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Established in 2000 and located in Idaho's capital city of Boise, just fifteen minutes from the Idaho Public Archives and Research Library, we still believe every client deserves friendly, individual and personal attention and service.

Our word is our bond, and we continually strive for customer satisfaction in all we do. Believing that a satisfied customer is our best advertising, we will provide the best genealogical products and services available at the most reasonable cost. Since your project is unique, we tailor our work to meet your needs, your budget, and your goals. We guarantee our services! We're not satisfied until you are!

Please make use of our vast selection of genealogical resources, many of which are free. But if you need professional assistance we are here to assist you. If we are unable to help you with your research, we will do our best to find someone qualified who can.

We offer the following services:

  •  United States and Scottish Genealogy Records
  •  U.S. and Scottish Census Records
  •  U.S. and Scotland's Civil and Statutory Records
  •  Records of Idaho and the Pacific Northwest United States; Oregon and Washington, as well as Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee.
  •  Military Service and Pension Records from the Revolutionary War to modern records
  •  Civil War Research and records from the Union and Confederacy
  •  Mayflower Descendants and Plymouth Colony Records
  •  Family History Library and LDS Research
  •  Lectures and seminars for small or large groups
  •  Training: private or group tutoring and lessons for beginners
  •  Digital Photo Restoration for your family photographs
  •  Document Conservation Services
  •  Computer Services & Website Development and Maintenance
  •  Professional Consultation Services: Genealogy and Historical Research
  •  Publication Services
  •  Gift Certificates for Any Occasion personalized at no additional charge
  •  Family Bible Transcription Services
  •  Free Notary Service
Carter L Wilson III

Carter L. Wilson III was born in Washington, D.C. Son of a career naval officer, he has traveled the world, including every state and territory of the United States. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force (1966 - 1970) and retired after 36 years of service with the Federal government and currently works full-time in genealogy and related fields.

With more than 36 years of research experience, Mr. Wilson is an author, publisher, educator and lecturer. He was appointed by Gov. Dirk Kempthorne to the Idaho State Historical Records Advisory Board; for a term expiring 2007. Mr. Wilson is a board member of the Idaho Genealogical Society where he is a life member. He also holds a lifetime membership in the Eastern Washington Genealogical Society, and memberships in numerous other societies. He is a Research Associate for, a former member of the Advisory Board for Everton's Family History Magazine and SW Idaho Chapter Coordinator and webmaster for the Idaho Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists.

He proudly sits on the Executive Board of the Ore-Ida Council of the Boy Scouts of America and is a representative to the national council of the BSA. He is a member of the Boy Scout's Honor Society and holds numerous awards and honors.

He is married to the former Gail Buehler, has three children and is the owner and managing director of Family Research Group in Boise, Idaho. His specialties include military records, Mayflower and Plymouth Colony records, Northwest and Southern states as well as Scottish and United States records and research.

Gail Wilson, Research AssistantGail Buehler Wilson was born and raised in Spokane, Washington, attending Spokane Community and Spokane Falls Community Colleges.

Moving to Boise in 1976, she married Carter Wilson and they have three grown children and three grandchildren. Gail retired in 2005 after nearly 31 years with the Postal Service. She is an avid quilter and an active member of the Boise Basin Quilters Guild. Gail has been involved in Boy Scouts for many years, is a member of the Boy Scout's National Honor Society, and holds some of Scouting's highest awards and honors.

Gail is descended from a Washington pioneer, the Rev. Adam Buehler, an early German Methodist Episcopal Circuit Rider in Washington Territory, who established some of the first churches in the Palouse region of eastern Washington. Her interest in genealogy comes from her grandmother, who was a member of the DAR, and several aunts and uncles. She is a research assistant for the Family Research Group and a volunteer at the Idaho Public Archives and Research Library.

She is a life member of the Idaho Genealogical Society and the Eastern Washington Genealogical Society, Secretary of the I.G.S., and active in the Boise DRC (Dead Relative Collectors). She has attended numerous workshops and seminars and assists in genealogical lectures and presentations.


Carter's Affiliations

Association of Professional Genealogists
Eastern Washington Genealogical Society
Filson Historical Society
Idaho Genealogical Society
Idaho State Historical Society
National Genealogical Society
Scottish Genealogical Association
Fife, Scotland Family History Society
U.S. Internet Genealogical Society
Association of Professional Genealogists

Idaho Genealogical Society

Eastern Washington Genealogical Society

Idaho State Historical Society

Scottish Genealogical Society

United States Internet Genealogical Society


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