Maine Professional Genealogists
The Maine State Library has a large collection of New England genealogical and local histories, but because of limited staff time, the Library cannot undertake extended research for correspondents.
Following is a list of professional genealogists in Maine. Please contact them for details regarding their fees.
|Last Name, First Name||Home Town||Subject Area Speciality|
|Andrews, Michelle||South China||
Birth, marriage, death records, obituaries and town histories.
Specialize in deeds/probate as well as census and vital records. 20 years experience in researching for people all over the United States. References available on request. Teacher of Genealogy Classes in Skowhegan, Maine.
Franco-Americans and French-Canadians and their local history. My books are all over North America.
Specializing in Maine families and Franco-American heritage
|Grimard, M.Ed., Andre||South Portland|
Vital records, military history, grave location
|Jordan, Patricia "Patsy"||Waltham||
|Kelly-Gaynor, M. Kathryn||Bethel||
Genealogist since 1982, passionately specializing in early Western Maine families and their settlements. Migration patterns from Europe to Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. New England Genealogy, Probate, Deed and Title research, associated heir searches, Maine historical research. Transcription and abstracts. Old record transcription. Living history interviews. Photographic identification.
Intestate research for law firms needing assistance and Native American ancestor research including connection with ancestor's tribe
|Schad, Vicki Reynolds||Vassalboro||
Vital records, house histories
|Smith, Peter||South Gardiner|
Have been doing Maine genealogy for over 40 years. Was certified for 20 of those years. Specialize in Maine families.