Hamilton Genealogy helps people shed light on their past by bringing those events to the present in order to preserve that history for future generations.
SPECIALIZING IN U.S. AND EUROPEAN GENEALOGY
Whether you are starting your family heritage adventure from scratch or have a roadblock in expanding your family tree, Hamilton Genealogy can help you. Many families also have oral stories of their ancestors that have been passed down for generations and we can assist you to find out if those stories have merit. Check out our case studies to see examples of how we have used our knowledge of historical records and DNA results to solve family tree mysteries. To get started with us and get a quote on your genealogical needs, fill out a short questionnaire so we can send you pricing.
BUILD FAMILY TREES
We can help you fill out your family tree. We can build it from scratch or go into an existing tree and fill in the gaps and expand its reach. Using online services and tools, most people can fill out a basic family tree but if you have ever done one, you know it still takes a lot of time. We can also help you create a poster or book to document the findings. A correct family history is a legacy that should be well documented for future generations.
FIND UNKOWN RELATIVES
Many of our clients come to us because they want to find out an unknown relative. Some don’t know one or both of their parents and want to discover them. Maybe a grand parent is unknown. No matter the missing person we can help you through document research combined with DNA testing to uncover who that person is. This can take some time as more and more people get DNA tested, which gives more opportunities to use deductive reasoning to achieve our goal.
PROVE FAMILY STORIES
Almost all families have some type of family ancestor link or story that has not been fully proven. Some involve celebrities, others involve royalty. Maybe there is an interesting story such as a Mayflower stowaway or a an executed ancestor. Perhaps you have always heard about a royal link but do not know the exact nature of that connection. Maybe you would like to find out who originally owned your family land and how it came to be part of your family.