Price: 50.00 USD
A survey conducted by Harris Poll revealed the following topics were what U.S. adults wanted to know about the most: ~ Career highlights (e.g., significant work achievements, favorite job) ~ Family history (e.g., genealogy, origins of the family) ~ Life advice (e.g., view on aging, words of wisdom to share with children and grandchildren) ~ Medical history (e.g. health issues common with family members, life-threatening disease diagnosis) ~ Personal history (e.g., childhood memories, dating history). As we grow older we realize the importance of learning as much as we can about our ancestry and passing that knowledge on to succeeding generations. I look forward to being of service to you so that you can determine your ancestral roots and develop a better understanding of who you are and where you came from. Your medical history, your likes and dislikes, skills and abilities, intelligence, etc., all come from your ancestors. Search for yourself using our links, or we will do the research for you. Visit www.mountainwizard.com for complete information. We will be happy to help you on your journey into finding your roots. Gary Mialocq, Ph.D. Terms and Conditions. Genealogy research can be Expensive. Research can be very expensive. Rates may be as low as $20.00 per hour, but could be over $100.00 per hour. The average rate charged by most competent genealogists ranges from $35.00 to $60.00 per hour. Record searchers often charge between $15.00 and $25.00 per hour. Aug 12, 2016 ~~ Hiring a Professional Researcher ~ Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki. Fee Structures. Rates and fee structures can vary among genealogists. Some genealogists simply bill as they work. Others charge a daily rate or a flat fee per project. Most genealogists charge an hourly rate plus expenses. Expenses. Most genealogists bill for the expenses they incur. Common expenses include: Costs of copies of records, certificates, and other documents. Fees paid to other researchers to search records in distant cities. Field travel (auto, meals, lodging). Admission fees paid to courthouses, repositories, and other record facilities. Administrative costs for items such as postage, supplies, and secretarial services. What I will Provide: Pedigree charts and family group sheets. Family histories and traditions. Birth, death, and marriage certificates; obituaries; funeral programs; and so forth. Diaries, journals, old letters, and photocopies of family information. Military records, naturalization certificates, photographs, etc. MY FEES: I like to keep my projects simple and affordable to remove finances as a bar to discovery. For that reason I have created a simple website free of fancy technology and high costs. I will trace your ancestors, research descendants, and search voluminous records. Toward that end I charge only $25 per hour and attempt to keep extra charges to a minimum. You can do the following to control your costs: ~ Gather together as much information about your family as you reasonably can. ~ Break a large project into smaller tasks and pay periodically. ~ Request frequent reports and detailed billings to keep you informed. ~ Clearly specify whether additional services are appropriate and under what conditions. ~ Have other family members help pay costs. If you want a DNA test, one can be arranged through various sources including Ancestry.com.