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Bernice Bennett:  Retrieving Records from the National Archives I and II

The National Archives in Washington, DC offers the experienced researcher as well as the beginner the opportunity access on-line and original federal documents with valuable information to the genealogist and family historian. I can help you find your family in those documents.

What I can do for you at the National Archives:

  • Find and copy a record
  • Find and analyze a record

Based upon your request I can do the following:

  • Retrieve, photograph and mail a digital copy of the document
  • Search, retrieve, analyze and send via of express mail a paper copy of the document.
  • Contact you via phone concerning findings.
  • If necessary, obtain additional information in other records

To get started with your research, this is what I will need from you.

Type of record requested

  • Name of individual
  • Location (State, City, Township)
  • Year

How soon do you need the information?


My fee is based on the following:

  • Research and retrieval time
  • Review and analysis
  • Digital and photo copying time
  • Mailing
  • Travel
  • Phone consultation


Last Updated June 29, 2016



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