All My Ancestors

Order Steps

  1. Review the terms and services; submit a description of your request need.
  2. Complete the Data Sheet and email to allmyancestorsllc AT gmail DOT com or send by mail.
  3. Your request will be reviewed and notified whether your request can be accepted.
  4. If accepted, a Letter of Agreement will be sent for your signature.
  5. 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.

Services Offered

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