Discovering Nobility!
"We were tickled pink to discover there really was a Baron in the family, and that my suspicions were right about my grandma coming from nobility!" -- Mr S. (London)

Family Detective

Professional, Affordable Family History Research

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Who do you think you are? Print

Have you ever wondered where you came from? Who your ancestors were? How they lived, where they lived and what lives they built for themselves? Well, Family Detective can answer all those questions and more!

With a little information from you, one of our trained Researchers will dedicate hours of work into uncovering and presenting your family?s story from the past. Details about individuals and family units are woven together into a genealogical report which includes:


  • Names and nicknames
  • Dates of birth
  • Occupations
  • Addresses
  • Marriages
  • Christenings
  • Military histories
  • Sometimes even friends, neighbours and employers!



We also include specific articles about the trades and places that are pertinent to your ancestors.

To find out more, complete our no-obligation Application Form and one of our researchers will be in touch to discuss your requirements.




What can we say? Simply amazing work. Thanks again! -- Mr & Mrs R (Cumbria)


We have three Research Packages to choose from, varying in price and depth of research. Choose one to suite your budget - you can always upgrade at a later date. After all, Family History Research is addictive!

Photos and Correspondence
Personal memorabilia is often the best place to start your family research. Get in touch with the older members of your family and interview them. They may have some photos or correspondence that you can ask about. Items like this provide a natural talking point and are invaluable in prompting memories, stories and facts. Don't forget to take notes so that you can recall all the information later on.