About Us, Our History
We started researching our maternal and paternal ancestors in 1990. A family research interest evolved into a challenging second career. LIFELINES Genealogy Research was created in 1994.
We are an efficient genealogy research service. At LIFELINES Genealogy we take pride in offering a quality research service to carefully examine select records and report responsibly. Diligence, persistence and full source citations are much of our research discipline. We are dedicated to serving the needs of our clients each and every day.
A couple meet...
The owner's business administration courses at the University of New
Brunswick led to careers with two US corporations marketing product and service in New Brunswick. In 1993 he was certified by the Genealogical Institute of the Maritimes. As a descendant of a New Brunswick Loyalist he received a Certificate from the United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada in 2000. He is a former member of
the Executive of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, Capital
Branch, Fredericton, NB. He is a current member of NBGS, Capital Branch. A horse and buggy ride
The owner authored a series of articles for the New Brunswick Genealogical Society publication Generations titled: How to do Research at the Provincial Archives. He compiled and donated two publications of reference information for the Provincial Archives: Index of Wills, Queens County 1786-1962 and, a Grantee Name Index titled New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Land Company 1833-1918. He worked with members of the NB Genealogical Society to compile information from York County Cemetery gravestone inscriptions. That Cemetery database is online at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick website.