One-on-One help in Genealogy

The following members have offered to help you in your genealogy research in a one-on-one setting. There is no charge for this service.  It's a member benefit!

Please contact these volunteers directly to set up your appointment and tell them where you found their name:

Sue Benoit
suelou5@yahoo.com
  • Will provide help with using the FamilySearch website and HeritageQuest for researching your ancestors.
  • Will provide help with obtaining free genealogy forms and showing how to begin your family research by filling them out, such as pedigree charts and family group sheets.
Joanne Reade
Pam Eichin  (till May 1, 2014)
  • Getting organized in Genealogy
  • Navigating Ancestry
  • How to interview for your family tree
  • Extensive Scrap Booking for our family tree
Marla Vincent 
  • How to get started in genealogy
  • How to figure out where someone belongs in your tree
Barbara Schweizer
  • Will help Newbies looking for help with 19th century Irish in MA
Nancy De Nise
Call 508 432-6072
  • Experienced researcher willing to help you with all aspects of your research.
David Martin
davidchina_2000@yahoo.com
  • Help in applying to Lineage Societies
  • Research on Colonial Ancestors
  • Cape Cod Genealogy
  • Southeastern MA Genealogy
Bruce Hill
bwhill1947@gmail.com
  • Basic help in getting started on Ancestry

Jack Keating
jk23020@gmail.com or 508-694-7551

  • Computer research in Massachusetts & New Brunswick, Canada
  • Using Ancestry
  • Using Family Tree Maker software for your genealogy
Timothy Wolcott  
  • Introduction to using Ancestry
  • Starting with known information and using it to discover unknown information
  • Basic use of Barnstable Registry of Deeds free online to find land history and owners
  • Basic instruction to garnish the most from U.S and  State Census Records, vital records
Robert Ward
arlinkwa@yahoo.com
  • Using the Genealogical Proof Standard in your genealogical research.
  • Citing your sources as footnotes and bibliography.
  • Formatting your genealogical summary in New England Historic Genealogical Register style and in National Genealogical Society Quarterly style.
  • Using non-genealogical sources in your genealogical research.
Bebe Brock
crosby1635@gmail.com
  • Cape Families including descendants in other NE States
Joan Frederici
joanfred4@comcast.net
  •  General genealogical research
  •  Irish research, including "How do I find where in Ireland my ancestors came from?"
  •  Basic help in using Roots Magic software
James W. Gould, PhD
jgcotuit@gmail.com or 508-428-8267
  • I would be glad to help you get started on your Family History, regardless of origin.  I've been at it for 80 years, with families from Canada, England, Ireland, Germany. Portugal and Spain.
  • I can help particularly with Cape Cod history, to get the background setting of your family, their occupations and houses.
Barbara Collins
  • I can help people identify local library holdings and Interlibrary Loan possibilities via Massachusetts Virtual Catalog which should get better this summer and the WorldCat. I can identify books and materials at the BPL and Histgen.
  • I do read and write German.    I am really challenged with Sütterlin script, but I do read Fraktur as well as, of course, modern German in Roman type.  There are people who have been able to master Sütterlin in the German SIG, but I think they do not have German.  If they can transliterate to Roman letters, I can probably translate if the transliteration is correct. 
  • I do personally have subscriptions to Ancestry and American Ancestors and can help there. There are more proficient people for Family Search and Rootsweb probably.

  • Research in upstate New York, PA, NJ, MI, OH, IN, IL, and some Other States
  • Family Newsletter Editing
  • I can help with the web site Ancestry and Genealogy Bank
Paula Grundberg
508-430-1356
pgharcc@gmail.com
  • I can help you with your Swedish research.






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