Alabama Genealogical Society
AGS RESEARCHERS LIST
The following is a list of Alabama Genealogical Society members who currently do research for a fee. The Alabama Genealogical Society does not endorse these researchers nor do we verify their competency or reliability. Any contractual arrangements, written or verbal, made with a researcher is strictly between the parties involved. We recommend you check references of anyone you intend to use as a researcher.
North Central Alabama
Research Specialties: Southern Native American, Melungeon, and Slavery
Research Areas: Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky
|Tonya D. J. Chandler, MA, RPA
Southern Roots Genealogical Services
P.O. Box 12852
Birmingham, AL 35202
Research Specialties: History and genealogy in the Southeastern U.S.; Willing to travel.
|Kristina Gow Clever
Clever Genetic Ancestry
Research specialities: DNA research and analysis for connecting to biological family and breaking down brick walls; onsite research in southeastern Alabama and southwest Georgia; presentations for use of DNA evidence in conjunction with traditional document research; willing to travel
Laura Hurst, Research Genealogist
Research specialties: Data analyst for short– and long–term projects, using cemeteries, document repositories, and on–line searches for North, Central, East, & S. Alabama, W. Georgia, N. Florida, S. Tennessee. Open to travel and research other areas. Editor, Notary. Star–spangled Banner soloist, too.
Roots & Reminiscence
Research specialties: Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi; historical narratives; oral history/interviews; open to travel
Mary Jones-Fitts, Professional Genealogist
PO Box 217
Faunsdale, AL 36738
Research specialties: African American Genealogical Research, Slavery & Slave Ancestral Research
Research Areas: Alabama, North Carolina & Virginia
Open to travel in Alabama
Michelle L. Spencer, Professional Genealogist
Research specialties: 19th & 20th Centuries, business & property research, material culture, pandemics, the National Register of Historic Places, and government records.
Research Areas: Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas, & Oklahoma
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