Martin Fischer has been conducting family history research in his free time since the 1970s. After more than 30 years as a copy editor at the Chicago Tribune, he works as a professional freelance genealogist, researcher, editor, and writer.
Experienced, versatile genealogist Martin Fischer is available to conduct family history projects including but not limited to searching online databases; corresponding with government archives of birth, marriage and death records; building family trees; editing memoirs; and writing family history narratives.
B.A. (Political Science)
Master Online Teacher certification, University of Illinois
Emigration & Immigration
; Federal Records
; Heir Searcher
Time Period Specialty:
; 20th Century
IL ; MO
; Kansas City
; St. Louis
1032 N. Lombard Ave.
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