Emma MacBeath M.Ed, MSM
Emma is the founder and owner of Emma’s Family Treasures
in the Seattle, Washington area.
As a child, watching my mother, aunt, and grandparents do family research, I caught the genealogy bug very early. For me, looking for clues to research questions has been like reading one incredible mystery novel after another! After teaching school for over a decade, I realized that both research and writing were my true passions and calling.
I have over 30 years of experience researching throughout the United States using a large variety of records, repositories, and methods. Once I caught the DNA bug, I began to incorporate its use in research using various programs for chromosome mapping and matching.
As a genetic genealogist, the majority of genealogy work I do is post adoption and biological family searches using DNA. I incorporate my variety of research experiences into these cases.
Only the highest standards of research and sound sources are used in every step of the research process.
MEMBERSHIPS, EDUCATION AND ACTIVITIES
- Association of Professional Genealogists
- International Society of Genetic Genealogy
- Master of Education, Master of Business Management, Bachelor of Science-Elementary Education, Minor in French
- Transcription and Translation volunteer for Family Search
- Project Coordinator for the WikiTree Adoption Angels Project
- Volunteer for WikiTree as a mentor, researcher, DNA helper and Adoption Angel
- More than 30 years experience searching in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and several countries in Western Europe.
- Areas of speciality include (but are not limited to): the U.S. (19th and 20th century), Biological Family Searches, DNA,DNA and Genealogy Education, French-Canada, England, Latter-Day Saints (Mormons), Heir Searches, Transcription of older documents, and French Document Translation.
You can find my published works at emmalinerosebooks.com