Sara's Genealogy Research
Sara's Tip of the Month:
What will happen to your family research when you die? This is an issue that comes up every now and then and to be honest, I have yet to make a decision as to where my research will go.
Sadly this has come up again with the knowledge that a distant cousin, Kathy Binder Gair, has passed. There were four of us cousins who shared our family history research back and forth over the last 15 years or so, Now there are only two of us left!
Kathy was someone I would never have known if I wasn't researching our family tree and I will always be grateful for her timing. She emailed me one day which led to us meeting in a mall parking lot near my Dad's family during a visit to Michigan. She was so enthusiastic!
Over the years, she would call me when she found some tidbit of information that most people could care less about but for Kathy the hunt was the best part of genealogy. I remember one time she was telling me about a photo of one of our ancestors that had been seen hanging in a hotel near Bad Axe, MI so that was her next research trip that she was taking. These research trips she went on were always entertaining to hear about. RIP Kathy, you will be sorely missed!
Interested in getting your family's genealogy researched or do you need help solving a brick wall in your own research?
We can help! Sometimes all you need is a fresh pair of eyes to see what you have been missing in your family history. Consultations via email are free. Just tell us what you already know and what you want to know!
With over 17 years of extensive US genealogy research experience along with a localized history in German, Italian, Portuguese, Irish and Swedish records, we can handle most any type of genealogy research you are interested in. Your family's history could be just a click away, contact us to see what we can do for you.
Services include minimal to extensive family history research with the flexibility to handle special situations on a case by case basis. Costs are based on hourly research fees and expenses, which are always extra. Clients are kept informed along the way and given options when available, we strive to keep costs to a minimum.
Areas of Specialty:
Ohio, Michigan, Indiana,
Pennsylvania & New York
We do family history research all across the US with vast experience in the Midwest as well as the Northeast.
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