Do You Need a Genealogy Pro?

Do you need someone to give your genealogy a jump start?  Whether you have been researching your genealogy for years or are just beginning to get curious about your roots, a professional genealogist can invigorate your family history in ways that you might not realize. 

If you want to hire a pro, I recommend that you start with a member of the Association for Professional Genealogists (APG). Are you looking for an expert to break through your research brick wall? Do you need someone to write your family history? Do you need a speaker for your next genealogy club meeting or family reunion? APG members can meet all of your genealogical needs.  If it works for me, it will work for you!

When I need a record in a particular locality that I cannot get to readily, I always hire an APG member to get it for me.  If I need a document translated, I contact an APG member. My fellow APG members abide by a Code of Ethics and are always generous with their time.  I get some of my best research tips and tricks by contacting my fellow members in APG.

Here is a little more about me.  Feel free to contact me for more information: Contact Nick

Nick Cimino has been a full-time genealogist since 2010. He served as a genealogy instructor at Truckee Meadows Community College in the 1990s and has been offering genealogy lectures, workshops, research and consultation for over 20 years.

Service Description:
Each research project begins with a series of research objectives that are formulated in consultation with my clients. I build and edit online family trees for my clients that they can share with the rest of their family. As I build a profile for your ancestor, I attach genealogical records, historical documents, photos and maps which illustrate your family tree and bring it to life. In addition to online research, I conduct research in local courthouses and libraries. Online records are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to finding documents that tell your family story. Each research project is summarized in a fully documented and sourced research report. I research regularly at one of the nation's premier genealogical libraries, the Clayton Center for Genealogical Research. Clayton Library, named as one of the "nine genealogy libraries to visit before you die" (Family Tree Magazine July 2008) houses a national and international collection dedicated to genealogy. In addition to nearly 90,000 volumes covering the United States, the British Isles, Canada, Mexico, Germany and Eastern Europe, Clayton staff maintain an extensive microfilm collection and genealogical periodicals. The library staff serve as consultants for the most difficult research challenges.

Academic Degrees:
BA (Poli Sci-History)

Continuing Education:
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy

Research Specialty:
African American ; Cartography (maps) ; Emigration & Immigration ; Historical Sites ; Lineage Societies ; Heir Searcher ; Naturalization ; Scots-Irish ; Irish American ; German American ; Italian American

Time Period Specialty:
18th Century ; 19th Century ; 20th Century

Geographic Specialty:
New England ; Mid-Atlantic ; South ; Midwest ; Rocky Mountains ; Southwest ; West ; Houston ; Los Angeles ; British Isles ; Ireland ; Italy

Service Categories:
Historian ; Instructor ; Lecturer/Seminars ; Translator ; Travel & Tours ; Oral History/Interview

Italian ; Spanish

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