FOR THE TIME BEING, I WON’T BE TAKING ANYMORE NEW ENQUIRIES
You can contact me via an online form, email, or phone.
Really I don’t mind how you contact me, I understand people are more comfortable with some forms of communication than others.
Please contact me if you have ANY questions about the service I offer because I want you to be completely happy with the service I am offering.
So here goes, if you like filling in forms please fire away using the one below:
Please note that all searches have to be based on current surnames and not earlier maiden names that will have been changed where ladies have been later married. In order to research into marriage registrations up to £10 is charged by the authorities concerned to find the correct surname.
Please don’t forget to put the full name of the person you are looking for with their middle name if known and also their age. Their last address and how long since you were in touch is also important together with the name of their spouse if married.
We regret that records are not kept on the internet for people under the age of 18 and many are missing for those under 21.
Alternatively, you can send me a quick email please send one to:
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Or why not give me a call sometimes its good to hear a real voice in this virtual world!
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Best to call 10am – 6pm Mon -Fri & 10am – 4pm Sat & Sun
And finally the good old postal service, please see my testimonials to see that this means of communication is very much alive and well …
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Please remember there are no strings of any kind. This is a personal and reliable service run on an amicable basis by a life member of the Royal Engineers Association and I will be in touch for as long as it takes to get a proper result.
I look forward to helping you
P.S. Sometimes the person you are searching for is not in the UK any longer and I will be only too pleased to research in the Commonwealth, European Union and the USA.