Bucklin Family History Research
Records Retrieval and Ancestry Research
If your research involves Bucklins, then we can suggest a researcher who will provide affordable genealogy research
Researchers are happy to take on small or limited jobs. Don't feel that a two hour job might be too small.
They are happy to give you the little push of extra or new information you need!
- Professional researchers know how to look, where to look, and
how to do it quickly.
- The researchers we suggest want to help you
for a reasonable fee; they are not intending to make a pile of money.
It's our researchers' way of adding to Bucklin family history.
Our mission in this
research service is to provide you with documented family
history --- because it will add to the Bucklin Society database of information as a
part of the total product you receive.
The researcher we suggest will search for information on individuals or families on a per hour basis - you
set the dollar or hour limit.
Each family and person is unique, so our researcher will have an initial phone
conversation with you to understand what you want done, and at the same time
give you some ideas of what is likely to be
able to be done in the time limit you set.
Research is done only by
researchers interested in contributing to Bucklin family history. If we do not have
such a researcher
available at the time you inquire, we will tell you that.
Most customers want hourly work done and to pay after the work is done, but researchers do not want to
be unpaid. Therefore, we are available to act as the depository for your deposit on the
work to be done.
Our Society's standard arrangement is that you
deposit $220, which will pay for $55.00 per hour for 4 hours of work by the
researcher. Your excess
deposit over the actual time needed for the job is refunded to you.
See full description of Genealogy Reports, Guarantee, and Charges.
Genealogy is different with each individual; therefore there is no guarantee
of what will be found or the results of the time spent in research.
There are two things that you can do to keep costs down, and help aid a
- Provide the researcher with as much information as you have. Remember,
they are searching on your time. The more information you provide, before
they go "on the clock", the better they can use time.
- Tell the researcher of the sources you have already searched
Mission Statement regarding family history
research: "We are here to help you with history and family history research. Our
Joseph Bucklin Society focuses on the period of time before 1800, with special
interest in New England and the colonial period.