Family History Services & Record Agent
33, Plymouth Road, Redditch, Worcs, B97 4PX

07746 800484



Do you want to give Auntie Mabel an extra special present?
Have you got the family history bug – but not the time?


I specialise in the Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Birmingham areas but have access to many other records around England and Wales.

I will undertake research in any capacity, be it a short look-up, a whole family tree or help with your one-name study.

I will take great care of your ancestors
in fact –
your family, will become mine……..

The service I can offer is as follows –

will include searching the English and Welsh census for all years, the GRO indexes to provide birth, marriage or death certificates and the National Wills Index. And many original parish registers which can be accessed on microfilm.

Additional local records for Worcestershire, Birmingham and Warwickshire include electoral registers, trade directories, newspapers, cemetery indexes and wills.

And any other original document held in the County Record Offices and Archives.

‘If a document exists, I will try to find it’

I am also happy to supply photographs within my specialised area. Costs for this will depend on the amount of photographs, the amount of different locations and my travelling expenses to each location in relation to my home town.

Do you want your family history organised?
Send your research to me and I can produce family reports with a chart for each individual branch.


To help me make a start and avoid any duplication I will need you to tell me
everything you know, however small and trivial it seems.
Please include all information on certificates in your possession.
Unfortunately it is impossible to give an estimate on cost as some families are
easier to find than others. And it depends where your ancestors lived.
Some parishes are smaller so their records are quicker to search.

Please contact me via the e-mail link at the top of this page to discuss your requirements in the engrossing quest to search for your roots.



© Vanessa Morgan 2010