What is a look-up and how does it work?
It's pretty straightforward. You need to find a certain person and prove that said person not only exist but have a place on the family tree, but all you have are a name and/or bits of information. The best place to find solid proof of this person is in a microfilm or book somewhere at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. That's where I come in.
Through E-mail, you fill in as much information, exact or approximate, as you can about the person you're looking for and the type of record the person is in, including the microfilm or book number for speedy delivery. I find what you need at the Family History Library. You have results delivered to you within one to a few days (a week at the most).
Of course, genealogy is a tricky profession. That is why not only will I do my best to find the person's records, I will also deliver copies of the index or the title board and sample of the microfilm/book section the record would have been in, or other ways to show that a diligent effort have been made to locate the specified records but for some reason it couldn't be found. That way we can build on additional clues as to where else the record might be found.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or to arrange a consultation.
Zack Tritsch Look-ups