The Key To Your History



1.  An extensive research of the chosen family branch[-es]: Birth, death, marriage and census records, that may contain information about the family and the lineage are reviewed, translated and analyzed. Translations are necessary, since the records in the past centuries were written in Russian, Polish and Latin languages.  Below is one example of the records:

  • This is just one of the examples of death records, written in Russian. This is considered a well preserved record. Many of them are in a worse condition, blurred, ripped, etc.

The information provided by the records contain these details about members of the family:

  • Dates of birth, death, marriage.

  • Names, surnames and maiden names.

  • Locations where family members resided in different periods of their lives.

  • Social status. In some occasions – occupations.

  • Causes of death.

  • Wedding witnesses, godparents.

2. The building of the ANCESTRY CHART, otherwise known as a family tree: a chart representing family relationships in a conventional tree structure. Genealogical data can be represented in several formats, for example as a pedigree or ancestry chart. Family trees are often presented with the oldest generations at the top and the newer generations at the bottom. An ancestry chart, which is a tree showing the ancestors of an individual, will more closely resemble a tree in shape, being wider at the top than the bottom. An example of one of our works is shown below:

  • The size and shape of the ancestry chart depends on the size of the family and the availability of the records.

  1. As a final result we provide:

  • Photocopies [numbered] of the original records [birth, death, marriage, census], relevant to the family lineage.

  • Full translations for the records provided.

  • A table of sources, providing a short explanation for each numbered document and a source in the Lithuanian National Historical Archives or any other archives. The example of table is provided below:

We also provide additional services, depending on your needs:

  • Locating the burial sites for the family – including maps, pictures, coordinates and instructions on finding the location.

  • Searches for single records – if only a specific record/s is required.

  • Search for living relatives, including contact information.

  • Search for any property information [owned lands, businesses].

  • Search for photographs.

  • Search for army records.

  • Visiting the relevant locations for the family, includes photographs, videos, audio and written report about the village/parish/town where the family lived.

  • Assistance in the Lithuanian archives – translator, research guidance.

  • Assistance in organizing a visit to Lithuania and/or desired locations in the country. For example – the village/town/parish where the family resided. This service can include a guide, with a personalized [relative to the family] excursion.

* The prices for all the services are individual and depend on the location where the family resided and the individual requirements of the client. For a quotation – please contact us via email: or by completing a CONTACT FORM