Tracing Your Caribbean Family History
Family History Research is On the Increase
I have been tracing my family roots for over twenty five years. Eventually, people started to ask about their own family roots and so I begun running workshops in my local community and eventually in London, Preston, Leeds and other cities.
It has been said that the average family spends between £400 and £700 per year on genealogy research.
And that doesn't include people who travel far and wide to trace their ancestry. Neither does it include the cost of taking part in DNA testing.
My father in 1959.
In-depth Family History Research
At some point, you may need the services of a Family History Researcher. I can carry out research from a basic level (grandparents and great grandparents records) to a more advanced level (accessing slave records, producing a detailed report and a family tree chart about a family's history).
For more information about this important service, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the various programmes offered and prices, please email email@example.com
Family marriage in 1960s Jamaica.
Family History Workshops
I am available to deliver talks and workshops anywhere in the UK.
As a writer and historian, I know how important it is for families to leave legacies for the next generation.
Many families are now seeking to leave something in writing that can be left for future generations to read and pass on to their descendants.
Therefore, I can also write books about a family's history.
My mother, sister and (don't laugh) me in 1959.
To book a talk or workshop email firstname.lastname@example.org