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Legacy Tree Genealogists, Inc.

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  • Starting at $350 USD

Founded in 2004, Legacy Tree Genealogists enjoys the highest client ratings in the world. We are a professional genealogy research company that serves clients worldwide. We are based near the world's largest family history library, with easy access to millions of records, and we also work with hundreds of onsite researchers around the globe. Visit us at https://legacytree.com or read client reviews at https://www.facebook.com/legacytree/reviews



Library Charges
  • Library Subscription prices available on request please contact us for details.
Open Hours
  • Office opening hours are Monday - Friday, 9am till 5pm.
Membership Cost
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TheGenealogist.co.uk is an award winning family history website with access to millions of records online.

Specialist Australian records available as part of our Diamond subscription include Electoral Rolls, Directories, early Census, Almanacs, Landowner records and many more ranging from 1834-1937.


Maps and Gazetteers for India

To make confident progress in British India research, an understanding of the geography and changing place names is essential

Lachlan in Love in India

Lachlan Macquarie saw over 15 years service in India with HM Army, during which time included his first love.

Using Newspapers and Journals in Family Research

A worldwide selection of newspapers have been digitised and made available, some requiring a subscription or readers ticket and others free to all.

The Long Journey to India

Travel on the East Indiamen, by the Overland Route, and later by steamship, and then through the Suez Canal

Probate and Estate Records of British in India

What is available, how to access and use the records.

Census and Census Substitutes in Colonial India

Discover the few fragmentary censuses from 19th century India and what other publications and documents can help provide a picture of where your ancestor may have lived in India.

Which Army, What Rank?

Which regiment was your soldier in? Was he an officer or a member of the 'other ranks'? There were several armed forces under British command in India, this will explain how they related to each other and where to find their records.

First Steps in British India

A workshop session primer for those wanting to know how to start their research into ancestry in Colonial India.
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