Professional Genealogists in the North Country of England
Including Cheshire, County Durham, Cumbria, Isle of Man,
Lancashire, Northumberland, and Yorkshire
|Katherine Pringle||Family/Local history research service for the Northumberland area of England; All enquiries welcome.|
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MyGenealogist.com is a leader in family history research. Our genealogists have a wealth of knowledge and years of experience and are ready to assist you trace your family ancestry. We do original research for you in records of the LDS Family History in Salt Lake City, as well as in record repositories and databases in the U.S, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland and World Wide. Locate ancestors and family in land records, censuses, church parish records, wills, probate, vital records, immigration, and other types of records. Our professional genealogists are ready to help!|
|Northumberland, Durham & Yorkshire Roots||Professional genealogist in British ancestry; friendly and expert advice; access to a wide assortment of British records.|
|Ian Shalapata Genealogy||With over 20 years of research experience, I specialize in Canadian, English, and American research and local history study. I am also well versed in family history web site development and am a very experienced photographer and digital darkroom practioner.|
|Family History Tracers||Our specialist area is the North of England. Family History Tracers will undertake all kinds of research, from compiling a full family tree to searching the records for one census entry. All local Northern archives can be accessed, but research in other counties can be requested.