The price of a lookup (record retrieval) from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City is only $15.
To be considered a "lookup," the film number, event information, and persons involved must be provided.
Lookup requests usually consist of
a specific record, but may be up to
The price of research from within the Family History Library in Salt Lake City is only $25 per hour.
Our primary focus is to find and access those records needed for family history that are only available from within the world-famous Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City, Utah..
Note: Research and Record Retrieval (Lookups) are available throughout the world.
The price of a lookup from other major libraries and archives around the world depends on the specific record and archive desired.
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The price of research around the world depends on the specific objectives of your project. Our experts will price the project for you and provide you with a strategy at no charge. Free consultations are available.
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