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Prove the Line Genealogy Services
Professional research service based in Northern Virginia with all the many repositories of the greater Washington, DC metro area at our fingertips. Professional services include record look-up service, lineage society application preparation service, tombstone/cemetery photo service, and an hourly genealogical research service. Whether your genealogy project is large or small, Prove the Line Genealogy Services is here to help you. In order to meet your many genealogical needs, we offer a variety of services for you to choose from, all at competitive rates.
Sayre and Sayre
Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, CGL, and Richard G. (Rick) Sayre, CG, CGL, are professional researchers, educators, authors, and lecturers who specialize in records in the Washington, DC area, Missouri, western Pennsylvania, and Ohio. Both develop, coordinate, and teach courses for university-affiliated programs in genealogy, and they lecture regularly at national and regional genealogy conferences across the United States. Currently residents of Virginia, Pam is a fifth-generation Missourian by birth and New Mexican by upbringing, and Rick was born and educated in Colorado before living throughout the world for thirty-one years of an Army career.
The Ancestry Detective of Washington, DC
Geneaology / Family History Research Services; Based in the Washignton, DC Metro area, close to the National Archives and other repositories, The Ancestry Detective can bring you a new level of understanding about your heritage in exciting ways.
Watts Historical Research Service
WHRS is an provider of historical research services. John Watts, founder and sole research, holds a Master of Arts in US History from the University of Louisville and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from the University of Southern Mississippi. Mr Watts' education and training provided him with the skills and knowledge to conduct research of federal, state, local and online archival documents and other repositories. Also with a background in journalism, John has continually developed his writing and editing skills and flourishes in a deadline driven environment. WHRS is conveniently located near historical resources in Northern Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland.