Those Who Went Before

Let me help you tell their stories.....

 
Research Specialist utilizing online
and onsite resources
The use of the Genealogical Proof Standard, "GPS" entails "...a reasonably exhaustive search in reliable sources..." Research in land records, probate records and court records supplements the basic genealogical information found in census and vital records. Newspaper snippets may also provide a unique view into an ancestor's past. Tying all of these pieces together using historical maps gives my clients a complete picture of their ancestors. My experience in all of these areas, coupled with my tenacity to "find the answer" will assure you of a rewarding family research experience.
beautiful old documents
Cras Temperest Quisnine Sodales Purus Mollis Amet

Probate Records

Land Records

Historic Maps

Newspapers

New to genealogy?  Not sure where to start?  My free one hour initial consultation may help.  Let's talk ... tell me what your expectations are.... ask the question... and I will give you an honest evaluation of your project.

Have you already done some research?  Or alot of research ... and now you are at that proverbial "Brick Wall".  Maybe a new set of eyes .... a new perspective ... will be able to knock that wall down.   Contact me and let's see what we can do...

genealogy today

Interest in family history and curiosity about our roots has been broadened by the hugh success of the recent television series Who Do You Think You Are

The ongoing development and accessability of digitalized records brings genealogical resources as close as our home computers

bio
bioJo Arnspiger

35 plus years of genealogy research experience

award winning author

an inquisitive mind

a love affair with technology

the quintessential genealogist
Bridge To Yesterday
Beautiful family histories created by combining professional genealogical research with out- standing graphic design to produce one of a kind heirloom Ancestor Albums.  Company owners, Cafi Cohen and Cheryl Storton.

My Family History Blog

My Family Research

 

those who went before