Nova Scotia Archives

Hiring a Researcher

Hiring a Researcher

The individuals listed here have been tested and certified by the Genealogical Institute of the Maritimes (G.I.M.) or the National Institute of Genealogical Studies (N.I.G.S., Toronto ON). The designations C.G.(C) [Certified Genealogist (Canada)] and G.R.S.(C) [Genealogical Record Searcher (Canada)] identify members of the G.I.M.; the designation P.L.C.G.S. [Professional Learning Certificate Genealogical Studies] identifies members of the N.I.G.S. These designations confirm the professional qualifications of these individuals, who are all members in good standing of their respective organization. They work for an hourly or contract fee; the Nova Scotia Archives assumes no responsibility for their work.

 

Virginia Clark, C.G.(C)

2150 Newton Avenue
Halifax, NS
B3L 3B9
email: don.clark@ns.sympatico.ca

 

Douglas M.J. Cochrane, C.D., B.A., C.G. (C)

316 Langbrae Dr.
Halifax, NS
B3S 1K4
email: familiesandfolklore@gmail.com

areas of research:
Nova Scotia Genealogy, Family History and Property Assessment Searches

 

Taunya Dawson, M.A., G.R.S.(C)

2571 MacDonald St.
Halifax, NS
B3L 3G3
email: tdawson@ns.sympatico.ca

areas of research:
Records of the Nova Scotia Archives, Loyalists, Planters, Annapolis Valley, Halifax, South Shore Families and Anglican Diocesan Records

 

Heather Smith Robinson, G.R.S.(C)

2083 #2 Highway
Economy, NS
B0M 1J0
email: heidi57@gmail.com

areas of research:
Colchester, Cumberland County

 

Donna G. Roulston, P.L.C.G.S.

PO Box 1184
Stellarton, NS
B0K 1S0
email: graceroulston@hotmail.com

areas of research:
Genealogical photography for Halifax City, Pictou and Colchester Counties (ie. Early settlement locations; historic buildings & cemeteries/gravestones)