Need Assistance With Your Research?


All members of Clan Baird Society Worldwide are allotted two(2) hours of research time. There is ZERO charge! We're happy to help you work through brick walls, gain insights into your specific branches, and steer you through research methods and tools that might further assist your research. We work with traditional and genetic genealogy. Not all issues can be resolved within the two hour margin, so brick wall queries will remain an open case that we will work alongside you on, as time allows, until hopefully resolved.

Need Help Sourcing Your Baird Lineage?

If you are a Baird descendent but are lacking the source documents to fully prove your lineage, please reach out to us! We're happy to help you properly source your Baird line.

There is a lot of confusion and inconsistencies running rampant online and sometimes the family genealogies we inherit are a bit jumbled. If this should happen to be the case for you, we'd very much like the opportunity to work together and assist in ironing out problem areas that might linger in your branches.

Interested in Joining Our Baird DNA Studies?

Have you had your DNA tested at AncestryDNA, FTDNA, 23&Me or MyHeritage? Are you a male Baird that had your Y DNA tested at FTDNA? Come join our Autosomal DNA Study and our Y DNA Study! For more details, email either Crystal or Brittany and we'll be happy to discuss the projects with you more fully.

If your particular genealogy issue or question doesn't fall into the list above, please don't hesitate to reach out. We'd be more than happy to assist in whatever way possible! We look forward to working with you.

We're Here to Help!


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Crystal Toronyai Davis

Greetings Cousins, near and far. Foremost, I am humbled and have graciously accepted the invitation to serve the Clan Baird Society Worldwide as a Clan Genealogist. Descended from Andrew Baird, son of John Baird of Monmouth N.J., our clan has held a special place in my heart since I was a young girl. I began my journey into family history research at the early age of nine, fortunate to have been mentored in traditional genealogical methodology from many elder cousins. I come to you with over 25 years experience. Having built my own family tree from breadcrumbs, it was not long before I began doing research for relatives and friends. I have worked with genetic genealogy since its inception to the consumer base. I have helped solve countless adoption cases and have served clients with a variety of genealogical queries. Currently, I study with the National Institute of Genealogical Studies, pursuant of certification in American Records, Scottish Records, and Forensic Genealogy. Additionally, I am working towards accreditation. More recent endeavors include my Baird & NaeSmyth DNA projects, publications, research and genetic genealogy tutorials, alongside my YouTube channel, AncestralSpotlight, where I highlight “ancestors a little less know” and offer educational videos. I am excited to work with members of our vibrant and ever-growing clan, so please reach out to me with your queries at:

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Brittany Moore-Bedell

Hello Baird family! It’s so wonderful to be a part of such an amazing group of cousins. I am so very thankful for the opportunity to also serve as a clan genealogist for Clan Baird Society Worldwide and look forward to working with everyone. I am also a descendent of “Old John Baird” of Monmouth County, New Jersey, through his son John Junior. For as long as I can remember, I was dragged every summer to my maternal grandmother’s “Baird Family Reunion”, held here in Iowa. I cringed when I was young, but as I got older, I slowly began to appreciate all of the family history that was shared each year and started to look forward to the following year. And thus, my “Baird Family Addiction”, was born. I have worked on family research off and on in some capacity since high school, though my more focused research has surfaced in the last 7-8 years, and developed into a website, research, and personally-created research tools, available at Branches in Time Genealogy. In the last 5 years, I have also delved into the realm of genetic genealogy and volunteered as an “Adoption Angel” for Wiki Tree Adoption Angels and, assisting adoptees with discovering their birth families. Currently, I’m working towards accreditation and certification in American Records and Scottish Records through the National Institute for Genealogical Studies, and plan to add a DNA & Genetic Genealogy certificate when the program is available. I look forward to getting to know everyone and hope to see you all in Scotland next summer! If ever you have questions, you can reach out to me on Facebook or email me at: