Generations Found provides genealogical research services focusing in the Mid-Atlantic region. The research is conducted and reports prepared by me, Renee Woodworth, a researcher by trade and a genealogist by design.
My interest in genealogy can be traced to my Grandmother (who if alive would be 105 years old) and her family. They saved everything, and I mean everything. The best part was almost everything came with a note about its history.
Grandma wrote all she knew about her ancestors in a Family History Book. That is where I started. From there, I worked on the family tree. I pulled other information from a large box of papers and pictures I had. Other research included the internet.
I am still working on my family history but I started doing research for others. I love the investigation, finding leads and tracking down information. I have created Family Histories, found missing information on ancestors and broke through genealogical brick walls. I have developed Family Histories as great gifts for special occasions, such as weddings.
I have access to Internet Resources, local libraries and historical societies, Library of Congress, National Archives and the Family History Center.
I look forward to our journey together ...
"Discovering Your Family Tree
One Branch at a Time."
For more information
submit a request from the Contact Us Page
or call 410.382.6351.
Renee did an amazing job of bringing my family oral history to life. She followed my mother's family coming to America on the ship Giula with only $8.00 and explained how they arrived in New Jersey. The pictures she provided of my grandparent's homeland were beautiful!
On My Dad's side she took us back to Ireland and identified when my family came to America in 1855. She even settles some family lore about numbers of children born in America! This is a precious gift that I can now give my children.
Thank you Renee!
Patty McCarthy Keeton
Renee's work documents several generations on both sides of my family. My family bible focuses on my Mom's side so her work on my Dad's side is especially valuable. Taking my family through to the 1660's in Maryland adds a whole new (old) dimension to our family history. This is top-level work and is much appreciated!