Ulster Ancestry News

March 31, 2015

Bite Size Genealogy

Filed under: Documents,Manuscripts,Researching — Tags: , , , , — ulsterancestry @ 4:03 am

We are now offering an added service to meet an ever increasing demand for simple look ups at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland at a  reasonable cost, with a quick turnaround.

Many dedicated family historians have carried out a great deal of work themselves over the years. The information they have, has been collected from a wide range of sources, some of it verified by a checkable reference, some unfortunately not.

Others have vital “gaps “ in their tree, perhaps an entry of birth or marriage that can only be found in a local Church register.

With a view to making their research and their family story as complete and as accurate as possible we get an increasing number of enquiries for specific targeted look-ups for a wide variety of things.

This research might take 30 minutes or maybe an hour, sometimes longer depending on the nature of the search, but there is no time limit for this look-up service It can be any number of hours you like.

I like to call this “Bite Size Genealogy”

If you have such a request please send it to me via

researchers@ulsterancestry.com

I will tell you first if the search is feasible and if so quote you a “one off, all in” fee to carry it out and deliver the results via e mail.

So if this sounds like the answer to your research problem then formulate a request, send it to me and I’ll get back to you by return.

 For this look up service payment you will need a Paypal account as this will be the preferred method of payment for these small orders.

 

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