Allison Peacock, Founder & President
Investigative genetic genealogist Allison Peacock brings passion, skills, and significant experience to facilitating the resolution of unknown identities, including deep expertise in researching genealogies in Latin American countries. A hands-on investigator, Allison has researched cases in at least 15 foreign countries and counting. Her solved cases include scores of unknown subject and unidentified remains cases. Other significant identification projects include the paternity of a man born in South Carolina in 1856, the identity of an international black market adoption survivor, a dual perpetrator Midwestern homicide case, and assisting the families of two Texas murder victims with locating the couple’s missing daughter after 41 years. That case led to the innovative creation of a memorial fund to underwrite unidentified remains cases providing the opportunity for the families to turn their pain into purpose.
Allison has been interviewed on the subject of genetic genealogy by every major American media network, appearing on broadcasts such as GMA3 and CNN Tonight with Laura Coates. FHD Forensics leverages her experience on the front lines of this emerging field exclusively for law enforcement agencies, archeological teams, and restorative justice projects.