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There is no minimum (or maximum) charge for research undertaken, so please ask for whatever you want.In addition to searches of our own extensive resources, we can carry out searches in these Record Offices: We also have our unique Wiltshire Indexes, from which we can extract entries for you, at fixed rates.
If you haven't heard from us within that time, your email may have gone astray.A small sample list of sources is given below: Apprentices Army Personnel Bankrupts Bastardies Coroner’s Reports Court papers Directory entries Early census entries Enclosures Incumbent’s visiting books Inquests Insurance Records Machine Breakers Manor Records Names from Reference Books Newspaper snippets Non-conformists Obituaries Overseers Pedigrees Poor Law Union Quarter Sessions Removal Orders Rents Settlement Examinations & Certificates Tax Records Tithe Awards Transportations Wills (mentioned in) If you are unsure about anything, please ask for a quotation, and we will provide you with a Pay Pal invoice.We always search for variant spellings but please let us know if you have any that we might not think of.Most people undertaking Wiltshire research will come to us at some point, but since moving to Devon, we have now expanded our services to include Somerset and Devon from the sources at Taunton and Barnstaple Record Offices.We are also skilled in Probate Research, House Histories, Location Photography, Historical Statements of Significance, and as a local historian, David has researched and published two books on the history of our village here in Appledore, North Devon.Please click the links on the left for details of what is contained in these indexes and our charges for searching them.
You may have read in the North Devon Gazette about our suprising discovery concerning a famous sea captain, Sir Richard Grenville. We have transcripts for all (apart from a small handful) of Wiltshire’s parishes, from start of available records up to 1837 and in some cases beyond.In that case, please try our alternative address: [email protected] regret that doing Family History by phone doesn’t really work for us.This index has been built up over many years, and is still growing.It currently contains about 425,000 entries dating between 1242 to 1900, with the personal names of Wiltshire people from numerous sources not included in our other indexes.After you have identified a Will – you will probably want a copy, and we can help you with this...