Imagine the thrill of holding a copy of the land grant to an ancestors new piece of land, signing the Constitution, holding political; office, taking an oath of citizenship, marrying your great-grandfather, having a new daughter to be baptized, joining the Confederate or Union Army, becoming a minister, or signing their last will and testament. You may have links to French, Spanish, Native or famous Americans. The ancestors of most Americans have never been researched or documented. A search to find who your ancestors were, where they came from, how they made their living, and where they lived is a time-consuming and often difficult task. Genealogical research is like solving a mystery, as the researcher looks for clues, finds historical evidence, and traces the movements of a family. Will Rogers once said that "Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment." I have over 27 years of experience in genealogical research.
I can attempt to find these documents for you (if they exist). I am experienced in interpreting the information and clues contained in them. Hiring a genealogist is not an expensive endeavor when you consider the years of training and experience that go into becoming proficient at finding the information of the past. Typical documents include census, birth, death, burial, baptismal, wills, probate, passports, naturalization, travel, military, land and tax records. Sometimes photos and family stories are found.
I do not write family histories but can recommend several people who can do this work for your family using the genealogical information I can provide.