of the Vast Resources at Your Disposal
As well as our own collection of
information of over 600 MILLION people in North America, the British Isles and
Western Europe, we guide you through the vast resources of the Family History Center in Salt
Lake City and its thousands of branch libraries in the USA and Canada.
Nearly everybody in North America can utilize SLC records from
a location (Family History Center) near where they live. In nearly all
cases we can help you to find one. The following records may apply to your
assistance focuses mainly on documents
that are of genealogical value (birth, death, marriage, military,
land, probate, immigration, church/synagogue, federal and state census, and etc.) WHERE YOUR
More than 20 years of
experience in researching actual records (not just online
"bytes") can help you to find your ancestors yourself!
Of course, while there is a great amount
available in digital format, MOST genealogy research is done from
documents and data preserved on microfilm or microfiche.
We can even tell you exactly what film(s) to order, to start your
only will we give you a report to assist you in your own research, we
will even do an in-house search for you . . .
WE FURTHER ENJOY INSTANT ACCESS
TO MORE THAN 600 MILLION NAMES WORLDWIDE. THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS FOR
NORTH AMERICA, THE BRITISH ISLES, SCANDINAVIA (and more). WE WILL
SEARCH THESE DATABASES FOR YOU AND SEND YOU ANY FINDINGS:
huge database that we own consisting of Canadian and U.S.A. Vital Records
that contains information on more than 4.6 million christenings,
births, and marriages that occurred in the United States and Canada from
about 1700 to 1888. This information came from church and vital records.
US Census - We will research the 1880 US census for you (where
applicable) as part of our "Family Tree
Consulting and Assistance" package! This, for under
$15.00, is a deal of itself. We own the entire transcription of the original 1880
United States census. Now you don't have to be concerned with
handwriting that is poor, smudged, faded, or microfilmed pages that are
too dark to read on a microfiche machine! Includes the enumeration
of individuals within households and institutions. This allows you to
view those who were neighbors of your ancestors. Approximately 50
million names are included.
ABOUT YOUR ANCESTORS?
easy and exciting to research your own "Family Tree!"
It's important to know your own "Roots" and where you
come from - your heritage. START
British Census - This census has information on about 30 million
individuals from England, Wales, Scotland, the Channel Islands, and the
Isle of Man. It includes people on boats or ships (in port)
or who were living in poorhouses, mental institutions, workhouses,
schools, hospitals, and other nontraditional residences at the time the
census was taken.
Canadian Census - This census documents approximately 4.3 million
individuals. Information includes: name, age, gender,
location at the time of the census, birthplace, ethnic origin,
occupation, religious affiliation, marital status, and notations.
The census records enumerate individuals, grouped within households and
institutions, for the Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba, New
Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec, and
for the Northwest Territories. (The Northwest Territories in 1881
contained the current Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan and parts of
historical Manitoba, Quebec, and Ontario, plus the Territory of Yukon
and the western part of the Territory of Nunavut.)
Records Index for Scandinavia - The Vital
Records Index for Scandinavia contains information from birth,
christening, and marriage records from selected localities in Denmark,
Finland, Norway and Sweden. The Scandinavian church records in this
collection contain, in total, approximately 3.6 million birth or
christening records and one million marriage records.
• The Ancestral File™* database contains
million names that are
linked into families.
• The International Genealogical Index™*
database contains approximately 600
million individual names. An addendum to the
International Genealogical Index contains an additional 125
• The Pedigree Resource File™* database contains
over 45 million names that are linked into families.
Records available are from the United States,
Canada, the British Isles, Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Africa.
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About YOUR Ancestors?
While there is a great amount available
in digital format, MOST genealogy research requires painstaking, page-by-page,
hour after hour work with one's head buried in a microfilm or
microfiche machine - going through spool after spool of microfilm or
sheet after sheet of microfiche. This is the part most people
cannot do for themselves - and the part we LOVE to do for you.
Many people are so thrilled with the results
and our work that they go on to retain us again, and again for either
the same ancestral line, or a different line.