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Emily Richardson

Kinsearchers

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Biography:
Retired from full time leadership in higher education, I am now focused on my genealogy passion. Brought up by a genealogist who never used the computer, I understand the importance of finding original documentation to substantiate ancestors. Kinsearchers was my mother's business which I now operate to help others with their genealogy research.

Academic Degrees:
Ed.D. (Higher Education Administration)

Continuing Education:
ProGen, SLIG, IGHR, Gen-Fed

Research Specialty:
Civil War ; Land Records ; Lineage Societies ; Military ; Court Records

Geographic Specialty:
MD ; NC ; OH ; PA ; TX

Service Categories:
Technology ; Lecturer/Seminars ; Author/Writer ; Oral History/Interview

Accepts Clients:
Yes

Address:
8700 Franklin Drive
City:
Denton
State:
TX
Postal Code:
76207
County:
Denton
Email:
Web Site:
kinsearchers.weebly.com
Blog:
kinsearchers.weebly.com


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