I am wanting to get my CBID card (proof of Indian genealogy), but in order to get this card I am required to get the official birth certificates of my Indian relatives and their marriage certificates (down to my birth mother and/or father), as well as any Indian Census records that can be found. Thank You Only someone who knows how to research genealogy would know the answer to that. I would not know where it is found. Researcher will need to be located on American soil, in order to actually visit the genealogy libraries in America
My family (ALL OF THEM) believe that we have Cherokee in our family. I would like someone to get to the bottom of this and find out if this is true or not. Ultimate goal? Find someone in our family with a roll number.
I have ONE 1955 alpha-numeric phone number in New York (probably one of the 5 Burroughs) for which I am seeking any documentation wherein the identity of its owner is found. I require a copy of any official documentation containing this information, such as a page from a City Directory, Phone Book, Phone Company listing, Lexus-Nexus search result, etc.
I need someone who lives in, or would be willing to travel to Belfast, Ireland, to conduct a research project at the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland. There are approximately 220 documents that I need someone to take pictures of in high enough quality that they are legible. I would appreciate the delivery of those files in a single PDF file, but if that's not possible that's okay. I would require the individual photo files to be shared with me electronically. I will provide the reference and call numbers for the documents I need, so that should save you some time. I look forward to your quote. Thank you, Lance