Posts Tagged With: Chicago professional genealogist

Looking at my 2011 Genealogy Goals

I read Julie Cahill Tarr’s post this week about her 2011 Achievements and 2012 Resolutions and thought I should do a post about my goals for 2011 and then post new ones for 2012. This post was originally seen on 9 January 2011 on this site. I was reading Amy Coffin’s We Tree blog and […]

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To Soar With The Tigers, A Great Holiday Gift

Are you looking for a great holiday gift this year? Check out my book, To Soar with the Tigers, about Flying Tiger Robert R. Brouk. The book contains family information, his complete war diary, the story of his life after discharge from the AVG and death. Robert mentions many of his 3rd Squadron comrades in […]

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Was It Covered Up?

I was reading a post on a book blog the other day about a book on the Eastland Disaster. Several people made comments that they had never heard of the Eastland Disaster and have lived some, most, or all of their lives in Chicago. Some said it was covered up by the city which is […]

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Myths and Misconceptions to Hiring a Genealogist – Comments

Lynn at The Armchair Genealogist wrote a post today asking about Genealogist for Hire – The Myths and Misconceptions? Please read her post and comment here or write a response on your own blog and link back to us. Lynn posted several questions. Below are those questions (in blue) and my answers (in black). Education […]

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Follow Friday October 21, 2011

This has been a busy week with client work. Actually the last two weeks have been busy. I have been trying to help one person break down a brick wall and another to find Italian roots in Chicago so he can travel to Italy and learn more about the family there. I have also been […]

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Wisdom Wednesday – The Genealogist’s Companion and Sourcebook

Last month I was browsing Family Tree Magazine’s website looking for The Family Tree Sourcebook. I found it and Family Tree Magazine was offering it in a bundle with The Genealogist’s Companion and Sourcebook. I ordered the bundle. I wanted the Sourcebook so I didn’t have to run to the library to borrow it and […]

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