Family history is more than just the dates and places listed on a document. A true family history is focused on the story behind those dates and places. Building a family history is a craft, and one that I have developed for almost thirty years.
I can help you make sense of your history by researching your ancestors and building a library of documentation and narrative reports about your family’s journey in the world. Here at KinQuery.Com you will also find my own personal BLOG sharing discoveries, techniques and musings on the importance of understanding where we come from.
Through the years I have worked with clients whose backgrounds hail from a diverse range of locations and I have steadily gathered resources along the way. Perhaps my collection can help you too, check it out here: RESOURCES
Conducting family history research can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. With my decades of experience in this field I can help you bring your family’s history to life. Click here to see some of the ways that I can help you: How Can I Help?
- My GUMPUS’ WarMy Gumpus’ experience in WWII. From Boxted to Arnsbach.
- A Funny Little Story About ReligionBeware any family lore that says “we were always” anything. Be it religion or political affiliation or anything in between, things change, and often. When things change we often get a valuable insight into the personality of our ancestors.
- What is in a name? Lessons Learned from my french and quebecois researchNames are everything in Genealogy: they identify us as individuals, they help us build our family groups–they are the foundation stone for our research. Today’s post discusses names in French-Canadian Family History Research.
I have a Certificate in Genealogical Studies from the Society of Australian Genealogists, and am a member of a number of genealogical societies around the world. Here’s a listing of some of the projects I’ve been working on. Projects