Shouldn't every bed-and-breakfast have a resident genealogist?
Jerry and Nancy Jones own The Golden Lion, a one-of-a-kind bed-and-breakfast. Because of Jerry's expertise in genealogy and his reputation for tracing difficult surnames, the inn attracts many guests named Jones. They arrive clutching birth certificates, death certificates, census records and family Bibles, determined to unearth one more clue to their families' origins.
You don't have to be a Jones or a genealogist to stay at The Golden Lion, although you might be lodged in the Cadwallader Jones room, the Nicholas Jones room or the Griffin Jones room, all named after Jerry's ancestors. And if you ask, he will be glad to regale you with tales of their escapades. [Link]