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Nicholas Cimino

Ancestor Puzzles- Genealogy Research &Education

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Repositories:
Clayton Library, Houston TX ; Family History Library, Salt Lake City UT ; National Archives, Fort Worth TX

Lectures:
Genealogy lectures topics include: *Genealogy for Beginners *Computer and Internet Genealogy *In Search of Your Immigrant Ancestors *Italian Genealogy: It's Easier Than You Think *Irish Genealogy: Not All of the Records Burned *The Choctaw Nation of Indian Territory: A Tale of Cowboys, Indians and a Coal Miner's Granddaughter

Publications:
I write a weekly blog on genealogy topics at www.ancestorpuzzles.com. Feel free to contact me if you have suggestions for new topics.

Affiliations:
Vice President, Lonestar Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists; Vice President, Bay Area Genealogical Society, Houston TX; District 4 Representative to the Texas State Genealogical Society

Testimonials:
Nick Cimino has been a very active member of the Bay Area Genealogical Society, Houston, TX, working with many members of the society. He is enthusiastic about initiating new projects and serving the society. He's very professional, competent, and knowledgeable about genealogical research. He's energetic and is an excellent presenter as a teacher of genealogical research in techniques, as well as special interests, such as: African, British Isles, Irish and German research. He has served in responsible positions on the Board of Directors for the Bay Area Genealogical Society, such as Vice President, Recording Secretary, Mentoring Committee Chair, and Education Chair. Nick has been an outstanding asset to the society, representing the society in community events and collaborating with other organizations. Shirley A. Lindquist Member of Bay Area Genealogical Society for 14 years President, 2013-2015 My husband and I were co-chairs of the Houston Family Genealogy Day sponsored by the Bering Drive Family History Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints which was held on Saturday, June 20, 2015. Nicholas Cimino was highly recommended to us as a very knowledgeable instructor. We contacted him and he agreed to present two one-hour classes at the Houston Family Genealogy Day. The classes were Researching Irish Ancestors and Researching Scottish Ancestors. Mr. Cimino did an excellent job of presenting these subjects. His presentations were very informative. ... we strongly recommend him to you . Sincerely, Roy R. Allison, Jr. and Vicki A. Allison Family History Consultants Bering Drive Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints I'm very glad to write this letter of recommendation [for] Nick Cimino. Nick first contacted me regarding Robert Sloan, knowing my interest in Camptown Cemetery in Brenham, [Texas] and pointing out to me that I'd left him out of a census for the cemetery. He was very gracious in sharing his research, and the information he and Genesia Sloan kindly shared has contributed to one of the most well-rounded pictures (literally, including a photograph) of one of Camptown's prominent post-emancipation black citizens. Nick was also very supportive in editing a biographical essay of Robert Sloan for me, and along the way has given me guidance on the use of genealogical techniques in furthering my research techniques and offered many helpful suggestions along the way. I'm very proud to recommend him, as well as offering him my very sincere thanks for broadening my appreciation of the importance of well grounded genealogical research. Wishing him the very best... Charles Swenson Austin, Texas


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