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Silver Family History Research Package Print

What to expect:

This package usually results in at least one family line being traced back to the mid 1800s or before, as long as the documentation exists. We are sure you will be delighted with the detail of our research and its stylish presentation.

As with all our other research packages, our Silver History can be added to at any time. You decide how much you want to spend and which optional extras you would like. This makes a wonderful anniversary or birthday gift.

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Package Contents:

  • Presentation folder
  • In-depth genealogical report covering all researched relatives (up to 20 pages)
  • 7 hours of in-depth research work
  • 9 hours of documentation and presentation work
  • Copy of 1 relevant BMD certificate or census report
  • History of one of your family's surnames




I can safely say that I am a complete family history addict now! Would it be possible to extend your research to look at my maternal grandmother's side, please? -- Mrs B.B. (Newport)
 
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.