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Rondina P Wallace, CG®

Ancestral Analysis

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My primary focus is research and analysis of genealogical resources in Texas with the added ability to trace those Texas families---with the same skill---back to their Eastern roots. I have 20 years of experience tracing families that moved through or settled permanently in Texas through the South, the Mid-West, and the Mid-Atlantic regions. A key element in working with clients is producing results that are both accurate and clearly stated. Work products range from answering specific questions about ancestors (normally verifying or correcting oral family history) or completing applications to lineage societies to narrative reports and/or family histories. Many times there is no record stating the relationship of a child to parent or there is conflicting evidence. These are more complex problems solved by knowledge of migratory patterns; federal statutes, colonial or state laws applicable to the time and place, court records (including estate), and land records in their various forms. Local resources are obtained from other repositories, such as university or state archives, with the assistance of professionals that are experts in research of that particular institution. I am able to obtain records not yet online from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City within 2-5 business days.

Professional Credentials:

Continuing Education:
Webinars and courses from the BCG, APG, and the Virtual Institute.

Research Specialty:
Colonial ; Land Platting ; Land Records ; Lineage Societies ; Migration ; Neighborhood Reconstruction ; Court Records

Time Period Specialty:
18th Century ; 19th Century ; 20th Century

Geographic Specialty:
Mid-Atlantic ; South ; Midwest

Service Categories:
Archivist ; Technology ; Editor ; Lecturer/Seminars ; Author/Writer ; Transcription

Accepts Clients:

1815 Split Oak
San Antonio
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Day Phone:
(817) 909-5906
Evening Phone:
(817) 909-5906
Web Site:

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