About The Gene Man

The Gene Man
Genealogical Services and Products

The Gene Man helps you find your people! We are a genealogical research service that specializes in building family trees and finding ancestors. Our goal is to provide the most accurate, affordable, and comprehensive research and information about your family’s history so you don’t have to. Rest assured, the discoveries are fascinating, and in some cases, life changing.

What is Genealogy?

Simply put, genealogy is an accurate account of the descent of a person, family, or group. Genealogy research includes collecting the documented proof that connects one generation, or one person, to the next. On this journey, customers learn a lot about genealogy and their family’s true history. In some cases this takes them back 200 years, or sometimes as much as 1,000 years! The Gene Man discovers documents, never-before-seen photos, letters, and stories about family they never dreamed of. Whether you’re looking to learn about your family’s culture and heritage, or whether you’ve always wondered if that family legend passed down by your granddad is true, The Gene Man can help you unlock those secrets.

What We Provide

Our genealogical services include a number of products, such as:

  • Family Tree Charts (variety of types and sizes)
  • Pedigree Charts
  • Family Photo books
  • Help with lineage society proofs (e.g. DAR, SAR, Civil War, etc.)
  • Full genealogical line
  • U.S. and International Family Searches
  • Assistance with DNA Testing Kits

Ethics and Standards

The Gene Man uses proven genealogical tools and techniques to research ancestral lineage. As a genealogist, The Gene Man follows the high ethical standards used by professional genealogists in the industry. The Gene Man adheres to the Association of Professional Genealogists code of ethics and the Board for Certification of Genealogists Code of Ethics and Standards.

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Types of Documents

Researchers use a variety of sources in genealogy that help prove familial connections. Some of these records and documents include:

  • U.S. Census Records
  • Birth Certificates
  • Marriage Records
  • Baptism Records
  • Death Certificates
  • Military Records
  • Draft Cards
  • Wills and Probate Records
  • Land Grants
  • Deeds and Land Records
  • Naturalization Records
  • Family Bibles
  • Newspaper Articles
  • Obituaries
  • Passenger Lists
  • Cemetery Records and Tombstones
  • Family Photos
  • Personal Interviews
  • Lineage Societies

We offer a number of family history bundles and packages. Explore our pricing and fees for services.