- Review the terms and services; submit a description of your request need.
- Complete the Data Sheet and email to allmyancestorsllc AT gmail DOT com or send by mail.
- Your request will be reviewed and notified whether your request can be accepted.
- If accepted, a Letter of Agreement will be sent for your signature.
- When the signed Letter of Agreement and the initial payment is received, research will begin. Payment can be made online through PayPal or you can mail a check.
Oklahoma Research at All My Ancestors
- Consultation to help you get past a brick wall or even to help you begin.
- Performing family research for you
- Entering your data into a computer database
- Creating a scrapbook type book for you from your materials, or from research contracted with All My Ancestors
- Preparing lineage papers for organizations such as First Families of the Twin Territories (Oklahoma), Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Daughters of the American Revolution, Sons of the American Revolution
- Document retrieval from an Oklahoma repository, particularly within 50 miles of Oklahoma City
- Photograph family graves or homesteads
- Create a map showing the location of a family homestead
- Locate missing relatives, including searching for heirs or long-lost cousins
- Adoptions in Oklahoma City area
- Interview family members and provide a video or audio recording and transcript if desired
- Scan and organize your photographs
- Treat (deacidify), organize, and preserve family documents
Why hire a professional genealogist?
- Between the Census Years: Let Your Fingers Do the Walking
- Finding the Girls: Tracking the Females in Your Family
- Grandpa was a Preacher and Grandma was an Indian Princess: Tracking Family Stories
- What My Grandmother Told Me: Crossing the Plains with the Ball Brothers
- African-American Research in the US before 1870
- Some Genealogy Resources for Multicultural Librarianship
- Genealogy 101
- Finding Vital Records and their Substitutes
- Finding my Indian Ancestor: Introduction to the Dawes Rolls
- Using the Internet without being Overwhelmed