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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 Country

Researcher or Business Credentials, Professional Associations Hours Worked for Clients Genealogical Experience Hourly Rate Range Notes & Links (limit 140 characters)
*Daniel R. Jones Accredited Genealogist, BA in Family History/Genealogy (BYU) Over 10 years of solid client research resulting in the identification of more than 300,000 individuals More than 20 years of experience, including over 1000 hours in dozens of German archives as well as countless hours at the Family History Library $40.00 email: gublerjones@yahoo.com
*Thomas H. Hutzelman
Working professionally for 3 years.  Did many projects through the former Expert Connect program at Ancestry.com
30 years experience working on microfilm, in original records, and working through researchers in Germany.
$40.00 including most expenses

email is:  flextom@roadrunner.com
For more information, visit the web site for Global Alliance of Genealogy Professionals.  www.gaogp.com -  search for members, click on H and read my writeup.

*Legacy Tree Genealogy

www.legacytree.com

Accredited, University Degrees in Genealogy and Family History, Awards and Certifications
Thousands
Decades of genealogy research experience
Free Consultation!
Located near the famous Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.


* Genealogists.com

genealogists.com

ICAPGen, APG, BCG, FamilySearch Certifications, university degrees in Family History
Thousands
Hundreds of years of combined experience
$50-$60/hr, varies
Germany genealogists available for research on location.

 

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