Every family tree has one – a genealogy nut, that is. After 20 years of serious research on over 300 families, I still haven’t gotten my fill of seeking the answers, so compelling to family historians. I never will. With every uncovered secret, at least two more questions develop. That’s the beauty of it all. Suffice it to say, I’m in it for the long haul. I am committed to genealogy and the development of quality research tools designed to make family history more accessible to genealogy nuts like you and me.
Consider these books or e-books for inclusion in your library. Both are priced for those of us who still try to convince our friends and family that genealogy is “just a hobby”. They’re also all indexed and come with helpful tips on how to further your research. The indices for all of my personal publications are included on the Our Publications page. Take a look and see if you find a familiar name.
Consider me for researching your family history. Well, okay, I admit it. I gave up pretending that genealogy was “just a hobby” a very long time ago. I’ve invested thousands of dollars in resources that have been very useful to me through the years. I’m also within 1/2 hour of three of the best genealogical libraries in the State of Missouri. In addition, I live close to Warren, Montgomery and Gasconade courthouses should you need fast and professional research in those county seats. These resources, persistence, and a lot of ingenuity learned 20 years of researching my own family tree, will get you from zero to sixty in no time. $25/hour + costs. E-mail me if you think that I can help you in this manner.
Need help translating genealogical material? If it’s in Dutch, German, French, Italian or Spanish, I can provide you with a full transcription fast and economically. The quality of the document that you need translated will affect how long or how difficult the process will be, so I price translations on a bid basis. Good translations don’t have to be expensive!
Consider my website for advertising your self-published volumes. Nothing sells better than the web. The more quality resources I can make available to fellow genealogists, the better I can serve my customers. Use that trusty contact us button.
Consider my equipment for your own self-publishing needs. As publishers go, I’m a small fry. But, if you’ve got a volume of genealogy-related material that you need copied and prepared economically, I understand the dilemma. E-mail me and tell me what you need to get the job done.