Oregon Genealogists

We are accomplished Oregon genealogists.

Melick Professional Genealogists have experience in researching historical documents from Oregon. You will be provided with  well-documented customized genealogy research services to uncover your progenitors and lineage.

  • We excel in assisting our clients by providing detailed, fact-based information on their family ancestry and history.
  • We supply documentation for of our findings.
  • As a professional genealogy firm, we conform to “The Genealogical Proof Standard,” assuring  you our family history findings are proven and legitimate.
  • Are you stuck on one ancestor - blocking you from moving forward on your tree? Our expert researchers are able to help.

Our research process

  1. Prepare a Oregon research plan
  2. Undertake the research, which involves contacting Oregon genealogical societies, Oregon libraries, courthouses, archives, cemeteries, and more;
  3. Analyze the information to support our findings are exact and up to our rigorous standards;
  4. Reveal our findings and provide the backing documents – reports include photocopies of pictures and documents and may include outlines of key details;
  5. If requested, create a personalized family history pedigree chart (family tree)

We start the work in Oregon. We end the search when we reveal to you your family background

Providing Oregon family history research services has been a passion in our family for generations. As experienced genealogists, {help you discover|we help you discover|we assist you in discovering} your ancestry so that you can get to know your roots by tracing your family genealogy and family’s heritage.

Oregon Missing Heirs and Beneficiaries Traced

Our skilled forensic investigators and professional genealogists have the skills to conduct all-inclusive genealogy research to locate missing beneficiaries in Oregon. For additional information on locating Oregon lost heirs, visit the lost heirs page.

Oregon Genealogy Resources

We have compiled a list of research links for Oregon genealogy: