Genealogical Research

Discover and Celebrate Your Personal History!

Whether you just want a better picture of your family history or the roots of your family tree are so gnarled and crisscrossed that you simply can't sort things out, we can help with the genealogical research services you need. If you're one of the many who are looking to unlock the mysteries of the past, choosing us means selecting quality, professional services that offer you unsurpassed results.

Priceless Help

Shows like Who Do You Think You Are? and Finding Your Roots have only added fuel to the fire for most people. We all have a story behind us, and history is more important than ever these days. It can be tough to find the answers you want on your own, though.

Enter SJR Research. The one place you can turn again and again for care, integrity, and knowledge, we have the methodology and experience necessary to make your project a success.

Our Services

Create a gift your family will treasure for generations to come when you select from our many valuable genealogical research services. Our offerings include:

Don't see what you're looking for listed here? Take a moment to contact us and tell us about your special request. With decades of experience behind us, we'll be happy to customize our services to meet your needs.

Make a Discovery

All of our research is done in accordance with industry standards established by the Board for Certification of Genealogists, the Association of Professional Genealogists, and the National Genealogical Society.

Results are not available right away, as good research does take time and often involves data collection from external sources. Information availability varies by case, so guarantees on the ability to obtain certain outcomes are not included.

Contact us now for a professional consultation.

These last few notes you have sent are great. It is wonderful how you are able to find this information out while living on the other side of the world. The data shows an interesting history for the Traher's in England. Great Job.... It seems surreal that only a few months ago I was hoping to find the names of the Traher's that immigrated into the US. And now we are all the way back to 1763.
Russel Arizona