The Wendell Research Group was founded by Cornelia Wendell Bush in 2014. We are located in the Hudson Valley, Village of Goshen, New York.
Cornelia was the Orange County Historian in Goshen, NY, and before that she conducted genealogical research for Clients in the United States and United Kingdom.
Her areas of expertise include Colonial America, Medieval Europe and Scottish Clans.
She was Verifying Genealogist for the National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century for a decade, which gave her a solid research grounding in all 13 original colonies.
She is the Designated Genealogist of the Society of Scottish Armigers, and maintains a strong interest in Heraldry.
Cornelia has been a recommended Researcher at the National Archives, the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, the Maryland State Archives, the Virginia State Library, the North Carolina State Library and Archives.
She appeared as a subject matter expert in the award-winning independent film about Scottish-Americans, the Tartan Apple.
She consulted for the New England Historic Genealogical Society in 2009 for their first-ever research trip to Scotland.
Cornelia completed the National Institute of Genealogical Research in 2003, became a Certified Lineage Specialist in 2003 (#119) and a Certified Genealogist in 2003 (#947). Today, she maintains her membership in the Association of Professional Genealogists.
She became a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, earning the designation FSA Scot.
She was educated at the University of Virginia, Duke University, Tulane University, and Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Today Ms. Bush is offering her expertise in these areas to both attorneys and the public at large. Anyone who needs genealogy or legal research assistance may benefit from her knowledge in these areas.
Contact Us to learn more about Ms. Bush and how she can assist you.