Ireland’s Genealogy & Local History Specialists
genealogy presentation

Let us put your Family History
in a Tree or Presentation

You have a lot of information on your family history. And you want to show it to your family. But your data is spread over many different files, on scraps of paper, in notes and comments. You would like to have a proper family tree.

We can help.

In addition to our research services, we offer a family tree design service. First, we bring all your information together in a digital file. Second, we agree with you what format you would like your tree to be in. We then produce the files you can give to a printer (or optionally, we can get it printed for you).

If you wish, as an additional service, we can “fact check” your tree before it gets printed by checking and adding sources.

Contact us to get your family tree


Apart from designing your family tree, we can also present your family story in various formats, such as booklets, slideshows or videos.



In the example below we tell the story of Edward Smith, who had a difficult start in life and fought in The Great War, but still made a success of his life.

Edward Smith

Edward Smith Booklet


If you don’t want to be handing out booklets, or simply prefer to show your information on a projector screen, we can create a slideshow for you. Below you can view a few slides from a sample slideshow we put together.


We can also create a fantastic video of your family history. This example tells the remarkable story of three generations of one family who all emigrated to the same town in the USA. Imagine being able to show YOUR Irish family history to your friends or family on your computer, laptop or tablet. And bring it everywhere with you, all of the time, or upload it to your social media.

Play Three Generations Video (YouTube)


Contact us to discuss your presentation needs


Examples of our Work

Hassett Andrew Family History Family History
Woodside House History
Family History
House History
Hassett Family Wisconsin Family History
House History