Our Members

Members of NEAPG are all members of the Association of Professional Genealogists and charge fees for their services. They adhere to the APG Code of Ethics. Each genealogist supplied the information regarding his/her areas of specialization and services provided. If you are interested in the services of one of the professional researchers listed, please contact him or her directly. Researchers will respond with information about fees and services.

*Neither the New England Chapter nor APG assumes responsibility for research work contracted through this listing.*

Credentials:

CG = Certified Genealogist. CG is a service mark of the Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG), used under license after periodic evaluations by the Board. See www.bcgcertification.org.

FASG = Fellow, American Society Genealogists; used only upon election to the Society. See www.fasg.org

       AG® = The Accredited Genealogist® and AG® are registered marks of the International Commission for the Accreditation of                               Professional  Genealogists (ICAPGen.org). Genealogists meet the competency standards established by ICAPGen.


Linda Abrams

24 Berwick Rd., Longmeadow, MA 01106-2612

(413)-567-1710, (413)-567-1710 (fax)

E-mail: lcasearch@aol.com

Accepting Clients: Yes


Claire Ammon

Claire Ammon Genealogical Services

PO Box 505, Lincoln, MA 01773

203 974 9598, 888 862 5053 (fax)

E-mail: claire.e.ammon@gmail.com

Web: www.claireammon.com

Accepting Clients: Yes


D. Andrews

Bridget’s Well

Woburn, MA 01801-4435

207-505-1657


Erin Apostolos

The Genealogy Librarian

New Hampshire

5083202279


Alex Auty

32 Colony Cove Rd.

Durham, NH 03824

603-781-1790

E-mail: alexauty@gmail.com

Accepting Clients: No


Jenifer Kahn Bakkala

JKB Genealogy

Northborough, Mass.

E-mail: JKBGenealogy@gmail.com

B.A., Connecticut College

Research specialties: Massachusetts, New England, New Jersey, England, Scotland.

Freelance researcher, writer, and editor.

Author of An American Family: Four Centuries of Labor, Love, and Reward, (Newbury Street Press, 2018).

Accepting Clients: No


Christine Bard

11 Brickyard Drive, Litchfield, NH 03052

(603) 424-0961

E-mail: bardc@comcast.net


Catherine Bence

456 Forest Street, Dunstable, MA 01827

978-877-7860

E-mail: CLBence@gmail.com

Web: www.stillnotalice.com

Areas of Research: New England (especially Massachusetts), 19th Century England.


Blaine T. Bettinger

639 Village Blvd S, Baldwinsville, NY 13027

315-427-6285

E-mail: blainebettinger@gmail.com

Web: www.thegeneticgenealogist.com


Suzanne Betts

Norwalk, CT


Kathryn Smith Black

237 Central Street, Acton, MA 01720

978-263-0937, 978-729-1917

E-mail: ksb832@verizon.net

Accepting Clients: No


Anne Borg

Newton, MA 02461


Diane Boumenot

One Rhode Island Family

202 Milton Road, Warwick, RI 02888

 


Michael Brophy

Brophy Professional Genealogy & Heir Searching

198 Patricia Drive, Abington, MA 02351

781-738-2671, 781-878-0720 (fax)

E-mail: mbrophy@brophygen.com

Web: www.brophygen.com

Accepting Clients: Yes


Mary Burdick

39 Hersom Street

Watertown, Mass. 02472

617-923-8831/617-833-5784

E-mail: mgburdick@gmail.com

Boston University Certificate in Genealogical Research.


Sara E. Campbell

Remembering Ancestors
8 Maple Ave, Erving MA 01344

413-522-3468

E-mail: rememberingancestors@yahoo.com

Blog:  http://rememberingancestors.blogspot.com

Lecturer, instructor, author, editor. Please see available topics listed on the blog, or we can customize a presentation to your location or event.

Publications: “Six Generations in Otsego-A Colman Family History” 2018, “All About Erving” 2017, “Boyhood Memories of the Old Erving Schoolhouse #3” editor, 2017 

Accepting Clients: Yes, for lectures, workshops, school groups K-12

 


Jerry Carbone

Whetstone Brook Genealogy

45 Whetstone Dr., Brattleboro, Vt. 05301

802-579-5959

E-mail: jerry@whetstonegenealogy.com

Web: whetstonebrookgenealogy.com

University of Texas at Austin, MLS; Boston University Certificate in Genealogical Research

General genealogical research; Researching Italian ancestors (Italian vital records portal, Il Portale Antenati); Vermont genealogical research; Research in Colorado and Wyoming; Research in 19th Century Spiritualism; 19th Century Brattleboro Water-Cures.

Talks: “Finding My Roots: A Genealogical Journey” (Jan 2017); “Navigating the Portal for New England Genealogical Research: AmericanAncestors.org,” (September 2017); “Navigating the World’s Largest Free Genealogical Database: FamilySearch.org,” (February 2018).

Volunteer activities: Author Selection Committee, “Brattleboro Literary Festival,” 2002-current;” Leadership Committee, “People, Places, and the History of Words in Brattleboro, Vt.,” “The Words Project;” 2017-current.

Publications: “Spiritualism in Brattleboro, 1886-1889: One Man’s Contact with the Afterlife through Letters,” Vermont History, Vol. 86, No. 1 (Winter/Spring 2018): 31–45.  [Book Reviews on various Reference Sources], “Reference Books Bulletin,” American Library Association, Booklist, (1992-2015).

Languages: Italian (Limited)

Accepting Clients: Yes


Brent N. Chadwick

Knox Trail Ances-Tree

P.O. Box 35 East Otis Ma. 01029

413-441-7080

E-mail: knoxtrailancestree@gmail.com

Web: knoxtrailancestree.com

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research

Research Specialties: Berkshire Co. Ma., New England area, military research.

Other Specialties: Word and Excel

Publications: “Macro-Inserted Citation Templates In MS Word,” APGQ Sept 2017.

Accepting Clients: Yes


S. Chapman

1 Stop Genealogy

Connecticut

860-209-7070

E-mail: Sherry@1StopGenealogy.net

Web: www.1StopGenealogy.net

Accepting Clients: Yes


Laura Cleary 

Ipswich MA 01938

978-356-2752

E-mail: lhcleary@comcast.net

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research; B.A. Political Science Holy Cross College; MBA Babson College; MA History Salem State College

Accepting Clients: No


Lora L. Coble

New Hampshire

Accepting Clients: No


Louise Crespi

Weymouth, Mass.

781-337-1493

E-mail: loucresp@comcast.net

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research; B.A. (Sociology)

A full-time family genealogist with 25 years experience in researching. I endeavor to help people connect with their family tree. Interest of a sociological nature includes the Irish Diaspora and its impact on Irish Americans in Boston and Cape Cod.

Research Specialty: Irish American; Italian American; House Histories; Civil War

Time Period Specialty: 19th Century; 20th Century

Geographic Specialty: MA; Cape Cod; Boston; Ireland; Northern Italy

Author/Writer

Accepting Clients: No.


Denise Cross

53 Village Court, Berlin, MA 01503


Heather Dubnick

HD Editorial, Publishing, and Research Services

39 Dodge St. #356, Beverly, MA 01915

9789693122, 5089326955


Robert Erland

17 Albemarle Street, Boston, MA 02115

617-433-7612

Military, Naturalization, Italian American, Emigration & Immigration

US States & Territory Specialties: NY

International Specialty: Italy

Publications: “Who IS that witness?,” NGS Quarterly, Apr-Jun 2011, Vol. 37, No.2; “Henrietta Kelley: Eddie Cicotte’s Mystery Woman,” Society for American Baseball Research, Black Sox Committee Newsletter, Dec 2013, Vol. 5, No. 2


Tim Firkowski

The Genealogy Assistant

9 Cross Rd., Henniker, NH 03242

(603) 748-0577

E-mail: tim@thegenealogyassistant.com

Web: www.thegenealogyassistant.com

Historian, Librarian, Photography, Web Designer

French-Canadians, Ontario, Quebec, Canada, Poland

My name is Tim Firkowski, I have been around since 1963 and I am hoping that you will allow me to bring your family history to life.
I have been doing genealogy research on my family since 2002. My father was born in Poland in 1942, but my grandparents left Poland when he was six months old. Since he came to the U.S. with his parents and sister, he has always tried to find someone with his same last name in the U.S. during his travels, and was never successful. My interest in genealogy began by meeting Lukasz Firkowski from Poland on ICQ. In two years of research, we located 1300 members of our family, in four years 2300 were located. Thousands of hours were spent in gathering information and “assembling” the family. The First Firkowski Family Reunion was held in Poland in 2004. Family members attending numbered 202 from six countries at that First Family Reunion. The story of our research has been featured in five Polish newspapers, and two radio programs in Poland.
I enjoy the challenge of searching and solving problems. From early on in life I had an interest in computer programming, which developed into my interest in website design. My interest in photography has followed me since I was a child.

Services Provided: I can: – Organize family data – Perform genealogical research, specializing in Polish & American Canadian research – Historical Research of a place ancestors lived – Consultations – Photography of tombstones, houses, churches – Travel to gather information or photos – Create a website for family data or your genealogy business

My language accomplishments include: studying eight years of Spanish, one year of French, learning German while living in West Germany for two years, & at present I am learning Polish.


Michelle B. Fontaine

Connections Research

McLean, Virginia

E-mail: michelle@connectionsresearch.net

Web: connectionsresearch.net

Certificate in Genealogical Research, Boston University

Time Period Specialty: 18th Century, 19th Century

US States & Territory Specialties: MA

US Region Specialty: New England;

Repositories: DAR Library, NARA in DC

Accepting Clients: No


Margaret R. Fortier, CG

100 Station Landing, #1012, Medford, MA 02155

508-414-1595

E-mail: mrf@ourchateau.net

Certificate in Genealogical Research, Boston University

Researcher, lecturer, and writer focusing on immigration to New England, and Italian-American and French-Canadian ancestry.

Publications:   “Communicating Strategically to Build Your Business,” APG Quarterly 32 (June 2017); “Not Bound By Convention: The True Identity of William Kenney of Boston, Lynn, and Nahant, Massachusetts,” MASSOG 40:1 (2015-16); “Visualizing Information for Client Reports” – APG Quarterly 29 (June 2014),

Languages: French

Accepting Clients: yes


Paul Friday, CG

P.O. Box 430, Mont Vernon, NH 03057

603-673-2843, 603-673-2843

E-mail Address: searchne@gmail.com

Web: www.search-ne.com

NGS American Genealogy: A Basic Course, BYU certificate program in North American Genealogy (17 credits), Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research, Samford University: Intermediate Genealogy and Advanced Methodology and Evidence Analysis, National Institute for Genealogical Research, Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy: Business Program and Advanced Methodology

Research interests include: complex problem cases, kinship determination, and New England research.

Research Specialties: Paleography

Time Period Specialty: 18th Century, 19th Century

US States & Territory Specialties: NH

US Region Specialty: New England

Publications: “‘Deaths & Burials 1780-1806,’ Reverend Curtis Coe’s Records for Durham, New Hampshire,” The New Hampshire Genealogical Record 27 (January/April 2010): 11–26; “Explaining Errors: Three Deaths or Only One on 2 July 1850 at Temple, New Hampshire,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 98 (September 2010): 211–18; “New Hampshire Historical Society Manuscript Collections: Valuable Finds in Finding Aids,” The New Hampshire Genealogical Record 28 (January/April 2011): 63–74; “Using Indirect Evidence to Determine the Parents of Roxana (Hood) Weed (1821–1888),” Vermont Genealogy 17 (Spring 2012): 37–46; “Manuscript Collections at the Connecticut Historical Society,” The Connecticut Nutmegger 45 (June 2012): 81–90.

Accepting Clients: Yes


Nora Galvin, CG

Aunt Lizzie’s Trunk

36 Livingston Street, Bridgeport, CT 06605

(203) 362-2232;  (475) 298-3388

E-mail: auntlizzie@snet.net

Web: www.auntlizziestrunk.com

With Ohio roots and Irish heritage, I now research in Connecticut. In addition, a 5-year residence in Arlington, Massachusetts, gave me familiarity with facilities in the Boston area. I have a fondness for researching Irish immigrants. My academic background in biology has led me to two previous careers–teaching secondary-school science and a 16-year stint as a laboratory research scientist at a major pharmaceutical company. I bring a scientist’s intrinsic curiosity and attention to detail to my genealogical research. My scientific background gives me qualifications and experience in the field of DNA research. My teaching background has prepared me for lectures and presentations. My genealogy experience ranges from simple look-ups of vital records, gravesites, and probate records to researching entire families and performing heir searches.

Editor, Project Management, Author/Writer, Lecturer/Seminars

Genetics, Heir Searcher, Catholics, Irish American, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New England, Ireland, Boston, Cincinnati, New York City.


Sandra Goodwin

Goodwin Genealogy Productions

Massachusetts

E-mail: maplestarsandstripes@gmail.com

Web: www.maplestarsandstripes.com

Podcasting, lectures, instruction, Lecturer/Seminars

Colonial, French-Canadians, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New England, Quebec

Accepting Clients: No


Diane Florence Gravel, CG

PO Box 1386, Thornton, NH 03285

(603) 398-2360

E-mail: dianeflorencegravel@gmail.com

Web: www.dianegravel.com

Instructor, Lecturer/Seminars, Court Records, Land Records

New England

Co-editor, New Hampshire Families in 1790

Accepting Clients: Yes


Mary Ellen Grogan

9 Joy Street, Boston, MA 02114

617-367-4968; 617-733-3211


Emily H. Hackett-Fiske

A Link To Your Past

Williston, VT 05495

E-mail: alinktoyourpast@gmail.com

Web: www.alinktoyourpast.com

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research

Research Specialties: Adoption, Court Records, Land Records, Forensics, Lineage Societies

US States & Territory Specialties: NH, VT

US Region Specialty: New England

Accepting Clients: Yes


Stephen Hartwell

Hartwell Genealogy Services

137 Chestnut St, North Reading, MA 01864

978-337-8630

E-mail: shartwell5@verizon.net

Web: shartwell.com/services

Boston University Certificate in Genealogical Research, Salt Lake City Institute of Genealogy

Genealogy Research, Website Design, DNA Analysis, Scanning and Photography, Lecturer

Accepting Clients: yes


Pamela Guye Holland

Genealogy by Pam Holland

133 Elmwood Rd. #2

Swampscott, MA 01907

978-808-4967

E-mail: Research@genealogybypamholland.com

Website: http://www.genealogybypamholland.com/

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research

My research specialties are Irish and Genetic Genealogy, including DNA results from AncestryDNA, Family Tree DNA, MyHeritage and 23andMe.  I also have expertise in New England, New York (both city and state) and German research. I have been conducting genealogical research since 2001 and work with private clients and as a Research Services genealogist at the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS). I also am available for lectures, please see my website for more information.

18th Century, 19th Century, OH, MA, NY, New England, New York City, Cleveland, Ireland

Author of: “It Started with a Cough: A Month of Mourning for the Ritter and Blackett Families Living in Boston Highlands, Massachusetts,” MASSOG 36 (Fall 2012): 83-92; “A Broken Man: The Life of Birney Jay Pratt of Huron, Ohio,” published in Ohio Genealogical Society Quarterly 55, no. 1 (Spring 2015): 40-43.

Accepting Clients: yes if not a member of NEHGS


Diane Isaacson

Historical Research Service, LLC

97 Woodland Drive, Marlborough, MA 01752

508-395-9547

E-mail: Dianei@aol.com


Seema-Jayne Kenney

Ancestral Books, Legacy, & Education

P.O. Box 888, Upton, MA 01568

508-400-3931

E-mail: inquiry@Seema-ABLE.com

Web: www.Seema-ABLE.com

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research, ProGen

 A wife, mother of 3, and entrepreneur, Seema is an experienced software instructor and a professional genealogist. Based on over 20 years of research, her known roots are deep in New England as well as England, Germany, and Sweden.
Seema is an active member of several societies and part of the NERGC planning committee.
Seema is also certified as a Guided Autobiography Consultant and a Legacy Planner.

Services Provided: Assist in creating something to compellingly relate your life experience and family history to your descendants.
Books created from your existing research notes and family papers in your preferred format – pedigree; genealogy; lineage; something custom.

Legacy Planner certification enables me to assist in passing your ethics & values throughout your family – facts are interesting; values reveal personality!

Educator – presentations available at beginner and intermediate levels for many types of audiences – in person and remotely.

Additional Services Offered: Editor, Author/Writer, Instructor, Lecturer/Seminars, Compiler/Indexer, Oral History/Interview.

Research Specialties:

Publications: Vena’s Roots: An Anderson/Boothby Family History

Repositories: Anything within the triangle formed by Boston/Providence/Worcester

Languages: Studied Spanish and French

Accepting Clients: Yes


Polly FitzGerald Kimmitt, CG

Kimmitt Genealogical Research

1 Kemble Drive, Shrewsbury MA 01545-1690

508/842-8850, 508/981-3840

E-mail: polly@kimmittgenealogy.com

Web: www.kimmittgenealogy.com

Blog: https://pk-pollyblog.blogspot.com

Researching since 1989, taking clients since 1998. Completed the NGS Basic Course in American Genealogy. Regularly attend institutes such as NIGR, IGHR, SLIG, and GRIP.

Services Provided: Brick wall problems, military repatriation, lineage society applications, and determining home town of immigrants.

Research Specialties: Repatriation, Irish-American, Emigration & Immigration, Lineage Societies

US States & Territory Specialties: Massachusetts

US Region Specialty: New England

International Specialty: England, Ireland

Repositories: MA Archives, NARA, NEHGS, AAS, BPL, MA VRs, Mass Hist. Soc., Massachusetts County Registries of Probate and Deeds, FHL.

Languages: Italian, French, read Spanish and Portuguese.


Nancy C. Levin, CG

14 Sienna Lane, Natick, MA 01760

781-449-9158, 781-856-0412

E-mail: NCLevin1@gmail.com

Board-certified since 1997. Full-time professional genealogist specializing in Jewish family history research. Published author and experienced lecturer. Substantial world-wide research experience, including 19th– and 20th-century U.S., Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Galicia, Netherlands, and more.

Services Provided: Researching, lecturing, writing, consulting.

Additional Services Offered: Author / Writer, Historian, Lecturer / Seminars

Research Specialties: Jewish, Emigration & Immigration

International Specialty: Eastern Europe, Lithuania, Austria-Hungary, Belarus, Ukraine, Poland

Accepting Clients: Yes


Katherine Kearney Lowrie

E-mail: kklowrie@gmail.com

ProGen completed

US States & Territory Specialties: PA, NJ, MA

US Region Specialty: New England

Accepting Clients: No


Barbara Mathews, CG, FASG

P.O. Box 399, Lexington, MA 02420-0004

781-424-1467, 781-862-0065, 781-862-7139 (fax)

E-mail: barbara@demandinggenealogist.com

Web Address: www.demandinggenealogist.com

Additional Services Offered: Editor, Author/Writer

Research Specialties: Colonial, Lineage Societies

Time Period Specialty: 17th Century

US States & Territory Specialties: NE, MA, VT, CT

US Region Specialty: New England


Beth Finch McCarthy

BFM Research

14 Foxwood Lane, Northborough MA 01532

508-393-1884; 508-981-1884

E-mail: bethfmcc@bfmresearch.com

Web: www.bfmresearch.com

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research

Colonial, Lineage Societies, 17th Century, 18th Century, Massachusetts, New England

Instructor, Compiler/Indexer, Photographer

Accepting Clients: Yes


Carol McCoy

Find-Your-Roots.com

 71 Willow Grove Road, Brunswick, ME 04011

207-373-0318

E-mail: Cmccoy3333@aol.com

Web: www.find-your-roots.com

President of Find-Your-Roots, based in Brunswick, ME. I help people find their ancestors and create a family history. I also help people learn how to do genealogical research by coaching, giving workshops and lectures. Member of the Board of Directors of the Maine Genealogical Society. Past president of the Greater Portland Chapter of the Maine Genealogical Society. My background in psychology helps both in conducting research and in understanding the importance of family history and family stories to people. I was born in Westchester County, N.Y. and lived in N.Y.C. for many years. I have now lived in Maine for 25 years and have developed a deep appreciation for Maine and its history.

African-Americans, Land Records, 19th Century, ME, WV, NH, MA, RI, VT, CT, NY, Mid-Atlantic, New England, Portland (Maine), New York City, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia

Author of: “The Windham Almshouse Rules” in Maine Genealogist, Feb 2016, Vol. 38 No. 1, p. 39. “Managing a Small Human Resources Development (HRD) Department: You Can Do More Than You Think” (Jossey-Bass, Inc., 1991); “Managing the Small Training Staff” (American Society for Training and Development, 1998)


Julie Michutka

75 Lexington St.

Burlington, MA 01803

781-223-6840

E-mail: jmichutka@gmail.com, michutka@bu.edu

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julie-michutka-03697118

University of Michigan, BA and MA in Latin; Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research

Academic Professional at BU, Genealogical Research Certificate Program (teaching and course development)

Teaching Assistant at Excelsior College, Genetic Genealogy course

My areas of research interest include New England and especially Massachusetts; Slovakia; immigration; and genetic genealogy.

Languages: Latin

Accepting Clients: No


Tricia Mitchell

Tricia Mitchell Genealogy

Boston, Mass.

207-650-0552


Kathy Moehl

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research

Time Period Specialty: 18th Century

International Specialty: Ireland

Repositories: National Library of Ireland; National Archives of Ireland; Registry of Deeds, Ireland; General Register Office

Accepting Clients: No


Shellee Morehead, Ph.D. CG

2 Haywood Rd., Coventry, RI 02816

(401) 826-2966; (814)933-7474

E-mail: shellee@shelleemorehead.com

Web: www.shelleemorehead.com

DNA Project Administration and Consulting, Client Research, Lectures and Workshops, Author/Writer, Instructor, Lecturer/Seminars

Italian American, French-Canadians, 19th Century, 20th Century, RI, CT, New England, Italy

Published in RI Roots and NEHGR

Languages: Italian

Accepting Clients: Yes


Susan O’Connor

508-397-8414


Bryna O’Sullivan, PLCGS

Charter Oak Genealogy

Middletown, CT 06457

(860)316-8200

E-mail: Bryna.O_Sullivan@alumni.tufts.edu

Web: www.charteroakgenealogy.com

Certificate in Genealogical Research, Boston University Center; Professional Learning Certificate in Genealogical Studies (Canadian Records), National Institute for Genealogical Studies. MA History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. MA Theology (Church History), Holy Apostles College and Seminary.

Services: Client Research in CT, Luxembourg-American, Canadian. Lineage Society Applications. French to English Genealogical Translation. Instructor/Lecturer.

Publications: “Expanding Your Business: Genealogical Translation.” The ATA Chronicle XLVI, no 4. (July/August 2017): 21-23. “Susanne’s Missing Children,” Minnesota Genealogist 46, no. 2 (summer 2015):11-14. “Sometimes (Almost) All the Families with a Surname are Related” APG Quarterly XXX, no. 1 (March 2015): 26-27. “Confederate pension applications: a resource for nineteenth-century African-American Genealogy,” NGS Magazine 38 (April-June 2012): 39-43. “IN-GENious! The 1890 Veterans Schedules and Genealogical Research,” Indiana Genealogist 23 (March 2012): 27-29. “Durham Public Library Long a Labor of Love,” Killingworth-Middlefield-Durham Patch, 11 December 2011. “Durham Christmas Tree Farms Have Deep Roots,” Killingworth-Middlefield-Durham Patch, 28 November 2011. “Middlefield’s History Buried in the Old North Burying Grounds,” Killingworth-Middlefield-Durham Patch, 29 October 2011. “Using the Census to Build Your Family Tree,” Killingworth-Middlefield-Durham Patch, 5 October 2011. “Discover History at the Durham Fair Museum,” Killingworth-Middlefield-Durham Patch, 23 September 2011. “A Second Look at the First Durham Fair Association Board,” Killingworth-Middlefield-Durham Patch, 21 September 2011. “Tracing Your Family Tree,” Killingworth-Middlefield-Durham Patch, 29 August 2011. “Dear ‘Master David;: A Letter from an African American in the Confederate Service,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 96 (September 2008): 223-232. “Radiologist in a Top Hat,” Tufts Medicine 66 (Summer 2007): 12-13.

Accepting Clients: Yes


Brent M. Owen

42 Wells Farm Drive, Wethersfield, CT 06109

860-529-9506, 860-529-9506 (fax)

E-mail: brentmowen@sbcglobal.net

US States & Territory Specialties: ME, CT

Publications: In various journals, including The American Genealogist, The Maine Genealogist, The Connecticut Nutmegger, and, The Nova Scotia Genealogist. Also,in Maine Families in 1790.


Lori Lyn Price, MAS, MLA

Bridging The Past

E-mail: bridgingthepast@gmail.com

Web: BridgingThePast.com

We help genealogists connect to their ancestors, with an emphasis on colonial New England, by teaching genealogists the tools and resources they need to use social history to personally connect with their ancestors.

Accepting Clients: speaking engagements only


Diane Rapaport

P.O. Box 204, Lexington, MA 02420

781-698-7884/ 781-861-6744 (fax)

E-mail: Diane@DianeRapaport.com

Web: www.DianeRapaport.com

Linked In: www.linkedin.com/in/dianerapaport


Richard Reid

Friends of Irish Research

15 Burkeside Ave., Brockton, MA 02301

(978) 660-5041

E-mail: friendsofirishresearch@gmail.com

Web: www.friendsofirishresearch.org

Irish research, Eastern Canada, conquering brick walls, lectures, training, software and tech support, website development, author.

Accepting Clients: Yes


Dave Robison

Old Bones Genealogy of New England

PO Box 164, Chicopee, MA 01020-0164

413-237-1634 (fax) 413-642-1393

E-mail: dave@oldbones.info

Web: www.oldbones.info

Certificate in Genealogical Research, Boston University, completed ProGen

Hundreds of hours of research for family, friends and clients over the past 18 years. Hundreds of hours of volunteer work with the Museum of Springfield History and Archives; research clinics and coaching at local libraries and genealogical societies, NERGC 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2021. Currently working toward Certified Genealogist status.

17th Century, 18th Century, 19th Century, 20th Century, MA, RI, CT, New England

Instructor, Lecturer/Seminars, Oral History/Interview/consultation

Accepting Clients: Yes


Jennifer Shoer

Reconnecting Relatives LLC

40 TJ Gamester Ave,Portsmouth, NH 03801

603-234-7294

E-mail: jshoer@reconnectingrelatives.com

Web: www.reconnectingrelatives.com

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research

Reuniting individuals and families with their roots and relationships, lost or forgotten.
Assist clients in locating individuals, living and deceased.
Determine property and estate ownership descent.
Retrieve records from local, state and national repositories.

Research in diverse library and archive collections, including original records and online databases.
Use current historical and genealogical research methods including the Genealogical Proof Standard.
Scan, archive and organize photos and documents.
Digitally restore images.
Transliterate Russian and Hebrew. Translate basic Russian, German and French.
Proficient in Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Bridge and Lightroom; Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint.

Research Specialties: Migration, Heir Searcher, Military, Naturalization, Holocaust, Neighborhood Reconstruction, Court Records, Jewish, Emigration & Immigration, Land Records, Forensics

Time Period Specialty: 19th Century, 20th Century, ME, NH, MA, New England, Boston.

Accepting Clients: Yes


Charlene Key Sokal

10 Burgess Road, Worcester MA 01609

508-753-3100; 774-232-0502; (fax) 508-753-7240

E-mail Address: csokal@charter.net

25 yrs. experience as Reference Librarian, Reference Supervisor in Genealogy and Local History Worcester Public Library

Genealogical & Historical Research, Historian, Librarian

German American, 19th Century

IN, PA, MA, NY

Accepting Clients: Yes


Michael Spellmon

PO Box 97, Old Mystic CT 06372

(860) 326-9838

E-mail: fiveelgins@gmail.com

Accepting Clients: No


Michael Lee Stills

Missing Roots Genealogy

10 Platt St., Bristol, RI 02809
(303) 921-1936
E-mail: Michael@MissingRoots.com
Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research
Public Presentations
Accepting Clients: Yes

Jenny Eaton Tonks, M.A.

Accredited Genealogist®

North Brookfield, Massachusetts

Web: Jenessere.com

Accreditation, Italy region (ICAPGen.org); ProGen 17 Graduate; ProGen 36 mentor

Degrees: B.A. in genealogy from Brigham Young University (Italian research specialty); M.A. in English from Northern Arizona University (professional writing/biographical literature specialties)

Languages: fluent in Italian, proficient in documentary Latin and various Italian dialects

Accepting Clients: Yes


Linda Tseitlin

Liaisons Genealogical Research Services

18 Pine Street, Peabody, MA  01960

Phone: 781-584-2142

E-mail: Linda@liaisonsgenealogy.com

Website: www.liaisonsgenealogy.com

Boston University Certificate Program in Genealogical Research

Linda is located on the historic North Shore, north of Boston, with access to repositories in the greater Boston area and southern New Hampshire. A former journalist and writer, she has been researching her family for more than 35 years. She balances careful research with an interest in the stories that bring forgotten ancestors to life.  Family history research and writing.  French Canadian, German, Eastern European.  Oral history.

Languages: Able to translate from Russian to English.

Accepting Clients: yes


Robert Lincoln Ward

4 Northwood Drive, Orleans, MA 02653-4822


Ann D. Watson, M.Ed.

Family Pictures Genealogy

1765 Main Street, New Haven, VT 05472

802-453-5821

E-mail: ann@familypicturesgenealogy.com

Web: www.familypicturesgenealogy.com

Facebook: facebook.com/familypicturesgenealogy

Twitter: @FamilyPixGen

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research – fall 2015, GRIP summer 2016, summer 2017; ProGen study group finished November 2017. BA in History from University of Vermont, M.Ed. in Library Media Education from University of Vermont.

Vermont genealogy, Writing your family or ancestor’s story

Memberships: NEGHS, NGS, APG, Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society, Genealogical Society of Vermont, Massachusetts Genealogical Council.

Accepting clients: Yes


Mark Wentling

Wentling Research

6 Highland Glen Dr., Randolph, MA 02368

781-223-0300


Robert Cameron Weir

Yourigins

Dover, New Hampshire

E-mail: rob@yourigins.com

Web: www.yourigins.com

Boston University, Certificate in Genealogical Research

Research Specialties: New England

I can help you break through your research brick walls, confirm family legends, prepare applications for lineage societies and provide one-on-one coaching and group instruction. Clients come to me with their hardest problems and I relish the challenge.

Accepting Clients: yes


Jennifer Zinck

Ancestor Central

47 Silver Street, North Granby, CT 06060

203-871-9821

E-mail: jenzinck@gmail.com

Web: www.ancestorcentral.com

DNA.