Where to Find a Genealogist-for-Hire

Where to Find a Genealogist-for-Hire

When it starts accepting clients in June, Ancestry.com’s ExpertConnect service (read our post about it) will be just one option for hiring people to do research tasks, such as photographing a gravestone or photocopying a record. Here are a few others:Genealogy Freelancers: This site lets you post your project...

When it starts accepting clients in June, Ancestry.com’s ExpertConnect service (read our post about it) will be just one option for hiring people to do research tasks, such as photographing a gravestone or photocopying a record. Here are a few others:

  • Genealogy Freelancers: This site lets you post your project details and get bids from professionals around the world.
  • Genlighten: Here, you also can collect bids for research tasks. The focus here is on lookups, record retrieval and similar services.
  • Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness: These volunteers have signed on to do simple research favors for free (except expenses such as mileage and photocopying fees). You’re encouraged to return the favor by helping out someone else.

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