Forensic  Genealogy  Services LLC

Dee Dee King

713-259-9082 - We're moving - temporary telephone/voicemail​

PO Box 1085 
Manvel  Texas 77578
Certified Genealogist (CG) is a service mark (sm) of the Board for Certification of Genealogists® conferred to associates who consistently meet ethical and competency standards in accord with peer-reviewed evaluations every five years.     

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Forensic Genealogy Services LLC routinely makes financial contributions to libraries, genealogical and historical societies, and other nonprofit repositories which provide volunteer record retrieval and other assistance. We appreciate that we cannot do our job without these volunteer services. We understand that the repositories rely on financial support from users.

In 2010, Forensic Genealogy Services implemented a scholarship award program to partially reimburse "Transitional Genealogists" for educational opportunities and career-building endeavors. The scholarship program has grown from there.  

2016 Scholarship Program

A minimum of two general education scholarships to members of the Transitional Genealogists list. The scholarship will provide a partial reimbursement to attend resources that are new for the applicant - first APG PMC, first IGHR, etc. Up to $150 each. Applicants must have been enrolled on the TGF list for at least six months and be able to briefly describe a business plan and how the scholarship will benefit their career in professional genealogy.

The ProGen Study Group is an innovative program that focuses on genealogical business development and research practices. Ongoing support for each study session, we will continue to offer scholarships to 
cover the participation fee and copies of the course text book Professional Genealogy: A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors, Lecturers, 
and Librarians.

 Application Form

​(ProGen students need not apply here as those requests are handled through ProGen. Applicants to the CAFG Mentor Program need not apply here as those are reviewed individually at time of application to CAFG. Applicants for CAFG-related scholarships need not be members of the TGF.)

2015 Recipients:

New England Regional Genealogical Consortium, Inc. (NERGC) 
Bryna O'Sullivan

Forensic Genealogy Institute 
Melissa Ellis - Canada                Laurie P. Russell

APG Virtual PMC
Deborah Harvey

Seema-Jayne Kenney

Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) 
Nancy Ward Remling

Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) Conference
Janice M. Sellers

Glory Sullivan Massey

2014 Recipients:
ProGen 23                              
Jason W. Crews, Pamela Orcutt                           

Forensic Genealogy Institute
Ami Sumie Mulligan, Kathy Kline

2013 Recipients:
ProGen  - January 2013                     
Miriam J. Robbins, Kelley Leary        

Forensic Genealogy Institute
​Janice Sellers

Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy Mentor Program
Claudia Breland

2012 Recipients:

Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy Mentor Program
Michael Hait, CG, Juvanne Martin, Liesa Healey-Miller 

ProGen 15 - February 2012 
Terri O’Connell                     

ProGen 16 - June 2012
Laura Marchese
2011 Recipients: 

ProGen 12 - March 2011                 
Claudia Breland, Dawn Carlile         

Elizabeth Oslon, Mary Alice Wildasin

IGHR "Genealogy as a Profession"   
Jessie Emerson                                  

SCGS Jamboree
Janice M. Sellers

Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy Mentor Program
Claudia Breland, Tina Sansone, and Connie Shotts, CG

ProGen 14 – October 2011
Carrie Olson 
2010 Recipients:
ProGen 8 – June 2010                 
Elyse Dorflinger 

ProGen 9 & 10 – September 2010         
Jackie Baker, Carrie Spencer 

ProGen 11 - October 2010
Colleen Willis, Jacky Gamble              

Cathi Desmarais

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