Services

We offer a number of services here at the Center, some of which we charge a fee for and yet others are free.  Some of our services are as simple as answering basic genealogy how-to questions to hosting a group meeting or small family reunions to the more complex needs of researchers such as in depth research projects and probate heir research.  Regardless of whether there will be a fee or not we are always happy to consult with you about your projects and needs before you incur the cost.  Please feel free to call or email us to discuss your needs today.

Some of our services include:

 

Research Services

  • Obituary look-up
  • Cemetery research
  • Marriage record look-ups
  • Mortuary/Funeral Home research
  • Land records research
  • other local history research

** Please review our Research Service Fees prior to ordering any of the above named services.**

 

Specialize Services

  • Family History Research Projects-
    This type of research is generally moved to our online family research site where the person who commissioned us to do the research is added as an administrator so they can immediately see and share any discoveries we collectively make.  As an administrator they have the ability to invite other family members to the site to contribute to the overall success and advancement of the research.  The site and details of everything that is added to it are not accessible by the general public.  However, the public can search for names and if a family connection is suspected they may contact the Research Center and/or the family file administrator for possible inclusion in the project.
  • Probate or Heir Research-
    This service entails researching heirs of a particular estate.  This research is often time consuming and costly and therefore not often requested.  Please contact us if this is the type of research you are considering.
  • Family Reunion
    Invite us to attend your family reunion
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2 Responses to Services

  1. Diana Hamburger says:

    Would you have any information about the German Baptist Church that was in Scottsbluff NE? It may have been known as the Salem Baptist Church.

  2. Jenny Ashcraft says:

    Hi,

    I’m not sure if I’m even contacting the correct people, but I have ancestors that helped settle Scottsbluff in the 1890’s that I am researching. There names were John and Mary (Friederika) Fink. I know quite a bit about John Fink, but it is really his wife Mary that I am interested in. Around 1910 Mary left the family and went to live in Montana. I’ve spent 3 years and hundreds of hours trying to learn more about her life. I thought that if I could access historic newspapers there might be some type of information as to her maiden name, family, where she came from, etc. Can you direct me to any source you might be aware of? I’ve searched any online source available and spent countless hours at an LDS family history library and so far haven’t had any success.

    Thanks so much,

    Jenny Ashcraft

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