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South Central Kansas Researcher

We have helped many people over the years. Some of the most frequent questions people have asked are below. Creating your family tree should be fun and intriguing. We are not going to say its easy, but we can help you through some of the tough problems geneologists have when conducting their search. You never know when a problem may arise. We'll be here if you do, just in case one of these situations come along.


Family Trees


One of your best kept record will be your family tree. Let us help you create what you have envisioned. Getting this off the ground correctly will help make your research flow with ease. Of course, we know you may have questions, so we have put together some helpful hints for novice and pro.

  • Where can I find the best information?
  • How do I read a census page?
  • Do I need a computer?
  • Are there really that many people I can find using the internet?
  • I've heard they came over on a boat. Can I find them?
  • They migrated all over the country. How can I find them?
  • How do I make a chart?
Family Tree Maker 2009


Computer Programs

Ever wonder if you really wanted to purchase that computer in the first place? Let us help you with your computer problems to make your research fun. With over 35 years of computer experience, we enjoy seeing people find a computer to be a useful tool for their family research, not just a game console the kids play with after school. Send us your questions. We try to reply the same day. Contact us. We are avid supporters of the Family Tree Maker program, with knowledge of many of the current versions on the market.

FTM  Family Tree Maker by Ancestry.com is one of the best programs for novice and expert. Visit their website at Family Tree Maker.com

"...If genealogy software has a granddaddy, it's Family Tree Maker..."
- ComputerUser Magazine, Dec. 2004




Research and History

There is so much you can do for your family reseach. From charts, census', ship manifest to headstone photos. Here is a five generation outline for each of us. You may find someone you know.

If you would like to see more, click this link to go to Donna's project at Ancestry.com.

Search 25.1 million cemetery records at by entering a surname and clicking search:

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