Preserve Your Family History Today!
American Ancestry assists groups and individuals with genealogical
research projects. From getting started to group workshops, African
American Ancestry provides services tailored to your specific
- Professionally prepared genealogy reports.
- Family tree charts
- Reunion booklets
- Affordable rates.
Public Records Search
Most data compiled from the following public records:
- Federal Census Records
- Marriage and Cohabitation Records
- Death Certificates
- Draft Registrations
- Table of Contents
- Introduction/Research Summary
- HIstorical Sketches
- Detailed Descendant Register for each direct ancestor
- Kinship Report
- Pedigree Chart
- Family Tree Chart
- Index of Individuals
- Video recording of oral family history
- Photo retouching
- Digital archiving
Preserve your family history today! As the African proverb says: "When
an old man dies, a library burns to the ground."
Aya (above) is the Adinkra symbol of endurance,
independence, defiance against difficulties, hardiness, perseverance and
resourcefulness. This symbol is a depiction of a fern, a hardy and rugged
plant that grows in and around unusual terrain. Aya was often used by
African kings, worn as an expression of fearlessness and independence.