Genealogy Plus! Jamaica ltd.
Welcome to Jamaica's largest Genealogical Research Firm, headed by Chief Genealogist and
Dianne T. Golding Frankson
Genealogy and Historical Research Plus! Jamaica is a Professional Genealogical and Historical Research firm located exclusively in Jamaica, which has access to the archaic documents housed at the Registrar General Department of Jamaica , the Jamaica Archives, Roman Catholic Archives and The National Library of Jamaica.
We have extensive experience in the retrieval of difficult and hard to construct family histories from a Genealogist with thirty odd years experience on the island.
And many more Advanced Genealogical and Historical Research services provided at reasonable rates
Please contact our firm at any time for free consultations and total project expenditure quotes
A hourly rate is CHARGED, the base start hours allowed for specified projects i.e Will or certificate
collections is 4 hours
The Hourly base rate for Genealogical Research projects is 10 Hours,recommended time is 14 Hours
The Most Frequently Asked Questions
How far do you generally go back?
Generally I go back as far as I can go, each family is different, but record keeping and genealogies in Jamaica can go back to 1655, the date of the English invasion of Jamaica.
For example if I wanted to trace both sides of the family?
Two lines are admissible under the current 14 hour fee, however after that additional lines carry additional hours.
Do you provide a report for us to take?
A Report is provided , outlining all the findings , source of documentation and a Sketch Lineage chart , if you wish me to expand the report further into a book then that would have a specialty fee applied based on the quantity of time it would take to format the book.
Wills and deeds are they included or a separate charge?
Wills and deeds are copied at a separate charge, and are subject to changes that are beyond my control, as they are the fees charged by the institutions and archival repositories.
If I pay for two separate 14 hour segments of research, is that generally sufficient to identify/locate a few generations back?
As long as there are no significant research difficulties encountered this is enough time to yield several generations back, however you would be told of the difficulties encountered in each report.
I do hope I satisfactorily answered all your concerns, and if you have any more questions please feel free to ask.
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