Do you want to know more about your family's history, but don't have the time or skills to do the research yourself?
Lasting legacies are yours from Lineages
America is often called half-brother to the world. As a nation of immigrants, it's not surprising that millions of Americans share an interest in their ancestry. They want to discover where their ancestors lived, the streets on which they walked, the shops where they traded or earned a living, the fields in which they toiled as farmers, share croppers or slaves, and the churches where they worshipped. They want to know the military history of their ancestors, the issues that concerned them, and the events that touched their lives.