Most web sites that address the topic of Genealogy and Family History focus on providing you with hundreds of different search links to resources leading to hours of frustrating pointless searches. Following those links can mean trolling through, and downloading many useless pages of information.
This is where St Caths.com comes into play - St Caths.com provides a single resource that covers all things related to family history - from starting out on your research, to identifying specific family members and obtaining copy certificates. We do it all for you, our team of experienced researchers handle each request personally and we guarantee the results we supply are accurate.
Why are we different?
Our experience has taught us that although tracing family history is extremely addictive and can raise some fascinating facts - it can also be very confusing and frustrating - particularly for those that are new to genealogy. St Caths made a conscious decision from the outset that rather than providing direct access to genealogy resources it would provide a value-added service by gathering a team of experienced researchers that would search historical records on request. St Caths.com's team has over 35 years in the field of family history and has experience in several specific areas. We regulary consult directly with the General Register Office and Public Record Office to source data at present unpublished.
All the searches that are requested by you our customer are therefore handled exclusively by our team and are carried out on your behalf. They search the records for you ensuring you get fast (some searches are returned in minutes), and accurate results. If we do not find matches we will provide a full list of suggestions on the reasons why a match has not been found.
Our researchers have helped. National Television Research for programs such as Touch of Frost, This Morning, Richard & Judy.
We can help you evaluate which resources are the best to use for researching specific information, how to start planning a family tree, focus on specific elements of family records, and how best to deal with them.
If there is something you need clarified or addressed, you can ask us, and we will get you the answer or put you in contact with the right resource.
experienced researchers have helped countless people with their
quest to trace individuals, and have helped some of them find the
members of their family they thought were lost for good. We know
we can help you, too.