Reconstructing Kinship with Confidence…
We specialize in genealogical research for legal, insurance, and financial professionals
and family history research focusing on Vermont and Ireland.
Details—facts—are the stones from which solid genealogical houses are constructed. But a heap of stones is not a house. The strength of each stone needs to be examined, and weak ones culled. Those that withstand critical examination must be fitted together tightly, matching the protrusions in one to the indentations in the other. 1
- Elizabeth Shown Mills and Gary B. Mills, “Editor’s Corner: Facts: Do They Really Speak for Themselves?” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 86:4 (December 1998), third unnumbered page. Used with permission. ↩