Silver Package - Two Line Study - £395

Research is carried out on two direct lines of ancestors, and usually takes your family tree back to the early 1800s.

We will provide a report and documents used throughout our research, such as birth, marriage, death and burial records, census returns, maps, pictures and other relevant material to paint a full picture of your two direct ancestral lines. Included, of course, will be a copy of your tree, so do send us scanned family images of family members so we can include them in the layout.

In summary, your package will include:

A full written account of research findings, plus copies or transcriptions of relevant documents, such as;

  • Copies of census records if found,
  • Copies of birth, marriage and death certificates (at £9.25 each, cost price, up to an agreed limit)
  • Two line family tree
  • Siblings included, where discovered
  • maps
  • Illustrations
  • Any other relevant documents

You will also receive the full research package on disk so you will have a digital record, and also a printed copy complete with attractive presentation binder.

Gold Package

This is a comprehensive package where all your ancestral lines are researched. The intention is to trace back to all eight great-grandparents.

Choose Your Package

Decide which package is best for you by clicking on the panels, but do contact us if you wish to discuss anything, or to let us know exactly what you require.

Silver Package

Research is carried out on two direct lines of ancestors, and usually takes your family tree back to the early 1800s.

Bronze Package

One direct line is researched from around the early 1900s looking at one surname only, taking your family tree back to the early 1800s.


Having now had the chance to look through the files you gave me, I wanted to thank you for all your work on this project as well as for the wonderful tour you gave us last Sunday morning. Tony and I learnt a lot and, more importantly, gained a much better feel for the environment in which first Frederick, then John, worked in those years, even though so much has changed since. Not least, we learnt that we had both utterly misunderstood what the job of “dock gatekeeper” was. It was also great to see Liverpool looking so much livelier than I remember it a decade or so ago, as well as seeing sunshine.
Simon Mollett

Dear Mike,
Thank you for the wonderful information you unearthed about the Molletts.I had no idea what to expect from the brief you were given and the tour certainly delivered everything I'd hoped for and more. We all enjoyed it hugely.
Marian Mollett

How on earth can I thank you for all the info you have sent to me. It is my wife's family history and you reduced her to tears reading all the facts. She can only recall her grandmother telling her that her grandad was awarded the Crois de Guerre for carrying a Belgian officer on his back whilst under gun fire. Elisa was informed by the war office that George had been missing in action and it wasn't until 6 months later that she heard again that he had been found in a Belgian hospital being nursed by Nuns. Thanks once again for all your help.
Barry Bramhill

Dear Mike
Thank you so much for all that information. It explains a lot and I must admit to shedding a tear or two when I read William's story. It has made me more even more determined to visit Etaples!
Lesley Milsom
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