Our Services include these areas
We are digital imaging specialists
and can photograph one or many documents and send you digital images. See our bulk digital copying page
We will also transcribe documents if required.
Admiralty and War Office Records
Asbestosis and Mesothelioma - required service records.
We often provide service records for service personnel or solicitors pursuing claims for personal injury caused by asbestos. We also support The Mesothelioma Group
which provides free step-by-step guidance, veteran support, and invaluable resources and information.
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Australian Convicts Records
starting with the First Fleet.
for Boatmen and Chief Officers who served from about 1809 in the Preventative Water Guard, The Coastal Blockade Service or the Coastguard.
Foreign & Colonial Office Records
General family history research through to full, detailed genealogical records.
Merchant Navy Records.
Details of Merchant Seamen, Officers and Passengers on British Ships.
Metropolitan Police Records
Military and Naval Orders of Battle
in WW1 and WW2.
of Soldiers and Officers discharged between 1660 and 1913.
North America and West Indies Colonial Records
Royal Air Force
Personal service records for Airmen and Officers
RAF Operational records
for WW1 and WW2, (and later, for example, Korea in 1950 & Suez in 1956).
Royal Irish Constabulary Records
Royal Navy Records
for Seamen and Officers who enlisted between c1802 and 1923.
Security and Intelligence
including MI5 (the Security Service), SOE (Special Operations Executive - the WW2 sabotage and propaganda organisation) and Bletchley Park (the codebreaking organisation that later became GCHQ).
Thesis or dissertation
We will undertake research in the National Archives, Kew, or other London repositories.
for Latin, Anglo-French and Medieval English documents.
War Crimes in WW2
including searches of POW Interrogation Cards.
Wills and Administrations
in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
World War One Personal Records
of Soldiers and Officers who served between 1914 and 1919.
Still not sure where to start? Please read these tips on choosing a researcher and determining your research priorities.