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Below is a list of professional researchers who offer fee-based family history services to help patrons find ancestors in this State.
|Researcher or Business||Credentials, Professional Associations||Hours Worked for Clients||Genealogical Experience||Hourly Rate Range||Notes & Links (limit 140 characters)|
|| 50 years
| Accredited, University Degrees in Genealogy and Family History, Awards and Certifications.
|| Thousands every year since 2004.
|| Cumulative decades of genealogy research experience.
|| Free Consultation! Rates vary by project.
|| Located near the famous Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. Onsite researchers in Massachusetts available as well. Call 801-783-1277 or email queries to email@example.com.|
|NH Genealogist|| Member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, New Hampshire Society of Genealogists, New England Historical Genealogical Society, and the National Society of Genealogists
Owner: Amylynne Baker-Santagate
|| ICAPGen, APG, BCG, FamilySearch Certifications, university degrees in Family History, NEGHS, Massachusetts Society of Genealogists
|| World's largest family history research firm with hundreds of years of experience
|| Free quote and consultation
|| Massachusetts genealogists available for research on location.|
Tara A. Fantauzzi
|M.A. in History from SUNY Albany, 2011; B.A. in Anthropology SUNY Albany; APG; D.A.R. Nat'l #913308 Schenectada Chapter; member of Phi Alpha Theta history honors society; member of Lambda Alpha anthropology honors society||Thousands||
Learn more about my academic and professional background at my website
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|Located close by the capital of New York State --Albany, New York, U.S.A. also located very close by the Loudonville Family History Center|
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