Michael Pollock is now writing frequent articles for Archives.com as part of the web site's Expert Series. As his new role, Michael will be writing about genealogy research methods for newcomers and experts alike.
Michael has been a professional genealogist since 1974. He has had articles published in a number of magazines, including Heritage Quest (for which he also wrote a brief-lived column called "So You Thought Your Research Was Done"), Virginia Magazine of Genealogy, Southside Virginian, National Genealogical Society Quarterly, and Adams Addenda. He was editor/ publisher of Frederick Findings, Pollock Potpourri, and Morgan Migrations. His books include a Genealogy of President Ronald Wilson Reagan, The Morton Family of Southside Virginia, Marriages of Henrico County, Virginia and Methodist Church Records of Gloucester County, Virginia.
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