Linda is a member of the New England Historical Genealogical Society and the Association of Professional Genealogists. She holds a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University.
Simple search (one name)
Extended family research (up to 4 generations)
Family Trees (in conjunction with research)
Heirship cases (for lineage in Probate issues)
CONFIDENTIAL | FRIENDLY | PROFESSIONAL
Genealogist: A person who traces or studies lines of family descent (Oxford Languages)
What do we do?
We are a client-friendly, professional organization in the business of connecting families since 1979. We research your deceased ancestors and interpret the facts which the records prove to be true. Whether you need a simple death certificate, or a marriage license, or something more extensive, we are pros at getting things done.
Where do we do it?
Located in a tiny town in New Hampshire, we are centrally located to provide maximum coverage of all New England states as well as some of New York state. We focus our search to greater New England, i.e., Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut to provide the best service we can. While we have skills and assets to research worldwide, we concentrate on the intricacies of our specific area.
What is our specialty?
The New England states and some of New York state are served by our service. While some records may cross into other states, we follow the trail until we reach the goal you have set for us. We may need to reach out to colleagues in other states.
What does it cost?
We charge a flat hourly rate plus expenses in the event there is travel, documentation, or overnight stays. We always consider the client’s goals before we entertain thoughts of long overnight stays, and are conservative with a focus on getting the information you need.
How long does it take?
Every case is different, and each client has different needs. Simple look-ups could take a few hours where more complex goals may take months. Your goals direct us.
What do we need from you?
Each research case begins with information that the client already knows. Often it is a memory, a journal entry, a letter, or someone else’s tale of a situation they recall. Providing us with the best recollections you have, as well as any dates or documents helps us find your family without duplicating someone else’s work. Constant communication assures us of accurate conclusions.