UK genealogist offering a free familysearch
UK and Scotland's census reports UK ancestor enquiry check. My family genealogy packages include A3 sized family tree charts supplied ready to frame and mount.
I became a full-time British genealogist 10 years
ago, I am based in Denny, Stirlingshire just south of the beautiful highlands of Scotland.
I have an amazing offer running just now free
genealogy records and free census search look-ups click Voucher for how to claim.
I am ideally located to carry out extensive
research of all parish registry records Scottish & British genealogical research, My base is just a short drive to the borders of Scotland and only 30 minutes car drive away from the cities of
Glasgow & Edinburgh and their National archives, Libraries, and Registration offices.
Over the past 40 plus years, my passion for
researching my own family history has allowed me to trace my Hextall family name and bloodlines back over a staggering 850 years. With my oldest family tree member amazingly dating back to around
1150 in Ranton, Staffordshire, England.
I now successfully use my life gained experience
in locating British genealogical source records and old family documents. This priceless knowledge allows me to carry out extensive family research projects. I currently supply quality family
genealogy packages and family tree charts to clients based both here in the United Kingdom and to families from all across the world.
Most of my clients from abroad are 1,2,3
generations expats looking to reconnect their own families back to their British family roots.
My occupation is more than a job of work to me
it's a job of pleasure, fulfilment and satisfaction. Seeing, listening to and reading my clients reactions on receiving their completed family research packages is so amazing and so satisfying to
A quick glance at my customer testimonials will
reassure you of the high quality of my family genealogy research services.
Prior to becoming a professional British genealogist I worked as a
chief engineer and certified health and safety instructor. On taking early retirement I was given the opportunity to spend more time working with my family history and UK genealogy research projects.
For the first couple of years, I carried out free genealogy research and built family trees charts for friends and colleagues before successfully going professional in 2007.