My sincere thanks for the comprehensive research you have done for me over the last 12 years. The history of my mother’s family would be so very incomplete without the thorough work you carried out in New Zealand, Australia and the United States. Your resourcefulness, attention to detail and prompt attention to my research requests over many years has been very much appreciated. I look forward to our continued association.
Well done, I must admit to being totally satisfied with your most successful research, the amount of information received is far greater than I expected and rather than satisfy my curiosity it has increased it to the point of requiring you to delve deeper, both here and abroad.
Your letter of the 23rd has arrived, reporting your excellent progress in tracing the William Jones family. Congratulations and Thanks. Stone the Bloody Crows – I think you are going to find old William!
I must admit some trepidation as I take this step, but it feels like the right thing to do now. I am hopeful of the outcome… (In reference to Jan undertaking his research -)
…thanks a lot for your help. I could not have done it without you…
Thanks again for the excellent report. What a family – convicts, jail birds, etc. Needless to say this is my wife’s side of the family. The Cooks are entirely different, they just didn’t bother getting married. I am very happy with the detailed information supplied and would like you to continue as far as you can go.
I was thrilled to get your e-mail, the fact that you have found our Adam makes my sister and me very happy… I am so curious to know [more] that I have been waiting for the post in the morning…
Your research is great and you have done a lot of fine ‘detective’ work’… Thank you for being so kind with your time and trying to brighten the day of a stranger. It was very good of you
We are extremely pleased with the progress, on [both] sides if the family. There have been some surprises!
Thank you ever so much for the thorough and professional way in which you conducted the search for my [relative]… my late Mother made quite sure that the adoption would remain a secret…