The “Saints” are Mike and Anna St. Clair.
Anna St. Clair has a B. A. Degree in Family History from Brigham Young University and more than 40 years experience with genealogical research. She has attended the week long Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) at Samford University in Birmingham Alabama and has served an internship at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Her work has primarily focused on the US South and Southeast, and she is very familar with the special problems and obstacles there. She also has experience with other areas of the US and the British Isles. Anna has taught dozens of classes on applying general research principles to genealogical research and is an experienced editor for genealogical and historical papers. She was formerly a staff member of the Oakton Virginia Family History Center and the Mount Timpanogos Multi-stake Family History Center in American Fork, Utah.
Mike St. Clair, FNGS, has more than 40 years experience with genealogical research primarily focused on the US and Canada. He also has experience with research in Scotland, continental Europe and Scandinavia. Elected a fellow of the National Genealogical Society in 1998, he has been a pioneer in using the Internet in support of genealogy. A working network and computer professional with a B. S. degree in Computer Science, he is proficient in the use of computer and Internet-based resources as applied to genealogical research. Mike has taught sessions at many national, regional and local genealogical conferences, has served on the conference committees for several GENTECH conference (as program chair for GENTECH99), and has taught dozens of classes on the use of Personal Ancestral File (PAF) and the Internet for Genealogy. He is past State Coordinator for the Idaho Project of USGENWEB and a past member of their national Advisory Board. Mike is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists(APG), the National Genealogical Society and the Utah Genealogical Association. Planning to become accredited with ICAPGEN, he is currently preparing the application materials. He is a past staff member of the Oakton Virginia Family History Centerthe Mount Timpanogos Multi-stake Family History Center in American Fork, Utah.
If a client desires to improve their own research skills, we feel the most successful projects are those where we are able to give you a boost, along with productive ideas on where best to proceed next. We are also happy to take full responsibility for extending and filling out your pedigree. Our commitment is to follow the Association of Professional Genealogists' (APG) Code of Ethics in all dealings with our clients.
Some Significant Research Facilities we have experience with:
We have conducted research in many county courthouses and community libraries with local history/genealogy collections in: Alabama, Alberta, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ontario, Quebec, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia, Wyoming
And we have worked with the records of many other states, provinces, and countries via libraries, microfilm, and online databases.