Professional Genealogists who specialize In Vermont ResearchEdit This Page
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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|
| Accredited, University Degrees in Genealogy and Family History, Awards and Certifications
|| Decades of genealogy research experience
|| Free Consultation!
|| Located near the famous Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.|
Association of Professional Genealogists (APG)
Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG)
Vermont Historical Society
National Genealogical Society
Catherine Desmarais, CG, is a full-time professional genealogist, with more than 12 years of genealogical experience, 5 years working for clients.
Whether you are just beginning to discover your family’s story, are an experienced researcher, or are in the legal community and need kinship reconstruction, Stone House Historical Research will build a professionally researched and well-documented family history for you. We love working on brick wall problems.
Let us unearth your family's foundation!
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
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|
|* Genealogists.com|| ICAPGen, APG, BCG, FamilySearch Certifications, university degrees in Family History
|| Hundreds of years of combined experience
|| $50-$60/hr, varies
|| Vermont genealogists available for research on location.|
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