Sheila Lee Prader
Sheila Lee Prader began researching her own early California and Mexican genealogy in 1983. She has conducted considerable research in the records of Spain, the Azores, Mexico and early California, and continues to research Hispanic ancestry for herself and for clients. She maintains a great interest in the local history of Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Benito and southern Santa Clara counties in California. Sheila is currently President of the San Juan Bautista Historical Society and is also working on cataloging the archival holdings of the San Benito County Historical Society.
I specialize in and enjoy the following:
Pedigree analysis, research plans and research for Hispanic and Early California ancestry
Structure, parcel and neighborhood histories
Historical context research
BA (Philosophy, Psychology & Urban Studies)
graduate work (Counseling Psychology & Cultural Anthropology)
; Historical Sites
; House Historian
; Land Records
; Neighborhood Reconstruction
; Paleography (ancient/historical handwriting)
AZ ; CA
; Oral History/Interview
Working knowledge of Spanish and Latin
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