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&nbsp; &nbsp;My interest in genealogy began many years ago through the many stories from my grandmother. &nbsp;As a young child she would often tell me detailed accounts about specific ancestors. &nbsp;In 2003 I began researching our family history on my own. &nbsp;In doing so, I realized a passion and I have never stopped. &nbsp;I am constantly searching and learning new avenues to take. It's like a treasure hunt for me and every new clue leads me that much closer to the next.  
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&nbsp; &nbsp;My interest in genealogy began many years ago through the countless stories my grandmother would share. &nbsp;As a young child she would often tell me detailed accounts about specific ancestors in such a way that I felt as though I were there. &nbsp;In 2003 I began researching our family history on my own. &nbsp;In doing so, I realized a hidden passion and I have never stopped. &nbsp;I am constantly searching and learning new avenues to take. It's like a treasure hunt for me and every new clue leads me that much closer to the next.  
  
 
&nbsp; &nbsp;It's because of my love for searching and finding answers about my family that has brought me to where I am today. &nbsp;I feel one of the greatest gifts you can give someone is their family history. &nbsp;If I am able to provide or aid in finding some piece of information that helps an individual in their ancestral quest than I am overjoyed.  
 
&nbsp; &nbsp;It's because of my love for searching and finding answers about my family that has brought me to where I am today. &nbsp;I feel one of the greatest gifts you can give someone is their family history. &nbsp;If I am able to provide or aid in finding some piece of information that helps an individual in their ancestral quest than I am overjoyed.  

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Kristian Page Connley

kconnley@insightbb.com


   My interest in genealogy began many years ago through the countless stories my grandmother would share.  As a young child she would often tell me detailed accounts about specific ancestors in such a way that I felt as though I were there.  In 2003 I began researching our family history on my own.  In doing so, I realized a hidden passion and I have never stopped.  I am constantly searching and learning new avenues to take. It's like a treasure hunt for me and every new clue leads me that much closer to the next.

   It's because of my love for searching and finding answers about my family that has brought me to where I am today.  I feel one of the greatest gifts you can give someone is their family history.  If I am able to provide or aid in finding some piece of information that helps an individual in their ancestral quest than I am overjoyed.


Areas of Genealogical Research

  • Ohio
  • Kentucky
  • Virginia
  • Illinois
  • Missouri
  • Indiana