Genealogical Services for Hire
The individuals on the following list are genealogical researchers who charge a fee. If you need further assistance, please contact someone who specializes in your area of interest for their rates and procedures. We accept individual researchers but not genealogical research organizations.
The St. Louis Genealogical Society does not take any responsibility for the performance or rates of the individual genealogist you choose. These are St. Louis Genealogical Society members who have asked us to post their names and have agreed to adhere to ethical practices. Their failure to do so results in removal from this list. We appreciate feedback if you do choose one of these researchers.
|Name||Phone, Fax, E-mail, Website||Specialties|
|Carmen Freeman||Phone: 314-963-9534
|Translation of documents in old German script and print, native German speaker, translation of modern documents|
|Peggy Greenwood||Phone: 314-822-4827
|Genealogical research in St. Louis metro area repositories including the National Archives. Access to several members only databases that significantly expand genealogical research capabilities. Provides historical research. Writes family histories.|
|Wilma Hoffmann||Phone: 312-371-4944
|Specialties: Native German speaker, bilingual, residing in the USA for 15+ years. Can translate 15th to 21st century German handwritten documents and prints German-English and English-German, also offers Latin translations. Extensive knowledge in German history, culture, and conventions and can help you understand the meanings of your texts. Also provides help with German Genealogical Research.||Amy Koppe||Phone: 904-429-1934
|Description of services: translation of handwritten & typed German documents from the 1500’s through present. Correspondence with churches and archives. I am based in Germany (as of January 2020) & can complete on-site research in any current or former German-speaking location.|
|Leslie Myers||Phone: 314-863-1879
|Specialities: I cover all US regions & foreign generations before immigration.
I have extensively traced numerous families for 350-year spans and have documented trees as far back as the 1200s (13th century).
|Corinna Meiss||E-mail: email@example.com
|German historian offers onsite genealogical research in the following areas of Germany: Hamburg, Berlin, Lower Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony, and Hesse. Transcription and translation of sources into English.|
|Carolyn Dodds Schaeffer||Phone: 314-795-2363
|Research for German ancestors, including help finding the village of origin for the German immigrants as well as tranlation of parish records from German villages and early German churches in Missouri and Illinois. Locating church and civil records in St. Louis City and County archives and libraries and will provide genealogy charts for the family information found to make the research easily understood.|
|Elizabeth Terry||Phone: 314-283-1779
Facebook: Elizabeth Terry Historical Research
|Conduct genealogical and historical research in archives, libraries, government centers, and repositories in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, and surrounding region; retrieve records, including religious documents, vital records, and business papers for family histories and general historical research|
Last modified: 17-Aug-2019 10:47