My name is Stacey and I am here to help you dig up information about your beloved ancestors. As a genealogist & DNA researcher, I map out family histories, track down important family documents, and investigate family mysteries. See what some of my past clients had to say.
I became involved with my ancestors and their sometimes baffling history, by a quirky twist of fate. See: Rocky Mountain Hi
I am the current sustaining historian and past-president of the Clear Creek Canyon Historical Society. My grandfather helped to create this historical society in the early 70’s. As the historian, I was compelled to initiate the restoration of the Historic Cemetery in the old mining town of Winfield. Furthermore, I currently oversee the society’s document preservation project. This involves the digitization of approximately 700 photos and enumerable documents from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s.
Travel provides significant inspiration and connection to my work. I’ve been to Perthshire, Scotland, several times, where I discovered my Wallace ancestors and some very interesting cousins. While there, I visited the grave of my five-times-great-grandparents and the castle where this grandfather worked as the head gardener in the early to mid 1700’s.
Since I started 16 years ago, I have created over 50 family trees for my family and other’s. Throughout this time many of my distinguished accomplishments include the publication of a short story in Family Tree Magazine, writing several articles for a local periodical, and teaching classes on genealogy, internet genealogy, writing family histories, and ancestry.com tutorials. I also had the pleasure of being featured for a history segment on 9News. Further leadership positions include serving as the president of the Larimer County Genealogy Society in Ft. Collins, Colorado and partaking in organizing Conference for a Cause. This is a conference in Northern Colorado where genealogy enthusiasts of all ages have come to learn from notable speakers such as Josh Taylor, Tom Jones, Blaine Bettinger, Judy Russell, and others.
Come join me for what has been, and still is, a fantastic journey and exploration of family. Please feel free to contact me if you are ready to start your own Family Dig.
Stacey Wallace Rehbein