Abigail Yates Addington
Specialties: midwest/eastern U.S. states, courthouse records, Native American, Quaker records
2418 Ellison Way
Independence, MO 64055-2042
816.590.0661 / 816.254.6514
Abigail, who has 20 years of genealogy experience, is a researcher, genealogy teacher, and published author. In 48 states she has experience with obituaries, state historical societies, public libraries, census records, old history books, and all printed sources. She is also experienced with PERSI records, missing heirs, Internet search, and lost people search.
Heidi Taylor, A Positive Genealogy
Specialties: Michigan, Ohio
1802 Devonshire Place
Independence, MO 64057
Heidi Taylor, genealogist with A Positive Genealogy, has been doing research since 1992. She is a board member of the Jackson County Genealogical Society and editor of the JCGS Pioneer Trails Newsletter, as well as a member of the Buckinghamshire Family History Society (England). Heidi is currently working on her research for DAR membership and BCG Certification with the Board for Certification of Genealogists. She is also a contributer for WEsearchers Group, Wheeler Twp., Gratiot, Michigan, and a volunteer for FindAGrave.com and local educational programs. Heidi is a co-administrator for Facebook and looks forward to being the Pioneer Trails Newsletter Editor. Heidi has always enjoyed family history and research. Now she is thrilled to be able to help others finding their family bloodlines. With over 20 years (and loving every minute of it) of experience and having some of the best research facilities in the USA right in her backyard, Heidi can't wait to see who is in your family.
Fees: First five hours are $100, then it is $15 per hour.
Legacy Tree Genealogy
Specialties: genetic genealogy; U.S. research; European research; LDS; immigration; German transcription; family biographies; personal histories; Canada; old English handwriting; genealogical Latin; Native American; African American; Russia; Mandarin Chinese; DNA; Latin records; classical, medieval, and Renaissance prosopography; South Africa; Eastern European languages including Cyrillic script; military records
P.O. Box 4042
Salt Lake City, UT 84110
Specialties: Midwest, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, probate, land records, census, military records and pension files
20788 Orchard Lane
St. Joseph, MO 64505
Sharlene K. Miller is an experienced genealogist whose research focus is in Midwestern States including Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, North and South Dakota, and Michigan. She also has research experience in other states including Oklahoma, Colorado, Montana, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina. She has been conducting genealogical research for more than 30 years. As most people do, she started learning about genealogical research by working on her family's and then branched out to research her husband's families and later started helping others with their genealogical research. Sharlene has been certified with the Board of Certification for Genealogists since 2002. She completed the NGS course "American Genealogy: A Basic Course" and has taken a genealogy course from Brigham Young University. Sharlene is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, National Genealogical Society, Missouri State Genealogical Association, Northwest Missouri Genealogical Society, Southwest Pennsylvania Genealogy Society, and Western Pennsylvania Genealogy Society.
Teresa Steinkamp McMillin, CG, Lind Street Research
Specialties: German genealogy, reads German church records (in German script)
416 Lauder Lane
Inverness, IL 60067
Teresa Steinkamp McMillin is a Certified GenealogistSM who specializes in German-American and Midwest research, as well as reading German script. She has been interested in genealogy since she was a child and currently has many pleased clients. She presents quality genealogical lectures for local societies and national conferences.