Denver-area archive research

Local offline genealogy record searches in Denver

Get hard-to-access, obituaries, newspaper articles, court documents, and land records quickly 

What's included?

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Starting at $480

My Denver-area offline research process

Plan

Based on your chosen records and any additional search requests, I’ll create a search plan. This plan will outline the exact records to be searched, estimated timelines, and associated costs. You'll have the opportunity to review and approve the plan before we proceed.

Retrieve

I'll schedule time to retrieve the records (depending on the location of the records, this sometimes needs to be done a few weeks in advance). Throughout the process, I’ll keep you informed of any unexpected delays or challenges encountered.

Deliver

Upon completion, you'll receive a report summarizing the retrieved records. The report will include high-quality copies of the identified documents, along with clear explanations of their content and relevance. I’ll be available to answer any questions you may have about the findings in a 30-minute close-out session.

Are you ready to delve deeper into offline Denver-area records?

Free 30-minute session

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Local archives can contain a treasure trove of information, including birth and death records, marriage licenses, court documents, land deeds, and probate files.

Headstones often contain valuable genealogical information, including birth and death dates, family relationships, and sometimes even biographical details.

The duration of the process can vary depending on the complexity of the search and the number of records to be explored. On average, you can expect the process to take a few weeks.

The research process duration can vary significantly depending on the complexity of the case and the availability of records. On average, you can expect the process to take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.

This service covers local repositories within 30 miles of Denver. If you require research in other locations, additional arrangements might be possible.

All findings, including photographs and transcriptions, will be compiled into a detailed report and delivered digitally for your convenience.

The 30-minute Q&A close-out session is an opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have about the research findings, clarify any points, and discuss next steps.