Genealogy: the fascinating journey
of exploring your family's roots
Tracing Your Family History
Tracing your family's history can be a rewarding process. Discover the story of your family and where you come from.
The task of tracing your genealogy through historical family lineage can be a difficult but rewarding process. By researching the histories of your ancestors, you can build a picture of who you are and where you come from. There are many resources available to help you in this process, including online databases, family history books, and local archives.
Restoring Family Photos to Their Former Glory
Restoring family photos is a process that can involve many different methods depending on the condition of the photo.
Dust, scratches, and creases are some of the most common problems that need to be fixed. Faded and damaged photos can also be edited to look new again.
Creative Roots has a team of experts that know how to bring photos back to life while also keeping the sentimental value that they have for families.
Preserving Family Documents
One of the best ways to learn about your family history is to transcribe old documents, records, and recordings. This can give you a more accurate picture of your ancestors and their lives. There are many resources available to help you with this process, including online databases and family history books. Local archives can also be a great source of information. By researching the histories of your ancestors, you can build a picture of who you are and where you come from.
By understanding our family history, we can better understand ourselves and the world around us.
Preserving family history is a way of honouring our ancestors and keeping their memory alive. If you're interested in tracing your family's genealogy, get started with The Ultimate Guide to Discovering Your Family History.
“I am from an immigrant family whose name was changed after arriving in Canada. Carol’s research involved historical border changes in Western Europe but found out where my father was born and the reason his name had been changed. This was not an easy task given some policies of the church and province he resided in and clues from researching my mother lead to this discovery. Great detective work Carol.”