Handmade scrapbooks and family history books.....

Family History Book
Scrapbook page
Newspaper article, gravestone, and original postcard
Scrapbook page
Summaries of ancestors
Scrapbook page
Passenger list, ship, and description of ship
Scrapbook page
Photo of ancestor, and newspaper articles
1600's Scotland


 Would you like to uncover the mysteries of your ancestors?  What country were they from?  When was your great-great grandmother born?  What ship did she arrive on?  What did your great grandfather do for a living?

Are you curious about your family's past and don't know where to begin, or don't have the time?  I can research your family by acquiring documents, obituaries, newspaper articles, and other records to trace your past. 




Providing services for Northern New York. 


Contact me to send your information and genealogy questions.  


Karen @315-764-7420




What searching into the past means for our ancestors:


                                  "Eternal Life"

"So long as they speak your name, you shall never die."

Latest comments

12.01 | 22:39

Tough woman, that Henrietta. And if I understand correctly, her daughter Nettie's adoptive father went to war with NY 2nd Heavy Artillery.

07.12 | 20:09

Thanks, who is your husband ? We always thought James (1807) was from Jedburg, Scotland. No one seems to know how he got here.

07.12 | 20:04

The James you talk about below is the father of Thomas and husband of Mary Fleming (I have a pic of her). There is also a son, James, one of 12 (2 died).

12.01 | 22:39