About Fort Wick Genealogy
Fort Wick Genealogy was born of a desire to help others with their genealogical and historical research needs. We specialize in onsite and online archival records research, forensic genealogy, military records, house histories, dual citizenship applications, and genetic genealogy. Past clients have included family researchers, adoptees, Irish and Italian dual citizenship applicants, authors, and private investigation agencies.
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Fort Wick Genealogy knows that finding the right genealogist to help you with your research can be daunting. That’s why we offer free consultations to walk you through your needs, your goals, and your budget.
Greg Wick has been passionate about genealogy since his youth. Like many genealogists, his interest in genealogy was inspired by the stories he heard from grandparents and great-grandparents as a young child. His fascination with finding his roots has led him all over the country, including the states of Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and abroad to England, Ireland, Scotland, and Germany. After spending many years researching his own family, he decided to utilize his skills to help clients with their own research needs. In May 2016, he received his certificate in Professional Genealogical Research after completing Boston University's Genealogical Research Program. As a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, Greg adheres to the Association of Professional Genealogist's Code of Ethics, and the Board for the Certification of Genealogists (BCG) Genealogical Proof Standard. Greg lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Jen, and two daughters.
EVERGREEN STATE COLLEGE
B. A. Communications, 1998
CPE Professional Genealogical Research Program, 2016
Membership & Affiliations
• Association of Professional Genealogists
• National Genealogical Society
• Genealogical Forum of Oregon
• Architectural Heritage Center (Portland, OR)
• ISOGG (International Society of Genetic Genealogy)
• Volunteer FTDNA Co-administrator - McDuffie Surname Project