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Gold Family History Research Package Print

What to expect:

This package enables us to carry out thorough research of at least two family lines, sometimes more, usually to the early 1800s or sometimes the late 1700s. We will spend the 12 hours of research time focussing on the areas of your ancestry that interest you most.

Perhaps there is rumour of a famous relative or a war-time romance that fascinates you? As long as the documentation exists, we will endeavour to uncover it and we will always keep you informed of our progress.

 

Package Contents:

  • Presentation folder
  • Comprehensive genealogical report covering all researched relatives (20-30 pages)
  • 12 hours of in-depth research work
  • 12 hours of documentation and presentation work
  • Copies of 2 relevant BMD certificates or census reports
  • History of your ancestors' surnames
  • Poster sized Family Tree Chart




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Understanding the Census
National censuses have been taken every 10 years and record everyone in a dwelling on a particular night. They provide the family historian with invaluable personal information about their ancestors, their friends, neighbours, jobs and living conditions. The most recent census report available to the public is always 100 years old. The earliest census which records actual names is 1841.