Common customer questions are answered right here: Where is Research Ancestors Ireland located?

  • I’m based in Belfast, Northern Ireland Will the personal information in my family tree be secure?

  • Protecting your personal information is extremely important to follow url Research Ancestors Ireland. Personal information will not be published. Even if you agree to your tree being published on the internet, it will not include the names or details of living people.
  • Our initial discussion and agreements will include such issues as security, confidentiality, and how we should treat the discovery of sensitive information and internet access.

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  • The response time on each subsequent research period is usually one to two weeks.

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