|Charlotte M. Bell (MLS)|
|Cindy Born-Mylo||Cindy Born-Mylo has a BA in history and has been doing genealogy for 15 years. |
|June C. Delalio (CG)||Founder and past president of the Italian Genealogical Group, an international organization. BA degree from Hofstra University, New York. Prior occupation legal assistant. Specializes in Italian-American family history. Translation of Italian documents. Yearly research trips to Italy. Assistance in obtaining dual citizenship for Italian-Americans. Member of the American Italian Historical Society, NGS, the Irish Family History Forum (founding member), the German Genealogical Group, and other groups.|
|Ann Nicholson Flint||Native North Carolinian with family roots in this state and Virginia dating from the 1600s. Member: Order of First Families of North Carolina and other lineage societies.|
|Carolyn N. Gibbons||Genealogical researcher since 1966, professional researcher since 2004. BSc Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Resident Cumberland County, NC where specialize 1754 to present. Have done extensive work in Howard County, MO. Published two books of Howard Co., MO marriage abstracts, Cumberland Co., NC Abstracts of Court Minutes 1823-1824, Harnett Co NC Will Book 1 with Bio Notes. Editor of Cumberland Chronicles, Cumberland Co NC Genealogical Society Newsletter. Member Cumberland County (NC) Genealogical Society, Ohio Historical Society, NCAPG, APG, New England Genealogical & Historical Society, DAR, Mayflower Society.|
|Mary L. Gray||Passionate about paving a way to the past by helping and coaching budding genealogists find their inner sleuth. Professional family history researcher for past fifteen years. Family branches of particular interest include: Ferris, Johnson, Bailey, Carney, Gingles, Walker, Belknap, Kimble, Kindle, Swan, Gilbert, Gray, Hilliard, Powell, Sisson, Case, Fisher, Wiktor, Streeter, Seyfarth, Gutland, Erbach, Dailey, Parsons, and many others.
Contact @ www.Stumpers.biz
|Jeffrey L. Haines (CG)||Certified Genealogist specializing in problem solving and compilation in the Carolinas and British West Indies. Association of Professional Genealogists past president. Member of Society of Genealogists (London). Graduate of National Genealogical Society's American Genealogy course and Samford University's Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research (Advanced Methodology & Professional Tracks). Conducts on-site research in the Southeastern United States, Caribbean, and the United Kingdom. Current research focuses on the families of 17th Century South Carolina and their European and West Indian origins. Articles published in National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly, and Board for Certification of Genealogists' OnBoard. Current editor of the Journal of the NCGS.|
|Sharon B. Hamner||BS and MEd from U. of Georgia; MEd from U of Virginia. Professional genealogist since 1976. Attended Samford U. IGHR. Member: APG, NGS, VGS.|
|Melanie D. Holtz (CG)||Genealogical researcher specializing in 18th-20th century Italian research, particularly experienced in southern Italy and Sicily. I am skilled in finding those hard to find immigration records and Italian towns of origin. Owner and sole writer for the blog "Finding Our Italian Roots."
Director on the Board of APG. Vice-President and Director of Programs for the NC APG. Additional memberships in the National Genealogical Society, Italian Genealogical Group and Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society. Currently managing a project abstracting the indexes to the civil records of two Italian towns, Polizzi Generosa and Isnello.
|Jordan Jones||Not accepting clients at this time. B.A. in Honors in English, Cal State, Northridge; M.A. in English (Creative Writing), UC Davis. Jordan Jones is an editor, publisher, and software development manager, as well as a published author of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and works in translation from the French. He has been a genealogist since 1973, has edited and published books and magazines since 1987, and has designed and published websites since 1995. He is working on becoming a certified genealogist. Technology Columnist: NGS Magazine. President: NGS. Board Member: NCGS. Member: APG, VGS (Virginia), and NSGS (Nebraska). Attended: NGS (2007-2012), IGHR (2008-2011) and NIGR (2009).|
|Helen F. M. Leary (CG Emeritus, FASG, FNGS)||Ms. Leary is a professional genealogist with more than thirty years' experience and a featured speaker at NGS, FCS and state conferences. She is a past-president of the BCG; a former trustee of the APG; and editor of and contributing author to North Carolina Research: Genealogy and Local History (2nd edition, 1996) and contributing author to Professional Genealogy: A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors, Lecturers, and Librarians (2000). Leary has received numerous awards for her service to the genealogical community, including the NGS Award of Merit in 1987, the North Carolina Genealogical Society's Award for Exceptional Service in 1987 and 1998, the BCG Outstanding Service Award (2002), the APG Graham T. Smallwood Award (2003), and the IGHR's Outstanding Alumni Award in 1996.|
|Susan Michael||Genealogical researcher since 1999; volunteer at the FHC, Carmel Road, Charlotte, NC since 2001. In Feb. 2008, completed American Studies Certificate from the National Institute for Genealogical Studies; currently working on Board Certification. Member of the APG, NGS, NSDAR, First Families of the Twin Territories (OK/IT), several state genealogical societies (NC, AL, TN & TX) and historical societies (OK & VA).|
|Terry Moore (CG)||B.S. (Medical Technology) University of Kentucky; researcher since 1978 and professionally since 1996. Genealogy coursework from Brigham Young University, graduate of the National Institute on Genealogical Research and Samford University's Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research in Advanced Methodology, volunteer at the Raleigh, North Carolina Family History Center. Member: APG, NGS, NCGS.|
|Nancy Christie Reeves||Not accepting client work at this time. B.S., M.Ed. North Carolina State, Raleigh, North Carolina. Fifteen years genealogy research experience. Used deeds and wills to extend and correct published genealogies. Found personal family tree links extending back to 6th century AD. Initiated a family genealogy group, created CD's with photographs of people and documents. Will photograph documents at North Carolina State Archives, grave sites, homes, etc. Willing to travel to county courthouses. Former High School Physics and Chemistry Teacher. Member NCGS, APG, NCGS.|
|Diane L. Richard||M.E. and M.B.A. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; researcher since 1987. Ready access to NC State Archive & Library, Wake County NC Resources, FHC, and other RTP-area local libraries & archives (UNC-CH, Duke, ECU etc). Access also to the Library of Virginia (LVA) and all DC repositories (NARA, LOC, etc). Author on Internet genealogy topics, Upfront with NGS blog editor and assistant editor for NCGS Journal. Member: APG, NGS, NCGS, WCGS. Experience researching NC families and non-NC families Coast-to-Coast of the US, UK (England, Scotland & Wales), Finland, Galicia/Poland, Russia, France, Canada and other emigrant or geographically dispersed families. |
|Craig R. Scott (CG)||President and CEO of Heritage Books, Inc. Coordinator of the IGHR Advanced Military Records track and falculty member of various tracks at IGHR. Coordinator of the SLIG Military Records track. APG Board of Directors, Editorial Board of the NGSQ and NGSQ Book Reviewer. Company of Military Historians, past board positions in several state societies. 2008 Graham Thomas Smallwood, Jr. APG Award of Merit. 2009 Utah Genealogical Society Silver Tray Award for contributions to the publishing of genealogy.|
|Victoria P. Scott||B.A. from Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA. Member APG, NGS, North Carolina Genealogical Society. Attend national and regional educational seminars on genealogy. Client research performed weekly at the North Carolina State Archives. Have working knowledge of multiple county courthouses within North Carolina, and have experience in successfully obtaining a wide variety of genealogical documents utilized for client research. Have performed years of research on Irish ancestors and have analyzed multiple records from Ireland through resources at the local Family History Center.|
|Ann C. Sherwin||BA and MA, German. ATA-certified German-English translator since 1984, in business full-time since 1985. Good success rate with poorly legible scripts, antiquated language, some dialects, linguistic problems.|
|Constance T. Shotts (Ed.D., CG)||Graduate of Indiana University, B.S., M.S., Ed.D.; postdoctoral work at University of California and University of Virginia. |
|Maryann Stockert Tuck||B.S. Empire State College, A.S. SUNY Farmingdale. Researcher 28 years. Former Town Historian & Instructor U.S. Genealogy Beginner through Advanced (Adult Education courses SUNY Cobleskill). FHC Community Staff 14 years. Special interests: problem solving, immigration/emigration, New York State.|