Genealogy--questions pertaining to Ohio and Northeast U. S., and general research. Also an honors graduate in early U.S. history.
I have 20 years experience in genealogical/historical research. I have done extended research projects for clients. I took first place in the 2012 Ohio Genealogical Society Quarterly writing competition, and write a regular column for the Ohio Genealogy News called "The Bigger Picture," which is about using historical research in genealogy.
Ohio Genealogical Society; Trumbull County Genealogical Society.
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B. A., early American History; Master of Education, plus further post-graduate work, and a great deal of self-education.
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Most clients have been guaranteed privacy. William G. Abell, Jr., of Warren, Ohio has given me permission to use his name. It was the story of his family that won the writing competition.
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