UnknownLadiesI am now taking clients (but on a limited basis).  Let me help you search for YOUR PEOPLE.

Need a document pulled (e.g., death certificate from Riverside County, obituary from the Press Enterprise, Mission Indian enrollment application from the National Archives, etc.)? I can probably assist you with that. Also available to take photographs of tombstones in Western Riverside County and Eastern Orange County cemeteries. Costs for these services are my hourly rate (call or email for that information) plus mileage and other expenses (parking, copy costs, etc.).

I can assist you by starting “from scratch,” helping you continue research you (or someone else) has begun, or attempt to break down a brick wall that has plagued your efforts in compiling your family tree.

For rates and terms, please email me

 

 

 

I am also available on occasion at the National Archives, Pacific Region, at 23123 Cajalco Road near Perris. I don’t do a regular shift there any more but I am there when they need extrUnknownMen.JPG.w180h264a help or when a tour is scheduled (as long as I’m not booked elsewhere). There is no charge for my consultation and other assistance at NARA.Occasionally I can be tracked down at the Corona Family History Center facility in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1123 S. Lincoln, Corona (across from Corona High School), but it is best to contact me in advance if you wish my assistance in that location as I do not work a regular shift there any more either. Again, if I am working as a staff member of the Center, there is no charge for my services.And I am happy to assist folks at no charge whenever I am present at the Corona Genealogical Society classes, held every Tuesday afternoon at the Corona Public Library, 650 S. Main St. in Corona (check our website for details about when I am teaching there . . . sometimes I will just show up to assist).