Suzan A. Drescher

203 Dorchester Avenue

Cambridge, Maryland USA

Phone- 410-228-5953


American Genealogist

Career Objective

To turn my passion for genealogy into a profession

To advance my research skills

To further my genealogy education and become a certified genealogist


Languages- English, Conversational German

Registered Researcher- Library Congress and National Archives, Washington, DC

Developing and maintaining a client base

Knowledge of sources for United States genealogical records

Extensive knowledge of genealogical records in Washington, DC, NY City and Maine

Good organizational skills

Perseverance to complete tasks

Self-motivated and disciplined

Access to US census, vital records, newspapers

Microfiche reader and FHL microfiche for France and New York


1989 - present

personal family genealogy- researching vital records, census, immigration, passenger lists, newspapers, cemetery records, occupational records, church records, with research field trips to New York City, Maine and Washington, DC

Suzan A. Drescher

2001 - present

Daughters of the American Revolution Chairman of the Lineage Research Committee, General Perry Benson Chapter- checking applications for accuracy and helping potential DAR members with their applications, advising them where and what to find.

2002 - present

Daughters of the American Revolution Volunteer Genealogist- conduct genealogy workshops for potential members

1980 - present

Self-employed- built and own a business

Genealogical Membership

2000-present- member National Genealogical Society

2001-present- member CGA (Alsatian Genealogical Society)

2000-present- member Dorchester Historical Society


Sanford Preparatory Scholl- Hockessin, Delaware

Chesapeake College- Wye Mills, Maryland

DAR Volunteer Genealogy Course- Washington, DC