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Military Research:-

 

At Treehouse Genealogy we don't believe in offering our clients confusing research packages, but prefer to offer our services at an hourly rate of £23 per hour so that our clients can tailor research to their own requirements no matter how big or small the job might be.  

We also offer a free initial consultation to ascertain enough information is available to carry out a search on your behalf .   At this point will also provide you with a research proposal which will estimate how many hours research might be required.

The results of all research completed will be in the form of a professional report and tree where applicable and we will advise on completion proposals for potential further research.   

We can also carry out this service as a gift for a friend or relative so that you can present it them in the format of a lovely presentation folder and printed tree for them to enjoy.

Free Consultation Available

Military Research may involve searching Birth, Marriage & Death records, Census information, Service/Pension Records, Medal Cards, War Diaries, Casualty details, Newspaper Articles.

  

Note:- We may not be able to access all of the above for World War 2 research due to privacy laws but we can certainly guide you into potentially obtaining World War 2 and post 1945 Service Records and even help you to apply for Service & Campaign medals should your ancestor never have received them.

We can also carry out this service as a gift for a friend or relative so that you can present it them in the format of a lovely presentation folder and printed tree for them to enjoy.

Research Locations:-

 

Ideally situated in Central Scotland we are close to New Register House, Edinburgh, The National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Mitchell Library/Glasgow City Archives and various localised archives or Regimental Museums.

New Register House, Edinburgh

National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh

Glasgow City Archives/The Mitchell Library, Glasgow