African American Lineage Research

Right alongside Adoptee Birth Family Searches, it has been my experience that the other single most challenging genealogical search effort to conduct is reserved for African American’s seeking to discover their family lineage from ancestors who had been enslaved and brought to this country, against their will, from Africa and from the Caribbean Islands. With most ancestors only first appearing in official U.S. Census Records in 1870, it can be very hard – but not impossible to break through the walls and go further back in time. I have been successful in helping African American searchers break through those walls and would welcome the opportunity to assist you.

Please contact me so that we can discuss your particular situation and I can give you an accurate quote as to how much these services might cost.