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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)

*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! Fees range from $60/hr - $75/hr.
Located near the famous Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
* Above The Branches Genealogy APG, New York Genealogy Society, Indiana Genealogy Society, Pennsylvania Genealogy Society, Berrien County Genealogy Society
12 Years
 Brickwall Genealogy, US Research
Native American Research
African American Research
Immigration
Jewish Research
Canadian Research
UK Research
European and Scandinavian Research
South American Research
Australian Research
Record Services
Looking for an elusive birth, death or marriage record

$25 to $50(Please contact)


 http://www.abovethebranches.com/Home.html


*Darlene Anderson Genealogy and Research Services
APG, Indiana Genealogical Society, Global Alliance of Professional Genealogists
5 years professionally, and my own genealogy research since 1978
US Research, Courthouse and Library onsite Research, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Brickwall Research, Transcription Services, Organizing Genealogy Research, Family Interviews, Missing Heirs Research
$25 to $55 per hour, plus expenses. Contact me with any questions.

WEBSITE:

http://www.darlene-anderson.com/

EMAIL:

darlene-anderson@hughes.net


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