Records Research: These are some of the records generally available in Federal, State, county and local
archives within the Washington D.C. area.
- Federal population censuses for all States, 1790-1930 (Note: Most of the 1890 Census was
destroyed in a Department of Commerce fire, though partial records are available for some States.)
- State Archives Census Data
- Military service records State and Federal
- Pension and bounty-land warrant applications
- Immigration and naturalization
- Passport applications
- Land Entry Case Files and Related Records
- Vital Records: births, marriages, deaths
- Probate Records: wills, estates, administrations
- Church Records: baptisms, christenings, marriages, burials, confirmations, cemetery data
- Tax records
- Federal courts data from Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
These court records date from 1789 to 1980s.
- Private Claims and Private Legislation in the Records of the U.S. Congress
Family Research: In addition to the types of records listed above, we can access millions
of family genealogy records throughout the world using the internet and our professional
contacts. Many family histories published on the internet and other sources are not
properly documented with official documents and sources. We can help you document
your research or even continue it if you have reached the genealogy “brick wall” or do
not have the time for further research.
Our labor fees are $32/hour billed in 15 minute increments. Transportation, copy
handling fees are separate and based upon your needs and actual costs
will vary from one archive to another.