SPONSORED: Give Your Ancestors a Christmas Gift with the Help of Legacy Tree Genealogists

by | Oct. 20, 2014

News from Utah


For over a decade, Legacy Tree Genealogists have helped clients worldwide discover their ancestors. For LDS clients, this often means not only discovering stories of ancestors but also gathering names and dates for temple work. Legacy Tree’s LDS clients have been able to take hundreds of names of deceased relatives to the temple, resulting in treasured memories and bonding experiences. 

Jessica Taylor, Legacy Tree president, says she and her staff love this aspect of genealogy. “Seeing the joy and excitement a client feels after receiving what we’ve found is so rewarding. Hearing things like ‘How can I ever say thank you enough,’ and ‘I haven’t felt this good in a long, long time,’ from our clients absolutely makes our day.”

As an added bonus for LDS clients, genealogy research with Legacy Tree may be tax deductible. “We’re partnered with a charitable organization,” says project manager Terra Costin, “which makes it possible for work done for religious purposes to be tax deductible. It’s great to be able to make payments for research even more manageable for our clients.”

Since genealogy work takes time, those who would like to make it a part of their Christmas experience should order research right away. Orders received after November 7th will likely be completed after the holidays. 

Learn more about Legacy Tree at legacytree.com.

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