We have divided our services into three categories. These categories are Organization, We will Search for you, and We will teach you to search.
Organization Plan - We give you a step by step guide for the most efficient way to record and organize your genealogy documentation. This includes a list of forms to use consistently for every branch of your tree. This works for new family historians and seasoned genealogists.
Genealogy Software Evaluation Plan - This is a up-to-date strategy for choosing the right genealogy software for you. Make a decision based on your current computer system and your personal digital storage practices.
Create a Family History Website - This is a site dedicated to illustrating your personal family research. For an additional fee, we can help you set up advertising on your site where you make money based on the number of visitors to your site.
Publish your Family History - We can help get you started with putting your family history on Amazon to sell in e-book format.
Transcription - We will take old wills and other primary resources and type them up and return them in PDF, RTF or .docx format.
Abstracts - We will take historical documents and summarize their contents, meaning, and historical significance.
Organize Research - This service is for the genealogical researcher who has accumulated tons of pictures, facts, and documents in pursuit of their family history. If you are overwhelmed with everything you have collected, this organization coaching service is just for you!
We will Search for you!
One Ancestor Search - This search will focus on one specific ancestor. The goal will be to locate as many documents, photos, and facts on this one individual as possible.
Create a narrative - This service is based on one individual or on a family group. This service is based on your collected research and facts, which will be converted into a narrative type story.
Photo Investigation - For a small fee we will investigate and provide information on a particular photograph, including analysis of dress, type of photo paper, and other details to help date and identify photos.
Roadblock Investigation - We will research a road block, providing clues to local history, close relatives, and other information to help break through your brick wall.
Roadblock Roundup - This is the most advanced and full-service strategy for solving a brick wall mystery. For a fee, you will have access to five expert genealogists who will all search your genealogical brick wall. We find that every genealogist has their own tricks and search techniques that will often come up with different results.
Home History - This service is designed to help find out the history of a property including date it was built, who has lived in the property, plat maps, and if we are lucky - news stories associated with the property.
Library Look-ups at the Wisconsin Historical Society in Madison - The largest genealogical library in Wisconsin. We can take a trip to the library and lookup information for you.
We will teach you to search!
Internet Basics - This service is perfect for the genealogist who knows their way around a brick and mortar library, but hasn't got their head wrapped about the digital resources on the internet. This will be a one-on-one teaching experience to help you find your way around the best genealogical resources on the internet.
Advanced Internet Research - This service is for more advanced genealogists who know their way around Ancestry and the most common genealogical resources on the internet, but want to learn more about searching databases and the area of the internet known as the 'deep web.'
Roadblock Search Tips - This is a complete checklist to help you use specific techniques to break through brick walls on your own.
State Internet Resources - We can give you an up-to-date list of the best genealogical sites available in a particular state. You pick the state. This is especially helpful for genealogists who need to research in a state they haven't searched before.