Research Guidelines .
I am pleased to help those researching their ancestry.
I assume that you have researched the relevant birth death and marriages indexes which are freely available. Whilst I have these for all states as well as the United Kingdom I don't usually look up these if you ask me to search my holdings. If this is not the case please say so and I will do so.
The resources to date consist of over 500,000 entries. Some of these have been digitised and of those approximately 56,000 are available to purchase on CDs.
Others whilst digitised have not been published on CD but can be searched by myself and are available for 'look ups' but the majority by far are not arranged in alphabetical order of surname, this is particular the case for land records, so 'look ups' can be time consuming.
If you are only require a particular resource to be searched, there may be no charge.
However normally 'lookups' of the digitised records are $2.0 per surname per group. If you want research carried out of just a look up of other records not digitised it is a case of p.o.a.
For information on how to request a look up see here.
You should be aware:-
that the time taken for research is the same whether entries are found or not.
that digital searches will return names that you may not be yours. For example a search for Smiths will find all the Smiths that I have in my holdings.
My interest is that of a social historian and I am to put some foliage on the tree. So where possible I will include background material or possibly references to place, properties or event. You may not want this material or may have already have it.
For a listing of the resources, follow this link.
If you wish me to carry out some research / look ups please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that some data bases are quite large and may take some time to load