Genealogy and History Research

I would just like to say, how grateful I am to Emma for her recent research work on my deceased family from England. I am naive to this study and a beginner at the computer, but with her assistance I accomplished my goals. It is an unbelievable task to take on without professional help, ergo, a sincere thanks, Emma.

WD, Canada

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Emma Jolly at Genealogic provides a high-quality research service for all aspects of genealogy and history.

Established in 2006, Genealogic has years of experience in managing specific research commissions alongside broader history projects. Using her academic training, Emma takes a flexible but rigorous approach to genealogical and historical research. Clients range from complete beginners looking for help with their family trees to experienced historians who need specific information from London archives.
Whatever your research requirements, Emma would be delighted to hear from you.

Based in London, Genealogic has the wealth of the capital's historical resources close to hand. Emma also works closely with a network of fully-qualified researchers from the UK and across the globe, including genealogists in Belgium, South Africa and the United States.

Emma is a member of the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives (AGRA), ensuring she meets the high standards of expertise and professional conduct within genealogy and record searching. Accordingly, Emma follows AGRA's code of practice.

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