Double Surname Research Package

This package is for those who wish to gain a greater insight into the lives of their ancestors. The Double Surname Package focusses on two surname lines in your family tree and will provide you with as much information as we can possibly find about each ancestor in those direct lines. You will receive details of their names, birth, marital details and their deaths, but you will also find out who their siblings were, where they lived and information about their trade or occupation. You may find that one of your ancestors served in the armed forces, emigrated or became the subject of criminal prosecution. In essence, the surname packages provide you with the history of your family and helps bring it alive for you.
You can help us make this report very special if you have photographs of your ancestors that you would like included in the report.
This package aims to provide family history research back to the early 1800s. Depending on your desired starting point it is likely to produce information on approximately four generations. However, Pinpoint Ancestry will endeavour to trace information of your direct ancestors as far as possible.

This package includes:
• A full report of research findings including clear details about which sources have been examined. Pinpoint Ancestry provides details of sources even if they have shown a negative result so that clients know they have been eliminated from the research.
• Transcriptions of all Birth, Marriage and Death certificates.
• Copies of census returns for direct ancestors.
• Transcriptions of census records.
• Copies and transcriptions of all other source documents for your direct ancestor.
• Copy of your family tree.

Cost of the Double Surname Research Package: £500
If Birth, Marriage or Death certificates need to be purchased an additional £11 per certificate applies.
Family History Presentation folder and/or a copy on DVD are available at an extra cost.

The Double Surname Research Package uses the following sources:
General Register Office (GRO) indexes of birth, marriage and death.
Baptism, marriage and burial records if available.
1841-1911 census records and 1939 Register.
Will and Probate documents (where applicable)
Newspaper reports (where applicable)
Immigration reports (where applicable)
Military documents (where applicable)
Trade directories (where applicable)
Tithe maps (where applicable)
Valuation Rolls (where applicable – Scottish records)