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Frankie Liles

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Over 20 years of experience in genealogical research. Retired State Department linguist/administrator, intelligence agency analyst/researcher & industry business development/marketing director. Served in two U.S. Embassies overseas. Languages are Spanish, Portuguese, French, Latin and Greek. Genealogical specialties are proving challenging lineages, thorough county research, southern migrations, land & tax records, lineage applications, church records, historic home histories, land histories & cemetery work. Attends numerous genealogical & historical seminars & conferences & holds certificates of course completions, including NSDAR Genealogigal Education Program. While working in government and industry attended the U.S. Defense Intelligence School, the American Graduate University, George Washington University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & American Management Association courses & training in data & marketing communications & management, proposal management, export management & international trade. Attended U.S. Department of Commerce training in business planning & operations. Recognition while in government and industry included Outstanding Young Woman of America (1970). Previously listed in Who's Who in the South and Southeast, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, World Who's Who of Women and the Directory of Distinguished Americans. Chaired of the Youth Committee while working at the U.S. Embassy in Lisbon, Portugal.

Service Description:
Complete & thorough genealogical research.

Academic Degrees:
BA (Foreign Language & Music)

Research Specialty:
Baptist ; Colonial ; Federal Records ; Government Publications ; Historical Sites ; House Historian ; Land Records ; Lineage Societies ; Migration ; Military ; Neighborhood Reconstruction ; Court Records

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

Geographic Specialty:
AL ; KY ; NC ; SC ; TN ; VA ; Mid-Atlantic ; South ; Richmond

Service Categories:
Technology ; Editor ; Historian ; Author/Writer ; Oral History/Interview ; Transcription

Spanish, Portuguese, French, Latin, Greek

Accepts Clients:

P.O. Box 3441
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Day Phone:
(804) 335-6496
Evening Phone:
(804) 335-6496

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