Where research and travel intersect

My genealogy research has taken me all over the United States. I've been in the basement of a Norwalk, Connecticut funeral home looking at a ledger from 1915, aimlessly wandered the largest cemetery in New Rochelle, NY, browsed employment records at Michigan Tech, met and interviewed family members in Utah, and of course I've also spent many hours in the larger repositories and the smaller court houses all over the Southeast. I love travel, and I love that genealogy gives me so many reasons to visit new places while learning about the people who once lived in them. Helping others achieve their goals is my passion. It's what motivates me every day. I would be honored to help you on your genealogy journey - whether you just need a record pulled the next time I'm heading to a place, or you want someone to produce a research plan and travel road map to get the most out of your research trip.

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