There comes a time in most people’s lives when they begin to ask “Who Are My Ancestors?” You feel you know yourself. You have built a successful life. You are pleased with what you have accomplished so far. Yet, there is this question nagging at you. You seek answers about the people whose existence created your own, the people we call ancestors. Were they like you? What were their lives like? What have you inherited from them? You may have heard stories about some of them. Are they true?
This kind of questioning is often triggered by a major life event such as the birth of a child or grandchild; a significant birthday or anniversary; an upcoming retirement or maybe it’s simply something you’ve always wondered about. You want the answers for yourself, but you also want to pass down a family history legacy to your descendants. This information is something they will treasure forever.
Motivated by your quest for the unknown, you might have
begun searching in the sea of information available on the internet, only to meet with dead ends, conflicting information or worse yet, no information at all.
Perhaps you have not begun this quest because you know there are different things you wish to do with your valuable time. You may not be interested in the research process, yet you want the results.
It is time to hand over your quest to Teresa Steinkamp McMillin, Board-certified GenealogistSM.
My name is Teresa Steinkamp McMillin and I am a Board-certified GenealogistSM. In addition to core experience in genealogical research, I specialize in German genealogy (ancestors who lived in any area of the United States or Europe, but with German origins). I also specialize in helping people with Cook County genealogy and other areas of the Midwest. I have helped many people find answers to their questions about their heritage. I have a proven track record and I can help you on your road to success.
Feel free to linger on my website and check out my biography, my services related to German genealogy and Cook County genealogy. In addition to my research services, I have unique family tree gifts to pass down this information to your family.
Contact me with any questions you have and to get started with your big question, “Who Are My Ancestors?”
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Guide to Hanover Military Records, 1514-1866 on Microfilm at the Family History Library published August 2014