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UK genealogical research service with Oxon, Berks and Bucks a speciality
Based in Caversham near Reading, Thames Valley Ancestry provides a genealogical research service to clients throughout the UK, with the nearby counties of Oxon, Berks and Bucks a speciality. It was set up by Ken Wheeler, a professional genealogist who has been researching his own family tree for over 25 years.The company undertakes all kinds of assignments, from just checking one entry in a parish register to researching a full-scale family history.Whether entirely new to family history, or already undertaking your own research and looking for some help, or perhaps considering a quality bound report/ pedigree as a wonderful and everlasting gift to a family member, Thames Valley Ancestry provides a friendly, relaxed and quality service.The business offers a range of services, including full family history research, biographical research, tracing of living relatives, palaeography and transcription, consultation and advice on research techniques and specific problems.Records used will depend on the nature of the assignment but may include records of General Registration (Births, Deaths and Marriages), Census returns, Parish records, Probate records, Armed Services records, Education and Occupation records, Migration and Transportation records, Non-conformist records, Newspapers and Trade Directories and many others.Good genealogical research is a challenging task and requires wide analytical and reporting skills and an in-depth knowledge of available sources of information. By choosing Thames Valley Ancestry you are assured of hiring someone who has these attributes and who is properly trained and accredited. Although specialising in research in the Thames Valley area, research is undertaken for other parts of the UK.
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