ancestry.uk.com is a family history business owned and run by me, Stephen Thomas, an expert professional genealogical researcher with 30 plus years of experience. I answer some of the toughest reader's questions in the Who Do You Think You Are? magazine which complements the worldwide television series of the same name. I answer questions from readers who have hit a genealogical "brick wall" and find themselves in desperate need of some guidance and help with research. Here is a guide to potential Royal ancestry I composed for Who Do You Think You Are?
appeared on a number of TV and radio programmes and series
over many years and have written articles for many
magazines. I have researched thousands of families and
broken down numerous "brick walls". Testimonials available!
family trees and conduct people searches. I undertake
professional family tree tracing and descending family
history, research missing relatives and reunite families
around the globe by way of genealogy searches. I mainly
undertake British family trees which inevitably incorporates
English, Scottish and Irish family history.
The price for this varies with the amount of research required but is based on £15 per hour. I usually say that a round of research consists of about 20 hours of my time, but in reality it always seems to be more!
From my Contact page you can ask me
anything you wish about research, payment schemes or
records. Here is an interview with me conducted by Gloria
Hunniford on her TV show. Genealogyfreelancers incorporated
this into their website and it is reproduced here should you
be interested in my background:
well as the featured products I can turn your information
into a titled
printed pedigree. There is also a low price DIY
Genealogy option which allows you to carry out your
own research guided by me as a personal mentor and tutor.
Use my experience to find out how to ask questions of the
huge databases that can now be found in the world of family
history in a better way. If your ancestor should be in a
particular record he probably is, but hidden by errors and
website also sets out to educate by explaining the origin
and meaning of surnames in their various forms. On the
individual pages there are lists and examples of family
names you may have encountered during the course of research
into your ancestry. Check them out, some are quite
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