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Jim Heddell
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CEO of Genealogists.com, world's largest family history research firm
CEO of Genealogists.com, world's largest family history research firm

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Genealogists.com is a world leader in global family history research.  We have over 1,200 professional genealogists, personal historians, private investigators, forensic scientists, DNA experts, religious leaders, university professors/scholars, and archivists working worldwide to solve even the toughest research challenges. We are not limited to the small percentage of records that are online nor to a few local repositories; instead, we access the world's records wherever they are located and in whatever form - whether online or offline.

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Genealogists.com is the world's leader in family history research.  Our over 1,200 professional genealogists, personal historians, private investigators, forensic scientists, DNA experts, religious leaders, university professors/scholars, and archivists work worldwide to solve even the toughest challenges.  Unlike other firms, we are not limited to the small percentage of records that are online or to a few local repositories; instead, we have access to the world's records wherever they are located and in whatever form they exist - whether online or offline, including the over 90% of records that FamilySearch estimates are not online.

Mother's Day -- Research Special This mother's day, give the gift of family to your mother or grandmother. For the next 8 days, Genealogists.com is offering our Introductory Research Package for only $495 -- a $300 savings! This offer is valid now through May 10, 2015 for any new research project. http://blog.genealogists.com/2015/05/happy-mothers-day-research-special.html https://scontent-2.2914.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xap1/v/t1.0-9/c10.0.100.100/11205094_835979233157637_8118640804444253075_n.jpg?oh=5437e58cc1b63cac0a5e5dc476b46eb5&oe=55CCF234

Genealogists.com YouTube Channel Have you seen the latest Genealogists.com YouTube videos? Several of these are recordings of our guest appearances on the LA Radio Talk Show. Some are recordings of our free webinars. We will be adding many more videos over the weeks to come. Please let us know if there are particular subjects you would like us to provide a webinar for. We welcome your review and feedback. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC01WJEg72KEe0XBU9iW9VjA https://scontent-2.2914.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpf1/v/t1.0-9/c24.0.100.100/10984490_835823663173194_8993315942484341687_n.jpg?oh=993a5a34bec4c3e701b7126ba33efc28&oe=55DE471D

Cemeteries: A Great Place to Dig Up Valuable Information If you know what you're looking for, a trip to the cemetery can yield great historical information. I am an avowed “Tombstone Tourist” – that’s someone who has a passion for cemeteries because of the art, history and photographic opportunities. So believe me when I say that a trip to the cemetery can reveal a wealth of information if you know where to look and what you’re searching for. http://tinyurl.com/l3zylpl http://www.insidetoronto.com/news-story/5592155-the-joy-of-genealogy-cemetaries-a-great-place-to-dig-up-valuable-information/

Julian vs Gregorian Dates You are probably familiar with the change from Julian to the Gregorian calendar in 1752/3. Because of the Quaker customer of not using standard names for months, there is often confusion when referring to pre-1752 Quaker records. The following table should be of assistance. https://scontent-2.2914.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xap1/v/t1.0-9/c20.0.100.100/11206014_834654699956757_70681961314018292_n.jpg?oh=6658d790fd4889c52022f4338ade47bf&oe=55CF169D
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