C lient Projects
While all clients have a strict privacy guarantee while working with Relative Theory Genealogy some have chosen to allow their project to be shared with the public through my website and social media platforms. No project is posted in whole as these are projects that belong to their family.
Below you will find the three categories of clients I work with. The lists are not inclusive of all projects but rather those who have given permission to share. Click on the project you're interested in to find out who they are, what I do and what their story is. Some links are inactive while the page is being updated.
Step #1 : Assessment
Once you have submitted your background information a free 3-hour assessment search begins.
The purpose is for me to familiarize myself with your request and allows me to verify that I am the appropriate researcher for you.
There will be questions for you to address during this time, as a first research plan is drafted for you.
The project contract will need to be completed and deposit paid prior to the second stage beginning but can be done with the preliminary sign-up.
A preliminary search can take anywhere from 3 hours to several days, depending on your request. Any search beyond 3 hours is billable.
Old Baptist Chapel, Tewkesbury
Descendants of the families who were members of this historic chapel in Tewkesbury, England during 1611 - 1804 are able to claim a full research discount for that specific ancestor.
This only applies to that specific ancestor and does not extend tot he ancestor's household or extended family members, unless they were also members of the chapel during the years specified.
This offer also applies to the families who lived in the private cottages formed in the ends of the chapel. These families must have been the first or last residents of the properties immediately following the 1804/1805 conversion to qualify.
Relative Theory Genealogy works in association with the John Moore Museum and all families must make contact with us to be vetted and qualify for the research.
All research done for these families is done to enhance the history of the historic building. Therefore, informationdiscoverd by Relative Theory Genealogy can be used for this purpose. Information provided by families is owned by them and would require written permission for use.
There is no limit to how many ancestors per each individual / family Relative Theory Genealogy will assist with on this heritage program offer.