Even when you feel flush with records, a broader historical perspective will provide insight that you cannot glean from the records of your family alone.
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Watch your family history come to life as our experts solve family mysteries, break down brick walls, resolve adoption riddles, and discover the stories that tell you who you are and where you came from. You enjoy the journey—we’ll do the work for you.

What We Do

Our researchers have spent years helping clients tackle difficult family history problems, find family members through DNA analysis, and trace their family trees. Using online and offline resources—and experts around the world—we have the experience and passion to help you reach your family history goals, large or small.

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Setting Goals

The first step to success is figuring out how we can help you reach your goals and break through brick walls. Having trouble finding out when your family emigrated? Discovering military records? We'll get to know your story, assess how much time the project will take, and explain what results you can expect.

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Creating a Partnership

We're in this together. We know that the best way to help our clients reach their goals is to work as partners. We'll get started by reviewing the research you've done. Then, we'll share our findings along the way so you can ask questions, evaluate your goals, and see the progress we've made.

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Our Family History Experts

For more than 15 years our professional researchers have been helping people just like you trace their family trees and connect with the past. And with more than 150 years of combined research experience, we have the team with the passion and knowledge you can trust to discover your family story.

  • A native of Ireland, Joe Buggy has worked as a genealogist and lectured extensively in both the United States and his home country. He has a deep knowledge of Irish immigration to North America and is the author of Finding Your Irish Ancestors in New York City

  • Janette’s passion for Jewish genealogy began with her grandparents’ stories. Those stories led her on a quest to find her own ancestors in Europe and to teach others about genealogy and history.

  • Brian is a specialist in research in German-speaking lands and immigration research. As the son of an immigrant and a life-long scholar of European history, Brian has special insight into subtle clues in records that can lead to new discoveries and interesting family stories.

  • Michael brings a decade of research experience and a background as a researcher and producer of Who Do You Think You Are? to the ProGenealogists team.  With a master’s degree in history, he specializes in the 19th and 20th century United States.

  • Virginia has studied and taught history and genealogy throughout her life. She believes that nothing is more interesting than personal and family histories, and loves helping others learn about their roots.

  • Quentin specializes in Irish-American Genealogy. He has a BA degree in Communications from Northern Illinois University and a JD degree from Valparaiso University School of Law. Quentin was a former instructor in history at East-West University, Chicago, Illinois. He has provided research for the television shows Finding Your Roots and Who Do you Think You Are?

  • Katie started her genealogy journey to share a hobby with her husband, but an internship in England enabled her to visit the docks in Liverpool where her ancestors once stood. This experience solidified that her aspirations in genealogy were much more than a hobby.

  • Neil is a native of Sussex, England and an expert in the social history and geography of England in the 19th century. He has authored several family histories and has been a lead researcher for episodes of Who Do You Think You Are?.

  • Joseph has more than 10 years of professional research experience. He’s made multiple television appearances on such shows as CBS This Morning, CNN's Starting Point, The Jimmy Kimmel Show and Who Do You Think You Are?.

  • Megan is a skilled genealogist specializing in immigration from western European countries to the United States. She has a bachelor’s degree in History and has conducted research for several episodes of the TV show Who Do You Think You Are?.

  • Paul has worked in the genealogical field for more than 20 years. He was an archivist at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. for years, mostly in the Office of Presidential Libraries, where he worked with the Nixon Presidential Materials Project and helped process the “secret” White House tapes.

  • George has more than 35 years of genealogical experience and is a founder of the Association of Professional Genealogists. He is an experienced presenter who has authored books on his favorite specialty—Italy.

  • Cheryl has bachelor's degree in History, spent years working as an archivist, and previously ran her own genealogical research firm. She has been involved in the Catholic Church register indexing for Nova Scotia and is currently writing a local history.

  • Paul is an award winning genealogist with over 10 years of experience. He is the author of multiple books related to Georgia genealogy and records and worked on research for Who Do You Think You Are? episodes from 2012-2014.

  • Kyle makes frequent trips to research on-site throughout the United States, Canada, Ireland, France, Germany, Eastern Europe, and other European countries. He appeared on Who Do You Think You Are? with Trisha Yearwood.

  • Sherry has researched, written and lectured on genealogy for over 30 years. A descendant of Danish immigrants, her specialty is Scandinavia and the United States, as well as immigration.

  • Wade is a skilled writer and lecturer. He specializes in Austro-Hungarian Empire research and has more than 25 years of experience. He authored the book Land and Property Research in the United States.

  • Kathryn received her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and has owned a genealogy research company. She specializes in research in the United States including the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic states, and Northern California.

  • Kevan lived in Germany for several years and specializes in German research; he has written a book and created map guides on the topic. He has more than 25 years of experience in genealogy research.

  • Krysten worked for Ancestry.com researching the family lines of celebrities and prominent Americans like President Barack Obama and his relationship to American businessman Warren Buffet.

  • Kory is an author, presenter, teacher, and one of the founding partners of ProGenealogists. He has been involved in several television series and continues to manage research teams for the popular TV show Who Do You Think You Are?.

  • Sherry is a Certified Genealogist specializing in United States research, particularly in Southern and Midwestern states. She loves helping others learn about their own family history.

  • Eva Goodwin grew up in Upstate New York and is an alumna of Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. She brings to her professional work a broad range of personal research experience, specializing in breaking down ancestral “brick walls” and solving DNA mysteries. She lived in Munich, Germany, for two years and has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for almost a decade. 

  • Jeffery has conducted genealogical research for over 30 years. He received his Masters Degree from the University of Phoenix and has owned a genealogical research company. He has broad research experience throughout America and Europe.

  • Lindsay’s extensive knowledge of genealogy and history has helped her develop expertise in Irish research, including tracing Irish immigrants in the U.S. back to their place of origin. She has worked on several episodes of the “Who Do You Think You Are?” TV show, and she spent several years on the board for the Utah Society of Mayflower Descendants.

  • Nathan Murphy grew up in Kentucky inheriting his father’s passion for genealogy at a young age. He worked at the Family History Library for six years and excels at United States and British research. Nathan holds degrees in family and local history from Brigham Young University and the University of Leicester. He is an Accredited Genealogist for the Mid-South United States and England. In 2016 he was elected a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists.

  • Dawne Slater has been a Certified Genealogist® for more than 20 years. Before coming to AncestryProGenealogists, she was a librarian at the renowned Genealogy Center of the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She holds bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and French and masters’ degrees in American History and Library Science. Dawne specializes in U.S. research, and particularly in African American research. She is the author of numerous articles, several books, and is a speaker at the local, state, and national levels. She is especially skilled at evidence analysis, solving difficult research problems, and writing.
  • Angie Bush spent several years in the biotech field before deciding to combine her love of DNA and genealogy into a single career as a genetic genealogist. As a popular guest speaker, she uses her knowledge of traditional genealogy and genetics to solve complex questions of kinship and identity. Degrees and Credentials: Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. Areas of Expertise: DNA, Unknown Parentage, 20th Century, LDS and Midwestern United States.

  • Lindsay specializes in Central and Eastern European research, including Jewish genealogy. She has a master’s degree in history and uses that knowledge to help others discover the fascinating stories of their immigrant ancestors.

  • Gordon L. Remington, FUGA, FASG a native of western New York State, has 38 years’ experience as a professional genealogist. He is a nationally and internationally known author and lecturer on New York State records and research.