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Do you need help with your family history?

Do you want to get your family history work done, but when you look at your family tree you get overwhelmed and quit? You have come to the right place! I specialize in fixing up messy trees. You know the kind. The tree says your great-grandfather married 20 different women (including his mother) and has 102 different children. Well, I might be exaggerating just a little. Still, these messes are not only annoying and discouraging, they also make a lot of our temple work pointless. An individual may be endowed 10 different times and sealed to all the wrong people. If you want to attempt the task of merging and deleting on your own, check out my tips on my blog.

If you would like some help, contact me either by email or click here. If I do charge, it will be minimum and far less than the value of the time it took to fix. Why so cheap? There is far greater reward in having a part in the continuation of God's work.

If you would like to contact me, please send me an email to: [email protected].

About Me

You may be asking, "How do I know I can trust you with my family history?" We all hear those stories about someone's work being done 5 different times and there is always the worry that people who don't belong in your family will end up on your tree. How do you know your family is safe with me? Here are a few things about me that may help you answer that question.

I pay close attention to detail. I studied accounting when I was in school and loved making sure that every penny was in the right place and that it all added up correctly. Family history requires a lot of attention to tedious details as well. One such detail would be, "Do the ages of children and parents correspond correctly?" For example, it would be necessary to verify that the children are not older than the parents or that the parents were the right age when the children were born (most children are born when the mother is between the ages of 17 and 45).

I know computers. I also studied computer technology while in school. I am very familiar with computers and how they work. This has helped cue me in to tips and tricks that many other family history gurus don't know. Some of these tricks prevent problems with temple ordinances and preventing the loss of previously entered data.

I source everything! This is important! Sources allow you to double check my work and information. By the sources I attach, you will clearly be able to see that the information I have provided is correct. Sources are well organized and attached to the people they relate to. This way you will never lose the information, and if someone else in your line wants that information it will be readily available to them. It also enables you to correct errors if someone else were to get on and change my work.
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