I am available for a wide range of Military and Genealogy Research Projects.

Over the years I have conducted research for all manner of media platforms including TV, radio and film. However, I also glean immense enjoyment by working on a private level as I particularly enjoy researching individual servicemen and women and then passing on the information gathered to the families involved and occasionally conducting tours that follow in their ancestors footsteps. My experience in being able to source material is vast and helped by my many connections in archives worldwide. Indeed, in 2015 alone I conducted 17 tours following family members during World War II - British, American and Canadian. The research side of my work is always very fulfilling, whether it is a full blown investigative project or providing a few photographs of a particular place of importance.

To assist in my work I have an ever expanding library of over 2000 books as well as an ever increasing archive of official records, documents, photographs and maps obtained from archives and collections throughout the world.

No matter how large or small your research requirements are, it is always worth contacting me to discuss further.




Hi Gary
I toured with you on June 13 and 14 with Jean and Gerry Evans (my sister and brother-in-law) and our cousin from Winnipeg. I just wanted to let you know that our time with you was definitely the highlight of our month in Europe. 

Taking Gerry to see the place where his dad was wounded was an exceptional thing for him and seeing the places that I had only read about had a profound affect on me.

I will never see a bridge, church, or crossroad in quite the same way again! I am still haunted by Authie town square.

Again thanks for all the time you spent with us. 
Georgina Macleod

British Columbia, Canada