That all depends on how much you already know about your family history. You can find out your ancestor’s European town of origin. Or, if you already know that, you can have your genealogist obtain personal records such as birth, baptism, marriage and death certificates and provide the translations for you. Perhaps you or one of your ancestors has unknown parentage due to adoption or another circumstance – your genealogist will study your DNA test results and historical records to find out more about your biological family. Already have an AncestryDNA® test? Get more in-depth answers about your ethnicity, DNA Matches and more and pass along your complimentary DNA kit to another family member to expand upon your family tree. And finally, if you have already traced your family tree but have reached a brick wall in your research, we can provide you with a detailed list of next steps to take and where to find the records you need to fill in the holes.*
*AncestryProGenealogists will find as much information as possible toward your goals in five hours; however, they cannot guarantee particular results.