Research magnifying glassI am currently accepting client projects to conduct original genealogical research.  My current timeframe to begin new projects is 4-6 weeks lead time.

A typical research project is 10-20 hours, while an evaluation of existing client research may span approximately 5 hours.  Package discounts are available for projects spanning more than 20 hours.

Clients receive a professionally written report of all findings, complete with source citations and records images where available.  Suggestions for further research are also typically provided where applicable.

Research findings are cataloged in a Family Tree Maker database, and upon client request, a private family tree can be uploaded to Ancestry.com, or a GEDCOM database file can be provided for import into other websites or software programs.

I can also provide records retrieval from many locations.

Access to Records Repositories

I travel to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City several times per year to conduct research in the microfilmed historical records and books that are not already available from online sources.  I also travel to the Austin, Texas area several times per year and can arrange to conduct research while in the area.

I have access to research in the following Colorado repositories:

  • Colorado Railroad Museum Archives (Golden)
  • Colorado State Archives (Denver)
  • Denver Public Library (Denver)
  • Edwin A. Bemis Public Library (Littleton)
  • History Colorado Museum’s Stephen H. Hart Research Library (Denver)
  • National Archives Rocky Mountain Regional Record Center (Lafayette)
  • Penrose Library’s Carnegie Special Collections (Colorado Springs)
  • Buffalo Bill Museum (Golden)
  • Castle Rock Historical Society Museum (Castle Rock)
  • Littleton Historical Museum (Littleton)

Court Records can be accessed for the following Colorado counties:

  • Adams, Arapahoe, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Elbert, Jefferson, Teller