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About Douglas Richardson

Douglas Richardson is a professional genealogist, historian, lecturer, and author residing in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has been actively involved in genealogical research for over 40 years, and has earned a well deserved reputation as one of America's leading genealogists. He holds a B.A. degree in History from the University of California (Santa Barbara), and a M.A. degree in History from the University of Wisconsin (Madison).

Douglas is an accomplished author. He has written numerous articles for all the major genealogical journals and magazines, including The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR), The American Genealogist (TAG), New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (NYGBR), Heritage Quest Magazine, and Foundations. He is the author of two full length books, Plantagenet Ancestry (2004) and Eno and Enos Family in America (Rev. ed., 1984).

Douglas has spoken at many genealogical conferences and workshops across the country. He is a former Contributing Editor of The American Genealogist and former member of the Santa Barbara Genealogical Society and Connecticut Society of Genealogists. He has taught American History at El Reno Junior College, El Reno, Oklahoma, and Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. For a more extensive biography, please see Who's Who in Genealogy and Heraldry (2nd ed.).

Douglas specializes in medieval and royal familiesí genealogical research. He is also experienced in research cases involving all periods of American research from colonial to the modern times. He brings a fresh creative approach to all research assignments and enjoys a reputation at "solving the unsolvable." Please contact Douglas at his e-mail address below to request a free estimate for genealogical research in these areas.