WW1, WW2 & Family Research Company Launches New Website
Experienced genealogist Ann Swabey, launches her new website for Military & Family Research. Detailing all of the services that she provides, and regular updates on recent projects.
Being based close to the National Archives gives Ann the ability to be meticulous in her research, as her numerous testimonials will attest. Military & Family Research has a client list ranging from private clients, to museums, and authors looking for help in their own research. With clients worldwide, Ann has a depth of knowledge to help even the toughest request, and has found answers where others have failed.
Ann's vast experience in genealogy has build a solid knowledge base of sources and contacts, and the skills to interpret data and uncover the truth when information may conflict.
For a recent project involving the Muster Rolls of the 1780's Ann followed one serviceman's remarkable career. No stranger to consulting a wide range of sources Ann fulfilled her brief and more, surpassing what was expected and gaining further recommendations.
Military and Family Research excels in researching Military records, such as Service records which provide details of a mans career and include personal information, for example birth place and sometimes date of birth and next of kin details. Further sources include Operational records, such as War Diaries, Muster Rolls and Medal Records. Ann can also establish whether a man was a POW and provide details.
All stories need to be told and Ann is an expert at making that happen.
Ann is equally as successful with Family History Research whether that's tracing backwards or forwards. Described as diligent and thorough, Ann has access to census records, birth, marriage & death records, immigration & emigration records, wills, criminal & employment records, as well as many others. Ann brings them together and presents them in a professional and cohesive way.
Inherently inquisitive, and with an eye for detail, Ann got into research from studying her own family history, and there she found an added passion for military research. Ann's work in this particular field quickly earned her the status of recommended researcher for the Sherwood Foresters Museum, and also for the Kings Own Scottish Borderers.
With more and more people wanting to know their family history, often trying on their own, and then struggling when they hit the 'genealogical brick wall', Ann's help can clarify uncertainties and solve the barriers being faced, providing more opportunities for research.