Making Connections Genealogy


Genealogy and Family Research Services

I am an independent genealogical researcher specialising in English, Irish, and New Zealand research, with a particular interest in the history of prisoners of war (POWs) during the Second World War.

I have spoken for over twenty years on many genealogy topics, including teaching all over New Zealand for the Genealogical Research Institute of New Zealand (GRINZ), and presenting workshops for the New Zealand Society of Genealogists and Victoria University of Wellington.

Services offered

Have you lost your family stories and would like to find out more? I can help you.

Research on behalf of clients
Document copying in Auckland archive repositories
Providing advice on complex research problems

Are you looking for a meeting speaker or teacher?

I can speak on the following topics, or develop topics in consultation with clients:

Beginning to Climb your Family Tree
Introduction to English Research
Introduction to Research in Ireland
Using Newspapers in your Genealogy Research
'Bust Down those Brick Walls'
Migration to and from New Zealand
Using Official Histories for Military Research
World War I and World War II Prisoners of War
Using Commercial Genealogy sites for your Research (e.g. Find My Past, Ancestry, The Genealogist)

Contact me:

Twitter: @genea_maureen
Blog:     http://makingconnectionsgenealogy.blogspot.co.nz/
Email:   makingconnectionsgenealogy[at]gmail.com


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