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All researchers at Family Tree In A Week are proud members of the Association of Professional Genealogists.
What We Need From You
- After you place your order, you’ll be directed to a form to fill out online to give us the basic information we need to start our research. If you’d prefer, you can e-mail us the information or call and give it to us over the phone.
- We need to know as much information as you can give us about your parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents.
- Full names, including maiden names
- Dates and places of birth, marriage, death
- Any other information you can think of such as places lived or military service
- Give us about a week and go back to your busy life while we follow your family’s historical trail back through time.
- We review the information you give us to make sure it’s enough to start with.
- Your personal researcher will use all the collections and resources at our disposal during the time available to extend your family tree back through the generations and to broaden your family tree by including aunts, uncles, and cousins.
- Along the way, we might call or e-mail if we have any questions or to confirm findings.
- When we’re done, we send you a link to download your complete genealogy report, with GEDCOM file and full-resolution images securely.
Personal Family History Report
We’re Not Just Professionals – We’re Specialists
We’re able to offer this service at a low price because we specialize. Specialization means we can produce high quality results quickly at low cost, but it also means we only work within our area of specialization:
WE SPECIALIZE IN STARTING FROM SCRATCH
Our research begins with your parents, grandparents, or great-grandparents, and we go as deep and wide from there as we can.
If you or someone else in your family has already done a lot of genealogy research that you want to extend or document, we recommend you contact one of our advanced research partners.
WE SPECIALIZE IN AMERICAN GENEALOGY
It’s what we know best and work with most easily since we’re English-speaking Americans ourselves.
This doesn’t mean we limit our research to your American ancestors. If your family came to the U.S. in the 1800s or early 1900s, we expect to trace them back to their home country and continue working backwards from there.
If your family only came to the U.S. since 1930, however, you’ll be better served by one of our advanced research partners.