Frequency Asked Questions:
Who is Genealogy d’Italia?
Why should I make
a Request for a Family Search?
Making a request for a family search is the fastest and easiest way to reach Genealogy d’Italia.
Based on the information you provide to us, we will follow up with a free courtesy call by telephone to get your questions
answered quickly. We know you want
results. Your request for family search will make that happen - sooner than later with no waste of your time.
What is a Request for Family Search?
This is your vehicle to use
that will tell us your intention to beginning or advance a family search. To start any serious attempt
of this kind, you need the earliest possible name or names with a place and date. From this point, we will
proceed with a review of various resources available.
What family information can I expect to receive?
Starting from where you are
with your family information and on your behalf, our preliminary search will allow a review of a number of reliable resources.
To be very frank, the type and number of documents discovered is directly in proportion to the completeness of the
family information. In other words, the more complete the family information available, the more successful the results.
However, don’t lose hope, for even with a family member’s name and place of residence can give you a beginning
start as to (1) promoting a sense of relationship; (2) developing a family tree (2) providing a purpose or “living
What type of documents can I expect from my preliminary Family Search?
Your documents that are found will be printed statistical
information taken from the original document such as birthplace(s), residence(s), other family members, dates of births, marriages,
deaths and perhaps more.
So I paid for this start search, how important to me is this family information?
The family information that we discovered will
allow us to provide you with the following items. You will receive (1) a prepared copy of starting documents delivered by
mail, post paid (2) an written evaluation of the continued possibilities available; (3) a follow up consultation; personal
and up close, when feasible or by telephone or by e-mail; (4) a prepared estimate for the cost of further research based on
our judgment and on the available resources.