Find The Mysteries of Your Past…To Find the Story of Your Life

© Annalies Nutley
(Left:  The Day It All Began – My journey through Edinburgh, Scotland, in the search of my maternal ancestors)

Have you ever wondered where your family comes from?  Have you ever wanted to know more about your grandmother, or about that mysterious looking great uncle in that old family photo?  

Are you stuck in your own research?  Do you need help tracing your ancestry?

I provide a professional research service which aims to uncover your family’s ancestral lines and then showcase these in a colour ancestor chart, while also providing you with various other reports.  You will also receive a professional custom made Project Folder, full of the records and documents we uncover during research.

The majority of my clients are people who do not have the time to do their own research and build their family genealogy.  Others have already completed a part of their family tree and are seeking professional help to go further back in time.

My prices are reasonable and I offer payment plans to suit pensioners, low income earners, or any one who wants to undertake a Full Family History Project yet doesn’t have the funds up front to do so.

Please see my other pages for specific information about research, projects, prices and resources.

A SPECIAL REUNION – One of my favourite stories

Genealogy encompasses so much, and one of my favourite projects, if you can call it that, was when I had the amazing pleasure of helping a young man in his search for a woman named Vivienne – the daughter of a violin maker named Nelson Hardy Oliver.  In 1918, the same year that Vivienne was born, Nelson made his one and only cello.  This young man, Andre, was now the owner this unique instrument and wanted to find Vivienne or one of her descendants so that he could play his treasured cello, made so long ago by her father Nelson.  Well – after some weeks of looking for a “living person” – not your average project might I say – we were just amazed to find out that Vivienne was actually still alive at the age of 99, and after hearing Andre’s story, she was very eager to once again hold the cello her father had made so many years ago.  Genealogy takes me on so many journeys; all of them emotive and unforgettable in their own right.  I hope one day I can uncover your story and the reasons you came to be where you are today.

Jun 10, 2020 | Posted by | 0 comments