Family Tree

A family tree will be created through online genealogical and archival research. I will acquire your ancestors available records, such as birth, death, immigration and military documents.

Upon completion of my research, Family Tree Maker is utilized to develop your own personal family tree. Additionally, I will include several other charts & reports on your relatives.

Family Research Tree – $ 250.00

(Initial flat fee for 6 hours research)

Payment must be made before any work begins

  • Subsequent hourly fee – $ 25.00 – Extra time may be necessary depending on how detailed the client wants their family tree.
  • Extra Possible Fees – At times, vital records may need to be ordered at an extra cost. (i.e. biological birth certificate, death certificate).
  • Other fees in addition to hourly fee may include extensive copying, translation of foreign documents.

Before any subsequent or extra fees are charged, client will be contacted for their permission

Samples of Immigration Documents

Passenger arrival lists are among the most highly prized records for documenting an ancestor’s immigration because of the significance of that move, lists were not kept for every ship and some have been lost. The forms used for passenger arrival records weren’t standardized until the twentieth century, earlier records will vary in content.

Early passenger lists typically include the name of the ship, the names of passengers, ages, ports of arrival and departure, date, country of origin and occupation.

20th Century lists include even more details, giving the town or country of origin, and the names of other family members, destination, physical description, and more


Types of Military Documents

In 1917 and 1918, approximately 24 million men living in the United States completed a World War I Draft Registration Card, which accounts for approximately 98 percent of men in the U.S. born between 1872-1900. The total U.S. population in 1917-1918 was about 100 million individuals, so close to 25 percent of the total population is represented in these records.


Out of the respect for my client, I believe that everyone’s family history is personal and confidential. As I proceed with research on your ancestors, a common bond begins to grow. Routinely, it leads me to feel a deep connection, as though I know them. It is for this reason that I do not publish ANY personal information or projects on my website. As a future client, I hope that you will understand and appreciate this courtesy.

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I love archives, libraries and especially finding those historical records that family never knew existed. Contact me if interested in having your own personal family tree created.