Family Tree Research Charges
Looking for Fixed Rate packages or Pay-As-You-Go?
Hourly Rate for Family Tree research
My rates are very competitive at only £12.50 per hour. I usually recommend an initial purchase of 4 hours work, but if you require as little as 1 hour that is completely up to you. When I report back on the progress made, you can decide how you would like me to proceed.
There is no obligation to purchase further time, but if you are impressed with my results you may well wish to do so.
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Family Tree Services
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Hourly Rate £12.50
When you are ready to place an order by credit card, click Buy Now button to the left.
You can adjust the number of hours to suit your needs. You do not need to have a Paypal account to pay by credit card.
If you prefer to pay by cheque, please contact me
Fixed Price Research Packages
Prefer to pay a fixed price, rather than an hourly rate? No problem, I have a range of fixed price family tree packages available to choose from.
How to pay for packages
To pay by credit card or by PayPal, use the corresponding Buy Now button above, for the research package of your choosing. You do not need to have a Paypal account to pay by credit card. If you prefer to pay by cheque or by instalments please email me for details. Research will start once the cheque has cleared or payment has been received.
In the unlikely event that I can find no information on your family, the price of your package will be refunded less 10% to cover the initial searches.
Additional Family Tree and related research services
In addition to providing a cost effective family tree research service, I also offer several additional family tree related services, such as
birth, marriage and death certificate ordering,
historical photography, ordering and placing flowers on local graves for overseas relatives,
family tree gift certificates and
free searches of local records of Blitz deaths.
Please be aware that by their nature, surviving family records are often misleading or inaccurate. Many historical records contain illegible handwriting, multiple variations of surname spellings and a variety of errors. Official authoritative electronic databases often contain mis-transcriptions of original texts, particularly where the transcription has been undertaken overseas. For this reason, every family tree research project is vulnerable to the occasional inaccuracy. I make every reasonable effort to verify the findings of my research, however while the quality of my own research is of a high standard, I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the findings where evidence is unreliable or contradictory. If you believe you have spotted a mistake in my research findings then please contact me with the full details. I may, at my discretion, be able to verify your findings and update the family tree documents for you at no charge.