Genealogical research can be defined and presented in many ways. The study can be about ancestors or descendants. A popular and usually the first carried out research is the paternal line (or any other family line) research as far back in time as possible, using parish records. Typically we can reach early 1700s or late 1600s, depending on how the parish registers start and are remained. Census lists and land title registers allow us to research the family history even further, even to 1500s. Alternatively we can only focus on the information from a single person or a family, and if desired, continue to the family branch of the client’s interest. We can also find living relatives, or we can try to find a connection to a certain known person.

SukuHaku creates an individual database for every client, so it is easy to resume the research whenever the client wants to. We can also include the client’s own photos and heritage in all the reports and charts.

Basic research is made from the parish registers, which include: communion books, children’s books and books of baptized, buried, married and those who have moved to another parish. (If the parish records have been destroyed, we can attempt to do the research using other sources).
From these we can find out: family information, names, dates, occupations, relocations, attending at the Holy Communion, ability to read and write, cause of death etc. Copies from the original sources will be attached to the report, and a short written story of the family’s life will be included.

Research can be expanded and broadened by investigating other sources, as census lists and land title registers, emigration documents, estate inventories, muster rolls, military master cards, war diaries, historical newspaper library (since 1771), historical maps etc.
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