Anne J. Miller, Ph.D.

Anne is a psychologist, historian, and professional genealogist who has been doing genealogical research for twenty years.   She enjoys combining historical and genealogical resources to provide a better understanding of people and their lives.  She has published in genealogical and historical journals.  Her book The Southern Emigrant Trail through Riverside County was published in 2012.  She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) and the Southern California Chapter of APG as well as other local and national historical and genealogical societies.  She gives genealogical and historical presentations.

David M. Elliott, Ph.D.

David is a retired professor of nuclear engineering who has been involved with the Orphaned Bibles project since it started.  He participated in the mapping of the Southern Emigrant Trail and in the research of the history of the Rancho California Airport.  His expertise in computer applications greatly enhances our projects.

Julia M. Miller

Julia holds degrees in history from the University of Colorado and fine arts from the University of Arizona. She has been involved in genealogical research for nearly twenty years, specializing in the history of interactions between Native Americans and African Americans in the Eastern United States. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) and the National Genealogical Society (NGS) among other local genealogical and historical societies related to her research interests.

Sean Eric Clark, Ph.D.

Sean holds a doctorate in European history from the University of Arizona, specializing in medieval and early modern history of the German speaking lands of Central Europe. He has been involved in genealogical research for the last five years and enjoys using his knowledge of larger historical contexts to illuminate the personal histories he uncovers in his genealogical research. He has conducted primary and secondary research in modern and pre-modern forms of German, French, Italian, and Latin.