I appreciated the conscientiously presented reports and insightful recommendations for further research. During my recent trip to England, the highlight of my visit was that Beverley was able to share my meetings with living relatives, one of whom she located through her research links. My meetings with Valerie and Des are treasured memories and have initiated regular long-distance correspondence. I am delighted with the results of the findings and will soon have these written up into a book about our English ancestor. I hope that I will again be able to make use of Beverley’s family research services in the future.
M Hilyard. Rarotonga, Cook Islands. 2007
Quick, efficient research at a reasonable price.
C Willmott PA, Florida USA
The work was done swiftly, in a friendly professional courteous manner, Beverley has also continued to provide me additional support and assistance beyond that required. I would recommend anyone wishing to pursue their family tree reseach to contact her.
A wonderful researcher to work with,very thorough, very obliging all combined with great communication. Everything one could wish for. I very much look forward to working with her again.
Lewis Bates, Somerset,England.
M Whelton, Vancouver, Canada
Beverly totally understates her abilities and her practical qualifications for taking on such painstaking and arduous task as she did for my family. Having been in the United States since 1969 with little Family or any records on hand, we could provide little for Beverly to start with, just some names and rough locations.
Regardless we were delivered a document some 3-1/2 “thick dating back to 1644 which of course we found incredibly interesting. The supporting documents were voluminous and incredibly fascinating.
Beverly was the only company that I contacted in Europe that would provide an estimated budget for our project prior to contracting for the service. Every step of the way Beverly kept us appraised of progress of both the project and its associated costs.
All in all a wonderful experience and we are hoping that we may convince Beverly to take a look at a couple more generations at a later time.
Robert P. Fletcher