Denville, New Jersey – RecordClick.com has brought on a unique mix of professional and guest writers from all over the United States, including expert genealogists, a medical doctor/geneticist, as well as several published authors. The Editorial Team researches and writes informative genealogy-related articles about lineage research, including the latest news and trends, as well as research resources. The solid content increases and extends RecordClick’s services to readers who want to research their own family genealogy. The writing and editing team focuses on creating quality content for the company’s webpages and blogsite, as well as crafting research reports and narrative scripts for family history videos.
“We are a genealogical service provider first and foremost, but we also recognize that our product is intimate and emotional to our customers,” explains Founder and CEO Elizabeth Khan. “To a great extent, family genealogists want to do their own genealogy research. RecordClick’s content is generated by seasoned writers, many of whom are professional genealogists themselves, and is geared to help family historians do their own investigation by providing helpful tips and research resources. RecordClick is available when our customers hit a genealogy brick wall and require a genealogist for hire.”
RecordClick’s Editorial Staff:
Nancy Siddons-Daniels serves as Senior Editor/Writer and Content Manager for RecordClick. With 25 years experience in communications, Nancy has worked at HBO (New York City and Los Angeles), Jefferies & Company (Los Angeles), and Hoover’s (Austin). She has written articles for a number of magazines, and is the co-author of Rosie’s Daughters, an anthology of women who worked on the Homefront during World War II. She is a member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) and is an avid genealogist.
Joan Shurtliff is a board certified genealogist with ties to several early settlers and 1870 Nebraska homesteaders. A member of the South Dakota Genealogy Society (SDGS), Joan received the Outstanding Member Award for 2011. She currently serves as a Quarterly Editor for the SDGS.
Patricia (“Tricia”) Dingwall Thompson is a professional genealogist with articles found in the New England Historic Genealogical Society magazine American Ancestors, on Everton’s Genealogical Helper website, and serialized in the “New Hampshire Genealogical Record.” Several of her researched genealogies are housed in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Having taught high school Advanced Placement English for 38 years, Tricia now teaches genealogy classes through the Bozeman School District. She is a member of the NSDAR.
Dr. Tim Janzen is a medical doctor and geneticist, specializing in phasing and autosomal DNA analysis. Dr. Janzen supports the use of DNA analysis as a complement to traditional genealogical research. In addition to running a family practice, Dr. Janzen is a consultant to the genetics company 23andMe as one of their Ancestry Ambassadors. He also serves on the ISOGG Y-DNA Haplogroup Tree Committee.
Abbye Silverstein specializes in Jewish genealogy. A Colorado licensed Acupuncturist, Abbye holds a Masters of Acupuncture from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute in Laurel, Maryland. She is a Five Element trained practitioner specializing in anxiety, stress and PTSD. Currently, she is writing a Five Element Practice Manual.
Sylvia Lambert offers an extensive background in writing for corporate and consumer audiences. Sylvia co-founded the Fredericksburg Herb Farm (Texas) and coordinated the Farm’s marketing communications for more than 15 years. Her published work includes Along the Garden Path, a compilation of herb recipes and lore, and Herbs: Growing and Using the Plants of Romance, which earned the Benjamin Franklin Book Award.
RecordClick is a full-service genealogy research firm that specializes in investigating lineage cases throughout the United States and internationally. With research teams in several European countries – including, but not limited to, England, Germany, and Ireland – RecordClick also covers Argentina and Canada. RecordClick’s headquarters is strategically located on the East Coast, providing an advantage based on proximity to immigration documentation. Offering more than just traditional look-ups and pedigrees for tracing ancestry, RecordClick’s genealogists pull away from the pack by offering alternative research processes for big and small projects – such as DNA testing, customized ancestor search, and video biographies – allowing clients to skim the surface or do a deep dive into tracing their genealogy tree. For more information on RecordClick, please visit http://www.recordclick.com. Follow RecordClick at http://www.facebook.com/pages/RecordClick/116962945078368?ref=hl or on Twitter at @recordclick.
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