Welcome to KinQuery.Com where I hope to help you find out more about who you are and where you came from.
At KinQuery we believe that 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.
Working together 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.
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.
My foray into genealogy research and the art of crafting a family history began in 1991 when I received a 15 page document on my paternal family, created with much love and care by my first cousins twice removed, Elizabeth Jane Martin and Patricia…
FEES Below is a listing of our fees. Remember that except for coaching, every service includes a free consultation to ensure I am the right researcher for you, and to establish the terms of the research project. The amount of time spent on the…
Beware 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.
Names 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.
This is part of a series of related posts discussing how names can be both challenging and illuminating in genealogical research. Names are everything in Genealogy: they identify us as individuals, they help us build our family groups–they are the foundation stone for our research. It is the first search item we employ when we are looking for more information on any individual or family. But is a name just a label? Is it just a one-dimensional handle for a person or family? Absolutely not.