The results of a research project are contained in a report, which includes, as appropriate:
Genealogy of the family
Family Tree Chart
Copies of original documents - (Birth, Marriage and Death certificates, Parish Records, Census Reports)
Additional information, as available, on:
Professional/trades of your ancestors
History of the region involved
History of the time period as it affected your ancestors, eg: ecomomy/epidemics
Sources of all information gained
The following are presented
in a A4 presentation folder:
A4 Family Tree(s).
(Wall Charts can be provided on request)
Group Sheets for
each family group giving details of key dates and events, addresses of the
places they lived, their occupations and any children discovered during
the course of the research.
A Research Report
describing the research steps taken and sources used.
marriage, death and birth certificates, and other documents obtained
applicable census returns - research is conducted from originals (images
are not provided due to Crown Copyright restrictions).
A GEDCOM file can be
provided on request; a digital version of your family tree which can be
imported into family tree software or used to obtain a large print.
Whilst every effort is made to obtain complete details of the person or family being researched, Relative Strangers can not guarantee that the final result will be the total picture. Certain records may not exist, may have missing information or may have been destroyed, damaged or lost.