Sampson County Paid Researchers
This page will have people that are willing to do research for a fee in the Sampson County area ONLY. Please email the person with your request to see if they are available to do the research for you, as well as to discuss any fees. They will not order records from the National Archives, you can do that yourself or use Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness
Please remember do not send them an email with I want anything to do with the "Doe" family. You need to be as specific as possible, and provide as much information as you know on the person you are wanting information on. IE: I am looking for a will, estate record, or land deed on John Doe born 1754 Greene County, died 1844 Greene County married Jane Smith in 1774 Greene County. He may have lived in or around the Snow Hill area.
Remember the researcher can only find what you are looking for with the information you provide!
Also, ask the researcher how many names you can request information on at one time before hitting them with a long list. You can always follow up by requesting more information after they are finished with your first request.
Please be polite and courteous with your requests and remember to THANK them for the information they do find for you. Remember they are volunteering to do this for a fee, they actually don't have to do it at all. : )
If you are willing to do paid research in Sampson County please contact me Diane Siniard. Your efforts will certainly be appreciated.
|Researcher||Area of Preference|
|Jason Bordeaux||NC native with deep roots in Bladen, Robeson, Columbus, Sampson, Duplin, and New Hanover counties.
25 years of research experience. Expertise is southeast NC with a concentration on Bladen County.
I live in Randolph County. Familiar with the NC archives, county libraries and courthouses.
Extensive experience locating and transcribing records. I can do grave dowsing to plot unmarked graves in cemeteries.
A member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG).
Jason's APG Credentials
125 Durham Dr.
Fayetteville, Ga. 30214
|Do you have ancestors that moved to Georgia?
I can research at the Georgia State Archives or look up census and military records at the National Archives at East Point, Ga