When you work with GEN-FIND, you’re working with:
• Certified and accredited professional genealogists
• Genealogical researchers
• Editorial and writing staff
• Manuscript developers
• Research consultants
• Chartists
• A professional team of administrators

Any genealogy-related work is well within the means of GEN-FIND.

Genealogy: Canada & Beyond

Our genealogical research focuses in Canada, U.S.A., England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Through our network of agents and in-house researchers, we also will conduct investigations in other countries.

GEN-FIND is fully-qualified for any family history research investigation. We specialize in forensic, heir, and probate research for a number of purposes.
• Locating heirs and descendants
• Developing complex pedigrees
• Researching lost or missing relatives
• Finding estate beneficiaries
• Extracting certified records, valid in court
• Developing documentation for judicial proceedings

Our particular emphasis is on 19th, 20th, and 21st century investigations; however, GEN-FIND is capable of extending searches generally back to the 17th century.

Our Mission Statement
GEN-FIND is committed to providing the best genealogical service in the industry, at the best price, within a reasonable time period. No genealogist can guarantee positive results, but we will endeavour to uncover every fact and source that your resources allow. Our goal is to give you the best chance to solve your problem.

No other genealogist firm in Canada can offer the same genealogical knowledge, certification, and resource network that you’ll find with GEN-FIND.

Preliminary evaluations are free. And if you find a better written price for the same quoted service, we’ll beat that price by 10%.

Interested in learning about GEN-FIND’s own history?
Read through our Corporate History here.

Curious to know about the people who make GEN-FIND a success?
Learn about senior management here.

Want to know about the ethics behind GEN-FIND?
Browse the Genealogist’s Code of Conduct here.

New to genealogy?
Here are some facts to know about working with a genealogist.