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Your Family Tree Specialist

Connie Lenzen,

Certified Genealogist®


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Reliable and personalized services for you!

Connie Lenzen, Certified Genealogist®, is a Board-certified genealogist and is qualified to help you with your genealogy problems.

Connie can be called a "general practice" genealogist. She works on a variety of projects and likes projects involving difficult problems. Some people call those their "brick walls." She lives in Oregon and enjoys working on cases with a local connection. She also works on cases from all over the country and on DNA cases.

Send an email to talk about your needs. Or, you can fill out a contact form with what you know and what you would like Connie to do for you.

Experience that helps save you money!

Save your money and time by hiring someone who

* has a proven track record of affordably locating family information for genealogists,

* knows the resources that are available to solve your research problems,

* knows how to analyze documents and pull out the evidence, and

* can put your ancestors into their historic context.

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Services and fees include

* review of information provided by you,

* formulation of a work plan,

* research and analysis of the documents in order to extract all the evidence,

* written report of what was found,

* recommendations for future research, and

* copies, transcriptions, or abstracts of documents, as appropriate.

Connie Lenzen
10411 SW 41st Avenue
Portland, OR 97219-6984
Phone: 503-810-4327

E-mail: ConnieLenzen@gmail.com

Connie's blog: http://connie-lenzen.blogspot.com

*The words Certified Genealogist are a registered certification mark, and the designation CG a proprietary service mark, of the Board for Certification of Genealogists, and are used under license by authorized associates following peer-reviewed competency evaluations. The board name is registered in the US Patent & Trademark.



Last update: 25 March 2017