WHAT TO EXPECT:
You will receive the standard genealogy tree which includes DOB, DOM, DOD, places of each event, along with other details about each person as such details are available. Items that are found, and that you might receive during my search for your family may include the following:
FAMILY HISTORIES OR STORIES
FAMILY SHIELDS OR CREST
FAMILY NAME HISTORY
CERTIFICATES OF BIRTH, MARRIAGE, OR DEATH
LAND RECORDS AND/OR DEEDS
AND MUCH, MUCH MORE !
I specialize in Woodland Native American Indians; Wea, Miami, Eel River, Piankeshaw, Cayuga, Brotherton, Métis and French. I have had success with many other Tribes such as the Osage, Wyandot, Shawnee, Melugeon, and Cherokee. I have also had success with other nationalities such as English, Irish, and Scottish. It does not matter what your suspected Nationality is, I will be happy to work with you to find your Ancestral roots.
First Session/Search - $60.00 fee for at least 4 hours of research time. For each additional sessions/searches, another $60.00 fee is required.
If you want copies of actual records that I may find, and if they are at a cost to me, you will be required to provide the funds to get these copies plus S&H.
Payment is required by either personal check, money order, cash or Pay Pal. Make checks or money orders payable to Brenda Lindley, payment information is below. Payment is required BEFORE any material will be sent to you, either by email or snail-mail.
Please remember that there are no guarantees in the genealogy business. Sometimes your Ancestors will be found in a matter of weeks, or months, sometimes it takes years, and at times all the Ancestors are never found. However, I will do my very best to find your Ancestors. Also be aware that there are no time limit guarantees.
If you have any questions before we get started please ask.
If you are of Wea or Piankeshaw Indian descendant, your genealogical services will be conducted under the guidelines of the NWTWIT genealogy services. All fees collected will be paid to the NWTWIT. Any compensation provided to the genealogist will be made in accordance with all Federal and state laws and regulations and the bylaws of the NWTWIT.
Bloodline Genealogy Services adheres to the Standards and Guidelines recommended by the National Genealogical Society (NGS) as presented on the Wea Tribe's Genealogical Standards page and the NGS Genealogical Standards publications. This is to respect and ensure your privacy and your rights.
Blood Line Genealogy Service is an private and independant business separate from any business conducted by or through the Wea Tribe.
HELPFUL GENEALOGY LINKS
BLM GLO LAND Records
New England Captives Carried to Canada 1677 - 1760
Native American Ancestry and Indian Genealogy
NA Genealogy at State Historical Society of Missouri
NA Genealogy Links - tons of em' !
Navarre Family Photo Gallery
SFDRSC - Home (French)
The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents 1610 to 1791
Library & Archives of Canada
FrancoGene: Illinois - Marriages until 1799
Genealogical societies located in United States
Early French Families of Detroit (Le De'troit)
Michigan Family History Network
Red River Dumsome families
Red River Valley
Trade Goods - Midwestern Genealogy - History prior to 1840
Indian Census Rolls and Lists
Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940 - Kansas State Historical Society
Indian Land Cessions List of Tribes
Indian Nation Census Records
Early American History 1700's - 1800's
Chickamauga Cherokee Indians - Chickamauga Cherokee Indian Genealogy, Arkansas Cherokee Genealogy, Cherokee Rolls Lookups, Cher