in Northampton, Lehigh, Monroe, Carbon, Bucks and surrounding counties in eastern Pennsylvania. He works regularly in local County Courthouses, Historical Societies, Research Libraries and local sites such as the Moravian Archives in Bethlehem, PA are visited regularly.
Elizabeth Khan, Research Director
299 South Main Street, Suite 1300
Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111
My Genealogist has several full-time researchers who work in Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and throughout Pennsylvania getting copies of vital records, cemetery records, land deeds, probate, and other local records of interest. Many of our researchers often work at the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, NARA, Philadelphia City Archives, and the Pennsylvania State Archives. We are also specialists in African-American and immigration research. Please go to our web-site for more details.
Philadelphia Family Finder
Loretta A. Wallace
2310 Memphis St.
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Genealogy and records research in Philadelphia and nearby counties. Births, Deaths, Marriages, Census, Naturalizations, City Directories, Wills, Deeds, Cemetery Records & Photos, Obituaries, Newspapers, Ships Passenger Lists, Church Records, Historical & Genealogical Society, Latter Day Saints, House Photos and Histories, Irish-American Catholic Specialist.
Elissa Scalise Powell, CG
720 Highpoint Drive
Wexford, PA 15090
Phone: (724) 935-6961
Fax: (208) 379-8555
Elissa Scalise Powell, CGSM, a western Pennsylvania researcher, is a Trustee for the Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG) and adheres to their standards and ethics. She is an instructor for the Boston University's Genealogical Research Certificate program; also the Professional Genealogy Course Coordinator at the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, and was co-coordinator of the Accreditation/Certification Survey course at Salt Lake Institute 2010. She is a regional and national speaker on such topics as Pennsylvania records, methodology, professional development, and society management.
She was a Director for the Association of Professional Genealogists for 6 years; co-edited a cemetery book series and appeared on the PBS-TV show "Ancestors 2" in the cemetery episode. You can see her in a video presentation on the BCG website and a video lecture from the 2009 Professional Management Conference. She is a past-President of two societies, taught a beginning genealogy course at a community college for fourteen years and is a contributing author for many publications.
35 Maple Drive
Etters, PA 17319
With more than ten years o f experience with courthouse records, those of local historical societies and libraries, the PA State Archives, and information contained at the PA State Library, I am able to provide newspaper look-ups and genealogical research from materials at the nearby PA State Library and PA State Archive. My main area of experience is the Anthracite region of Pennsylvania, consisting of CARBON, LACKAWANNA, LUZERNE, NORTHUMBERLAND, SCHUYLKILL, SUSQUEHANNA and WYOMING counties; however I am willing to provide newspaper and county record lookups from all counties of the Commonwealth. My primary interests are the Welsh coal mining community, record indexing, and local railroad history. Examples of my work may be viewed on the USGenWeb project for Lackawanna County.
429 South Moore St.
1869-1972 PENNSYLVANIA MINING
ACCIDENTS, fatal and non-fatal; can provide date, usually miner’s age, name of
mine, and reference source. 1869-1882 eastern PA (anthracite); 1883 through 1940 (nonfatal) and through 1972 (fatal) eastern
& western PA (anthracite & bituminous). Over 283,000 Pennsylvania mining accident records.
No charge if information requested is minimal,
but can provide
cost estimate if information requested is sizeable. I have done extensive historical mining accident
research throughout the U.S.,
Canada and Australia.
1240 N. Pitt St., Suite 200
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: (703) 822-4658
Fax: (703) 842-8656
Specialize in federal, state and local records reviews. Will perform broad, due diligence research or collect specific documentation on a range of subjects, including: military, government agency or corporate issues, city directory reviews, regulatory matters, environmental issues, land records, and historical matters. Our staff is well-versed in the various branches of the National Archives, the Library of Congress, state and local archives/libraries, government and military agency archives/libraries, trade associations, and historical societies. Please note, however, that we do not provide genealogical services.
708 Enfield Rd,
Delray Beach FL 33444
25 years of experience, specializing in North American & Western European as well as African- and Native American.
Doylestown, PA 18901-5447
Fran will search records and
analyze family history from the 1600s to 2000s in Eastern Pennsylvania, with
emphasis on BUCKS, CHESTER, LEHIGH, MONTGOMERY, NORTHAMPTON, and early PHILADELPHIA counties. She lives near the New Jersey
Archives, and will work on families who were on both sides of the Delaware River. With over 35 years experience in many types of family
history related committee
and research projects, Fran is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. Retired after 25 years as library
assistant for the Bucks County
Historical Society, she is a full time researcher.
Dennis W. Wible
535 South Second Street
Emmaus, PA 18049
Genealogical researcher for Berks, Lehigh and Northampton counties.