Write Family History
As one of the largest genealogical firms in the United States, Price & Associates Genealogical Services assists families to organize, chart, verify, and write family history information.
Genealogical research can be time-consuming and frustrating, particularly when you don’t know where to look. We have friendly, knowledgeable experts with years of experience who can help you write a family history. With over 50 areas of expertise, our specialists know where to get started.
In order to write family history, you need to have the information. In addition to the records found at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, we have international agents who are able to trace genealogies onsite in the localities of your ancestors’ immigrant origins.
Family History Research Services
We offer varying levels of family research service packages to help you whether you’re just getting started, hit a dead-end, or are short on time. Our Beginning Project package will give you enough information one of your family lines to get you started. The Standard Research Project package is our most popular service package, which provides you with 20-hours of research and analysis, a detailed research report, and more for one of your family lines. With the Multiple Surname Project package we search out several of your family lines, and we work on all four grandparents’ lines, or seek immigrant ancestor or ancestral home in Europe with the Surname Heirloom Project package. We also offer Immigrant Search Services to help you find immigrant ancestors who financed their voyage to the New World as (Link to landing page)indentured servants, convict servants, and redemptioners.
Some payments for genealogical services can be tax deductible. Contact us for further details.
Find Out More
If you would like a free consultation, want more information on how to write family history information, or have a question, please call us at 800-288-0920. We can also be contacted by email, postal mail, or fax.
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