Texas Genealogists

Melick Genealogists are accomplished Texas genealogists.

Melick Professional Genealogists have expertise in researching archives from Texas. We will provide  well-documented personalized genealogy fact-finding services to discover your progenitors and origins.

  • We specialize in assisting our clients by providing detailed, fact-based information on their ancestry and family history.
  • We supply a paper trail for findings.
  • As a professional genealogy firm, we adhere to “The Genealogical Proof Standard,” guaranteeing  you our family history findings are documented and authentic.
  • Are you not able to find information for one ancestor - preventing you from moving forward on your tree? Our skilled genealogists are able to help.

Our research process

  1. Prepare a research plan for Texas
  2. Undertake the research, which involves contacting Texas genealogical societies, Texas libraries, courthouses, archives, cemeteries, and more;
  3. Examine our data to make sure that our research is precise and up to our rigorous standards;
  4. Reveal the findings and provide the documentation – reports include photocopies of documents and pictures and may include synopses of important information;
  5. If desired, create a personalized family tree

We start our work in Texas. We end the work when we present you with your family’s heritage

Providing Texas family history research services has been a passion in our family for generations. As experienced genealogists, {help you discover|we assist you discover|we assist you in discovering} your family tree so that you better know where you came from by following your ancestry and family lineage.

Missing Heirs and Inheritors Traced from Texas

Our skilled estate researchers and professional genealogists have time-tested skills to conduct full genealogy research to locate lost beneficiaries in Texas. For additional details on tracing Texas missing heirs, visit our website’s lost heirs page.

Texas Genealogy Resources

We have compiled a list of research links for Texas genealogy: