Are you interested in your ancestry, but unsure how or where to begin? Perhaps you’ve made some progress, but can’t seem to get any further.
Family Past helps you discover the missing links in your family tree.
Having been adopted as a baby 83 years ago, what a surprise and delight that you found a wonderful photograph of my birth mother. Also wanted to let you know that we are still in contact with my new-found cousin in America. Thanks for all your hard work.
An “off the cuff comment” by my son-in-law that he didn’t know much about his family, beyond his great grandfather, gave me the idea for his birthday present. I had previously used Andy Hawes of FamilyPast for my own family tree and had no hesitation using him again. It was incredible how many generations he … Continue reading Liz & John. Devon, England
I would definitely recommend Andrew Hawes as the person to research your family ancestry. His knowledge and skills give him the amazing ability to find information from the past. I found Andy to be easy to communicate with. He was quick to respond to my emails and kept me informed of progress. Andy provided me … Continue reading Susan Z. Harriston, Ontario, Canada
As a person who was interested in their ancestry, but had no idea how to go about it, this site was a great option. Let someone else do the work! The results given to me were easy to follow and understand. Any further questions I had were investigated fully and the findings reported back to … Continue reading Liz H. Plymouth, Devon, England
I received a Family Tree as a birthday gift, I was so amazed and impressed as I only had information going back a few generations. The tree goes back hundreds of years and spans over so many generations of my family that I never knew existed. It has been done so well, so easy to … Continue reading Dan A. Plymouth, Devon, England
Thanks to Andy’s persistence, patience and diligent research, my family discovered a horde of relatives that no one knew existed. The process of becoming acquainted is underway and has to this point resulted in the first of what we hope will be many family reunions. To say that this discovery and the ensuing process has … Continue reading Deb C. Collingwood, Ontario, Canada