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Deb Cyprych

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Biography:
Skilled in writing and editing; currently editor of NGS Magazine. Specialties: researching Cincinnati area families and German families in any locale and timeframe; lineage society research, documentation and proof arguments; combining social history with genealogical facts to create engaging family history narratives. Award-winning family history author and journal editor/author. Strong skills in analysis, research, and problem-solving developed during 24 years of genealogical experience. Well-informed about resources in Ohio and the Cincinnati area through research for comprehensive articles about state and local records. I enjoy the challenge and satisfaction of finding ancestors for others as much as my own. German research: Over 2,500 hours of German genealogical research experience in the U.S., Germany, and German-speaking areas of Poland and France. Success in locating German origins, including colonial immigrants. Can read old German script and have taught a four-week course in the subject for the past eight years. Translated and indexed Cincinnati Deutsche Pionier Verein records listing birthplaces and arrival information for 4,695 German immigrants living in the Cincinnati area. Author of "Germans in Hamilton County, Ohio," on the FamilySearch Wiki, http://goo.gl/Cx3aD

Service Description:
Research in Cincinnati area manuscript collections, public record offices, libraries; German-American family history research; Comprehensive and thoroughly documented research reports; Translation of German church and civil records; Lineage society applications, documentation and proof arguments; Writing family narratives fleshed out by social history; Editing and proofreading genealogical publications

Academic Degrees:
BA (English literature)

Research Specialty:
Colonial ; Emigration & Immigration ; Lineage Societies ; Palatines ; Quaker ; German American ; Polish American

Time Period Specialty:
17th Century ; 18th Century ; 19th Century

Geographic Specialty:
OH ; Mid-Atlantic ; Midwest ; Cincinnati ; Germany

Service Categories:
Editor ; Translator ; Author/Writer

Languages:
Basic German, can read old German script

Accepts Clients:
No

Address:
1865 Walker Street
City:
Cincinnati
State:
OH
Postal Code:
45202-0923
County:
Hamilton
Day Phone:
(513) 328-8672
Evening Phone:
(513) 328-8672
Fax:
(513) 321-1537
Email:


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