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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)
* 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
*Beth Anderson
Master's degree in Library and Information Science. Member of the American Library Association; the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society ; and The Fairfax County Virginia Genealogy Society.

One special area of expertise is Staten Island (Richmond County) New York, plus surrounding areas of New Jersey and other boroughs of the City of New York.

I work at major national libraries and research facilities in Washington D.C., including the Library of Congress, The National Archives, The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library, The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Library, the District of Columbia Library Special Collections, the Fairfax County Virginia Library, and more. These are accessible year-round. In addition, I work at libraries and research facilities on Staten Island,the greater New York City area, Northern New Jersey, and upstate New York, periodically.

$15 per hour and up

Please visit my website at

http://statenislandgenealogy.com

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