It only takes a little information to begin finding your family history, even if you don't have the exact names or birth dates of your relatives.
You will receive a copy of your family tree file once research is completed. This will allow you to upload it to a free site so you can continue to add information as your family grows, and you can also share the file with others.
Local and International records found during research may include:
Many people have been told they have Native American Indian ancestry. Tracing this genealogy is not like other family trees and requires expert knowledge of how the U.S. government viewed and classified Indians. Eligibility for enrollment into a Federally Recognized Tribe is dependent upon the Tribe's requirements. Finding the necessary documents has been a specialty of Aspen Genealogy since 2005. If you believe you are one of these Native Americans adopted during this time, contact us for specialized research.
Aspen Genealogy has been assisting people in locating their birth parent(s) since 2010, and has been successful in providing the information necessary for reunification. An adoption search for birth parents can be overwhelming, and sometimes all it takes is a fresh set of eyes to break through a brick wall.
Native American Adoptees: Between 1950 - 1970 over 2 million Native American children were forcibly removed from their families and placed into non-Native foster and adoption situations. Aspen Genealogy is honored to have aided some of these people reconnect with their tribal heritage.
Success stories are possible and happen every day.