A Passion for Family History
BRINGING THE PAST TO THE PRESENT
We carry our Ancestors with us, whether it's blue eyes, frizzy hair, a good head for numbers or an artistic nature.
They are us and we are them. Learn where your family lived, loved, worked or went to war.
A farmer or tavern keeper? A criminal or county judge? Millions of records are available online.
Let us help you craft a path to your past.
Don't know where to start? We can help. Begin with a specific question such as:
Where and when was Lucius Owen (son of Micah and Relief Owen living in Nashua, New Hampshire circa 1750) born?
Were Abigail Whiton of Ashford, Connecticut and Hezekiah Buth of Yarmouth, Massachusetts married in Yarmouth circa 1800?
Did Mulford Abiel own land in Manchester, Connecticut circa 1850?
What's your question? We can provide varied services to help look for your answers.
RESEARCH & REPORT
Ten hours include:
Designing Research Plan
Evidence Mining & Analysis
Written Report of Sources Sought & Possible Conclusions Drawn
You enjoy the research but could use a little help.
Four hours include: formatted guidance to organize your search and report writing for satisfying results.
Have you found an ancient document that is difficult to read? Let us have a look to see if we can bring the words and the meaning back to life.
WHO WE ARE
JE Gabriele lives in New York City. Being passionate about family history from a young age, learning has been self-taught spending thousands of hours in repositories around Chicago, New York, London and Washington DC. Formal genealogical education began with Boston University Genealogical Research online courses: Essentials and Certificate. Participation in SLIG (Salt Lake Institute for Genealogy) January 2018, GRIP (Genealogical Research Institute in Pittsburgh), 2 courses Summer 2018, current ProGen 38 (Professional Genealogy online group) Summer 2018, Certificate Discussion Group, September 2018. Submission of application to Board of Certified Genealogists anticipated in late 2019.
JE lived in London, England for over 16 years and researched in many county archives around the country as well as The National Archive in Kew.
Member of: Association of Professional Genealogists, Society of Genealogists (London), National Genealogical Society, New England Historical and Genealogical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical and numerous local family history societies.
"The past is the present, isn't it? It's the future, too. We all try to lie out of that but life won't let us.”
― Eugene O'Neill, Long Day's Journey Into Night