Well, with a few days left in September, this still counts. 😀 Now that things are back in full swing, I wanted to share what’s new around here!
The New Business
First, in addition to blogging about genealogy, I have taken the plunge and started my own genealogy research business: MK Genealogy! I offer a number of services, including:
Packages are a great way to get started or move forward while keeping your family history budget on track. Currently, I’m offering:
- Getting Started Package: For those just beginning their family tree
- Next Generation Package: If you want to know who comes next, but just don’t have the time
- Hourly Packages: Have a specific research project? These are great for specific problems (military service, mystery ancestor, etc.) and lineage society applications.
Consultations & Local Research
Need help with researching a brick wall or brainstorming what comes next? Consultations are available to figure out your genealogy problems!
Have ancestors from Denver? I am also available to do local document retrieval, research, or photography (COVID safety considerations and access restrictions apply). Check out this page for more on paid consultation and local options!
If you are interested in learning more and would like to set up a free consultation, please fill out this form. I look forward to helping with your family history needs!
In somewhat less exciting but still awesome news, if you sign up for the Genealogy Crossroads email newsletter right now, you will receive a FREE 4-page Family Interview Cheat Sheet! This will be available through the 2021 holiday season, so you can sneak in some research along with the pumpkin pie. 😄
The newsletter will be semi-monthly and will keep you up-to-date on all things GC and genealogy in general. Click here or on the advertisement to sign up!
In coming soon news, stay tuned for GC Pinterest! Let me know in the comments what you would like to see most on the boards: Tips and tricks? Just cool images? Cat pictures? 😉
Thank you for being a Crossroads reader and see you soon!
Open Sign: Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash
Richthofen Castle: Denver residence, Richthofen, Walter von (Baron) [1900-1920?]. By McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957. Denver Public Library Western History and Genealogy Digital Collections. Image File: ZZR700073506.
Denver 1868: Downtown Denver  [cropped for article]. By Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910. Denver Public Library Western History and Genealogy Digital Collections. Image File: ZZR710026449.