Certification

  • Certified July 1, 2016, by the Board for Certification of Genealogists ®. My work is peer-reviewed every five years.

 Major Educational Institutes & Conferences

      Institute for Genealogical and Historical Research  

  • Understanding Land Records (Christine Rose, CG, CGL, FASG)

  • For Land's Sake! Advanced Analysis and Platting (Birdie Holsclaw, CG and Barbara Vines Little, CG, FNGS, FVGS)

Virtual Institute of Genealogical Research 

  •  Writing Logical Proof Arguments (Michael Hait, CG)

  • Understanding Autosomal DNA (Blaine Bettinger, Ph.D., J.D.)

  • Preparing the Field: Understanding the Agricultural Records of our Ancestors (J. Mark Lowe CG, FUGA)

  • Genetic Genealogy for the Professional Genealogist (Blaine Bettinger, Ph.D., J.D.) 

Association of Professional Genealogists Professional Management Conference

  • Legends Live Forever: Researching the Past for Future Generations, 2004

  • Embracing Innovation & Opportunity, 2014


The Regional In-depth Genealogical Studies Alliance Institute (Southwest Regional National Archives)


Published Works

  • Abraham, Rians/Ryan of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania: His Ancestors & Descendants

  • James Knight: From Harford County, Maryland to Williamson County, Texas

  • Automatically Numbering Your Genealogy in Microsoft® Word


Memberships

  • Association of Professional Genealogists

  • National Genealogical Society

  • The Southern Historical Association

  • Texas State Historical Association
  • Texas State Genealogical Society
  • International Society of Genetic Genealogy

RONDINA P. WALLACE CG ®

I am a native Texan and attended Southern

Methodist University and the University of

North Texas. While raising three children,

wrote books for parents about resources for children and ran a children's bookstore. My genealogical pursuits began after my mother's death in 1993 and I took my first client case as a professional in 1996. My other interests include the history of Central Texas the Territory of West Florida which stretched from the Mississippi River through the Florida Panhandle.


I provided Texas research for Season 3 of the U.S. production of Who Do You Think You Are? and was a manuscript reader for Elizabeth Shown Mills's Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace. I also had the honor of revising the Transcribing, Extracting and Abstracting Genealogical Records course provided by the National Genealogical Society. I am a consulting genealogist for the Daniel Coleman Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. My genealogical education and memberships are listed below.

​​​​Rondina P. Wallace CG®

Ancestral Analysis

1815 Split Oak

San Antonio, Texas 78248

rondina@ancestralanalysis.com