Daniel Hubbard is a full-time professional researcher who has been researching almost as long as he can remember. Inspired by family stories and a pair of genealogist aunts, he began to seriously conduct family history research at about eleven years of age. He spent eight years at CERN outside Geneva, Switzerland learning to handle very large research projects while performing research in particle physics (Ph.D. University of Michigan, Post-doc Harvard).
After living in Sweden for eleven years during which he was a software designer, strategic product manager and editor of technical documentation, he returned to the U.S. to fulfill his passion for family history. Daniel now combines his skills in technology, genealogy, complex research, the organizing of large amounts of information, writing, editing and book design to assist clients with their family history projects. He works with a variety of clients on projects including untangling problems in Swedish immigration and ancestry, analysis of 19th century letters and photographs, and extensive research into colonial families.
-Analysis of existing materials such as documentation, letters, photographs and heirlooms,
-Original genealogical and historical research to both find your ancestors and put them into context,
-Writing and editing,
-Transcription and translation,
-Book design that presents family stories, photographs, artifacts and heirlooms along with genealogical research, historical context to present the family’s story in a rich, interesting and accurate way.
All genealogical research is presented in thorough reports with full documentation, full citations and clear explanations of what was found, what was not found, the logical steps taken, how the data fits together and recommendations for further steps.
Ph.D. (High Energy Physics)
; Scandinavian American
Time Period Specialty:
; 18th Century
; 19th Century
DE ; MD
; New England
English, Swedish (incl. gothic script), German, French
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