Updating has its advantages–we get to add a new masthead. Showing me, moi, I doing what I do best–tracing your hard-to-find ancestors or teaching you how if you wish to do the research yourself.
On any given day, you can find me in archives, libraries, cemeteries, or wherever your ancestors are lurking.
Or hunkered down in The Genealogy Library Center, Inc.–the non-profit research library my husband Alma and I established for genealogy collections that might otherwise be thrown away and lost forever–searching the many collections already acquired.
Or teaching avid genealogists how to track their ancestors at seminars, jamborees, and expos across this country. I speak at 10-12 events every year.
On any given day, you can find me in one of these three settings–doing what I do best.
And in November 2012, on the way to the Family History Expo in Georgia. Or on the way home from the Expo. Or after the Expo is over–you can expect to find me in North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky/Tennessee (and perhaps even Maryland), New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Oklahoma. Tracking your hard-to-find ancestors.
I still have room on my client list, if you have research in any of these states, contact me quickly so I can add your hard-to-find ancestors to my list: firstname.lastname@example.org Check my website http://arleneeakle.com for my fees–choose your own package deal.
Your favorite genealogist, Arlene Eakle
PS I am still one of the remaining few professional genealogists who does field research–not everything is available in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City nor in my Genealogy Library Center in Tremonton.