- Email your
query to email@example.com
or post in the appropriate message forum on either Genealogy.com
or RootsWeb.com. Free
consultations will be answered publicly.
analysis and research are billed at $55 per hour. You will NOT
be billed until results can be provided based on a mutually
defined scope of work.
Family Members Contacted! -
Looking for a "lost" cousin, uncle, aunt, or other
family member? If they reside in Texas, locates can usually be
made quickly. However, all locates are subject to personal
verification, meaning you must cite your relationship to the
"missing" family member and the "missing"
member will be notified of your purpose for contacting him or
her. Typically, fees for locating a person will range from one
to two hours.
from Newspapers -
As a secondary source, obituaries are a wonderful source for
information on next of kin and a cameo highlight of the
deceased. Not all obituaries are published, however, so a
search for only one obituary is not cost effective. Batched
along with other requests, obituary searches will typically
cost $15. Before ordering, check out RootsWeb's Obituary
Verified, with photo! -
Where is that person really buried? Gravesites can be verified
and photos taken of the subject tombstone and of those buried
around the subject. Before ordering, check out RootsWeb's Tombstone
Don't overlook a search at the Courthouse for probate
documents. For smaller estates, a probate may not have been
filed. But, if found, the associated documents are a wealth of
information for locating descendents.
Records & Title -
What happened to that house or property? A title search can
provide this information, whether purchased, sold, inherited,