Archives and Ancestors Lineage Society Research
Archives, libraries, microfilm, online sites and cemeteries are just some of the places that hold clues to unlocking your genealogical treasures. My goal is to work with you to travel these historic trails and meet your ancestors by discovering your family's past.
Lineage societies require documented evidence of a direct ancestor to a specific event or group. For instance the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and the First Families of Tennessee are lineage societies.
Surname Research Beginning Genealogy
Surname research is the process of starting with yourself or a known ancestor and uncovering each generation. If your focus on family lore or to learn more about your family's origins, a surname search is a great place to start.
Do you enjoy listening to stories of family legends told at reunions and holidays? You might wonder if they are really true. Genealogy research can lead you to the confirmation or maybe the clarification of these fascinating peoples lives.