The Longmont Genealogical Society members listed below are willing to do genealogy research for a fee. Their qualifications and email addresses are listed below. If you need help with your genealogy, please contact one of these capable researchers for help. They will be happy to discuss what types of work they do and the fees they charge with you.
Longmont Area Genealogy Researchers
Mary has done genealogy research for over 30 years. She has provided people with hundreds of obituaries as well as local photos and school and court records and many archived items such as newspaper articles. She is familiar with local resources such as the cemeteries, public library and the museum archives. She is the founder and a lifetime member of Longmont Genealogical Society. She has been a staff member at the Longmont Family History Center since 1993. She was also a member of the Boulder Genealogical Society, was a delegate to the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies and served as Director of the CCGS First Families Recognition program for 8 years. Many people have been grateful for Mary’s efforts, going the second mile for them. She can do a great job for you.
Karyl Bainbridge's Longmont Colorado roots go back to her step-great-grandmother who is buried at Mountain View Cemetery. Her husband introduced her to genealogy in 1972. The two of them have taught beginning genealogy classes in Arizona and Ohio. Karyl's own family information fills five file drawers. Contact Karyl for more information about your specific research needs.
Pat is a professional researcher. She has a BS and BA in Elementary Education and taught for 4 years in Denver Public Schools. She substituted for 12 1/2 years in the St. Vrain Valley Schools. She has done Post graduate work at UNC, CU and CSU, is a graduate of the NGS Home Study Course, a graduate of the IGHR Samford Advanced Methodology class, a graduate of the IGHR Samford Professional Genealogist class and has 20 years experience as a professional genealogist and researcher. She is a former member of NGS and CAPG. Pat has been working on her own family genealogy since 1986, long before she became a professional.