Discover your family story with OneFams
genealogy research team.
Discovering your family past is a rewarding and challenging process, which provides a unique and colourful look into our family history. Our team of 20+ professional genealogists will help you find ancestry information located across the world in records, libraries, newspaper articles, family scrap books.
The purpose of our professional genealogy services is to help you breakthrough difficult family tree challenges, extend your research, or even just get started in learning who your ancestors are reach our family history goals. This service allows you to take advantage of the extensive experience, education, and qualifications of our professional genealogists to assist your in your family history and genealogy activities.
Each project begins with a one-on-one conversation with our genealogy research manager to determine your goals and identify where you are with your family history research to date. If you decide to proceed, you can decide which package best suits your needs.
Once the project begins, you will then be assigned to a team of expert researchers with extensive experience in your chosen area of research. Many of our genealogists are experts in particular areas of research whether it be a particular region or parish in Ireland or tracing immigration movements within the United States.
Once you have been introduced to your genealogy research team, you will have an in-depth consultation with your team to agree project goals. Once goals have been agreed, our team will begin tracing the details of your family history.
Your team will be in contact throughout the project to keep you updated on findings. Research periods normally take approximately 6 weeks from beginning to end.
Once research has been completed, you will then be presented with the results, family tree and copies of the relevant records identified during the search period.
With a team of over 30+ genealogists and over 300 years combined years research,
OneFam has the team to reach your family history goals.